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Lettin' It Go Tonight

by Amanda-Thecla Jordan

Amanda-Thecla Jordan writes her music from the heart.
Genre: Country: Contemporary Country
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Amanda-Thecla Jordan is a Canadian teen, singer, songwriter, vocal instructor, actor, and model from a small, rural town Rideau Ferry which is near Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Her original songs are being played on Y101 radio and in the UK on Champion Radio. In 2013 /14 she was one of the “Ottawa Idol’s” Top Ten Winners and has been referred to as our Rural Songbird by local papers. She turned 18 in March, and is so dedicated to music that she traveled four hours every day for the last four years to attend Canterbury High School ‘s Vocal Program in Ottawa Canada where she audition and was accepted. She also studies the Royal Conservatory of Music and will be writing her grade 8 vocal exam very soon. Amanda recently auditioned for and was accepted into the prestigious Singer Songwriter Program at Carleton University in Canada’s Capital, Ottawa. Only ten students where accepted into this very specialized program for September 2014 entrance.

Amanda-Thecla has been singing since she was extremely young. At age eighteen months her caregiver was so surprised to hear her singing “Nobody Knows the Trouble I’ve Seen” as she held onto the side of her crib. After some research it was found that this song was on her nursery rhyme tape that she listened to it each night, while going to sleep. Amanda-Thecla’s family never did find out what was troubling her but it was clear she was, indeed, a singer. At age two she was singing the National Anthem, “Oh Canada”, in the arms of her grandfather at a political picnic. At age five she sang and danced at the Chateau Laurier in downtown Ottawa for Christmas banquets, and in street festivals at our country’s capital.

Most recently Amanda-Thecla was cast as an actor/singer in the movie “Killing Daddy” aka “A Daughter’s Revenge” where she sang and played her guitar for two of her originals songs. The movie stars Elizabeth Gillies from “Victorious” the American sit com and was produced by Curtis Crawford of NB Thrilling Films and was released in July 2014 on the American Lifetime Channel. The movie company bought two of her original songs. Amanda-Thecla recently was also the co-host and a performer in Cogico’s Talent series called Music Volume which aired in 2014. Cogico has asked Amanda-Thecla to co-host the next six series as well and to perform in the series which features local songwriters. She has performed for CTV’s Cheo Sick Children’s Telethon for four years as well as as Cogico’s Palliative Care telethon where she performed a live 30 minute solo set each year. Amanda-Thecla practiced weekly with the Ottawa Idol stage band this year and performed at Algonquin College and Villa Lucia Restaurant. She also auditioned and was part of the Talent Nation’s Industry Level Showcase at the Centerpoint Theatre in Ottawa this spring. She has performed at the Wild Wing Cafe in Nashville in the Singer/Songwriter workshop produced Susan Gabrielle and also performed in the Cable TV show called “Spotlight on Nashville.” which is produced by Mike Jennings. While in Nashville she performed at the Bluebird Café open mic evening, and made a music video. This summer she is performed at the Montague Rural Ramble in Smiths Falls Ontario.

Amanda’s original music cultivates awareness for various social causes, such as teen mental health, disabilities, and teen relationships. She has written a song for a group of young teen girls who suffer from Scoliosis called “Got Your Back Always”. Her second last original is about creating awareness and sensitivity towards teens who suffer from depression or other mental illnesses and this song is called “Breathe Easy.” This powerful song portrays the importance of providing support to our friends in need. Amanda-Thecla has also written an original about the dangers of unhealthy teen relationships and this original is called “Sad List”. She is influenced by musicians like Danielle Bradberry, Hunter Hayes, Rascall Flats, Miranda Lambert, Kira Isabella and Casey Musgrave and Brea Lawrenson, and Adrienne Taylor.

Contact: Home 613-283-0693 Canada, Cell 613-407-3022 Youtube Amanda-Thecla Jordan



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