September 6, 2018

Greetings!

Thank you to all who made my musical adventure through the Midwest a success last month. 

I'm back in the Sonoran desert and just finished a full schedule of shows and am working on writing for two song commissions and a holiday album. More to come about this soon.

It's because of all of you that I can continue to create music and live from my heart. Thank you for making it possible. 

Amber
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Check out the Take It Higher song and video commission I recently released. We'd be honored if you'd like to help us rebuild lives through education by donating to the Multanen Legacy Scholarship Fund.

May we all dig deep within our hearts amidst the trials and tribulations of life, tap into our inner "SISU" to stay the course, "be the love we came here to be" and "Take It Higher." 

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Read Amber's interview and story in Natural Awakenings magazine:
Amber Norgaard: Tucson's Folk-Rock Goddess

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Previous events

Amber & Sabra Unity Concert Series Featuring Doña Oxford!!!

Unity in the Valley, 17630 S. Camino de Las Quintas, Sahuarita, AZ 85629

Sabra Faulk and Amber Norgaard are very excited to announce that Doña Oxford will be their special guest at the Unity in the Valley Concert Series show on September 14th. Doña's boogie boogie, blues and R&B piano and vocal talent is unsurpassed. Doña Oxford is a producer, composer, songwriter, coach, and performer. As a keyboardist Doña has played with Keith Richards, Van Morrison and Buddy Guy to name a few. She has performed with her idol, former Chuck Berry pianist, Johnnie Johnson. Doña has toured in over 23 countries, has recorded 5 solo albums and played on numerous Grammy and Emmy winning albums, TV shows and movie scores. She has over 5 million hits on YouTube with her ‘Boogie Woogie” performance, which resulted in Doña becoming a worldwide sensation. We are SO EXCITED to have Doña with Sabra and Amber at Unity and would LOVE for you to join us!!!

Sep10

Amber Norgaard Featured Guest at Network of Extraordinary Women Luncheon

Vivace Restaurant, 6440 N. Campbell Ave., Tucson, AZ

Join us to learn how Amber Norgaard uses music as a healing art and instrument for social change at the NEW Luncheon. RSVP by Sunday, September 9th. Cost: $32 and includes a delicious meal, a beverage along with a yummy desert (includes tax and tip). For questions regarding registration, please contact Jennifer at: askforjenn@gmail.com or text 773-355-1208 .

Described as “poet, peace-warrior, healer” (Tucson Lifestyle) and “Tucson’s folk-rock goddess” (Natural Awakenings), Amber Norgaard is known for her passionate vocal/piano/guitar delivery, eloquent lyrics and graceful melodies that inspire hope. Growing up on an Iowa farm, Amber had a calling to be of service to the world. After graduating from Creighton University College of Nursing, she set off to do volunteer work in the Dominican Republic and Oregon. Eventually, she settled in southwestern Alaska working as a registered nurse. For six years, she lived 400 miles off the road system and was immersed within the indigenous population. It was here that she learned to use music as a source of connection to transcend language and cultural barriers. This discovery was what led her to pursue her passion—using music as healing art to foster compassion, spirituality and promote positive social change. She has released five full-length albums and multiple singles, toured nationally, opened for Judy Collins, Kenny Loggins, and Michael McDonald, received accolades for her songwriting, written songs for multiple non-profit organizations and film projects, and speaks at universities and organizations on "Music as a Healing Art and Instrument for Social Change".

Network of Extraordinary Women (NEW): Our mission is to link a diverse group of women, by collaborating, supporting and sharing information that impacts our lives. We are looking forward to seeing you!

6th Annual Monsoon Concert at Desert Hills!

Desert Hills Lutheran Church, 2150 S. Camino Del Sol, Green Valley, AZ 85622

Celebrate summer at the 6th Annual Monsoon Concert with some of Southern Arizona's finest musicians. It is sure to be an incredible evening filled with an eclectic lineup of personalities, songs and musical styles.

So come in from the heat and rain and join us for a phenomenal evening of music and celebration!

The concert is sold-out; however, you can call Desert Hills at 520 648-1633 and ask to be put on a waiting list in case tickets become available.

Amber Norgaard Band at Palomino Nights Concert Series!!

Plaza Palomino, 2960 N Swan Rd, Tucson, AZ 85712

Presented by Palomino Nights, Amber Norgaard brings her full band featuring Doug Floyd (electric guitar), Jay Trapp (bass) and Ralph Gilmore (drums) to Plaza Palomino's Palomino Nights concert series for a concert under the stars! Come dine out at a Plaza Palomino restaurant or shop at any of the plaza's stores and save the receipt to get into the concert for free! Otherwise, the $10 entry benefits the Gospel Rescue Mission homeless shelters of Tucson. Thank you for supporting local merchants, restaurateurs, musicians and charities! https://plazapalomino.com Phone: (520) 326-2200

Amber Norgaard Concert at The Gathering Place!

Rantoul First United Methodist Church, Corner of Marshall ST. & Rt 136, Rantoul, IL

Amber & Sabra Concert: The Music That Made Us

Unity in the Valley, 17630 S. Camino de Las Quintas, Sahuarita, AZ 85629

Amber Norgaard and her musical co-inspirer Sabra Faulk are teaming up to deliver an evening of original music mixed with songs by artists who have influenced their music and songwriting. Give yourself some "listening room" and join in Unity's intimate listening space for a fun evening of song and story!

RAISE ME UP

Watch Amber's "Raise Me Up" video inspired by the stories of the horses, produced by Marcus De Leon and filmed on site at Equine Voices Rescue & Sanctuary

YOUR LOVE IS

Watch "Your Love Is" - a Mother's Day Tribute video and song commission honoring the maternal figures who no longer walk in the physical.