Amanda Shaw - Yes I'm That Kinda Girl EP (Private)

by Amanda Shaw

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AMANDA SHAW
At 24 years old, fiddle player and singer, Amanda Shaw is part of the new breed of young, roots-based musicians (i.e., Lumineers, Mumford, Ed Sharp, Old Crow Medicine Show, Alabama Shakes) who have embraced both traditional sounds and pop sounds of the mainstream. Her roots lie in Louisiana, mixing her classically trained violin playing with Cajun dancehall melodies and vocals that drip sweet cherry pie and southern girl grit. Her love of Dolly Parton and Shania Twain reflect in her girl-powered sexy, sassiness of her performances, her witty lyrics and her fashion statements.

In 2014 she recorded new songs teaming up with Matthew Gerrard (Kelly Clarkson), Vince Pizzinga (Delta Goodrem), and New Orleans native, Gina Forsyth. Legendary musicians, George Porter, Jr and Chubby Carrier are featured on the EP produced by Steve Shebby (Avril Lavigne, Lindsey Stirling) and mixed by Ken Lewis (John Legend, Kanye, Eminem, Jay-Z).

Amanda Shaw is an authentic artist who has been recording and touring internationally since she was eight years old. She has recorded four critically-acclaimed albums, won a Big Easy Award for Best Female Entertainer and has had feature roles in several movies including the MacGillivray-Freeman’s IMAX film “Hurricane On The Bayou.”

“A Good Southern Girl with a Hot Cajun Fiddle”

“Shaw is an amazing talent…She puts a distinctly modern twist on blistering Cajun fiddle music.”

As a live performer, Amanda has toured internationally with her band and as guest performer for such events as Super Bowl, Mardi Gras, The Saints Games, Louisiana Tourism Board and many festivals and venues including Nola Jazz Fest, Hardly Strictly Bluegrass SF, Montreux, Bay Bridge, St Louis, Crawfish Fest NJ, Oyster Fest, SD, San Jose Jazz Fest, Grass Valley WorldFest, Britt Fest, Bourbon Street Festivals in Rio, Sao Paulo Brazil, Orpheum, Sioux Falls; Mohegan Sun, CT; The Chapel, SF; Tipatina’s, NOLA, Les Schwab, Cuthbert, OR, toured domestically and internationally - Michael Franti & Spearhead, Cindy Lauper, Charlie Daniels, Delbert McClinton.

“Amanda Shaw has already spent much of her life as a major star in her native Louisiana, the state government named her the Emerging Cultural Leader.. She is refreshing and relatively novel.”

“From the time Amanda walks on the stage for a sound check, even before she begins to play you can feel the excitement in the air.”


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released 15 June 2014

TRACK LIST:

1. Crazy ‘Bout My Boy (feat. George Porter Jr)
2. Adieu Rosa
3. Busy Body (feat. Chubby Carrier)
4. Don’t Treat Me Like Your Woman, If You Can’t Act Like My Man
5. Red Plastic Cup
6. Should I Stay Or Should I Go

Produced By Steve “Shebby” Ruchelman
Mixed by Ken Lewis

“Should I Stay Or Should I Go” and “Adieu Rosa” Produced By Amanda Shaw.
Recorded at Fudge Studio, in New Orleans by Jack Meile.

“Red Plastic Cup” Produced By Matthew Gerrard.
Recorded and Mixed by Brian Allison and Matthew Gerrard.

Mastered By Brian “Big Bass” Gardner at Bernie Grundman Mastering, Hollywood, CA.

All songs Performed By Amanda Shaw & The Cute Guys
The Cute guys are Tim Robertson – Guitars / Mike “The Diva” Barras – Drums & Percussion / Ronnie Falgout – Bass

1. Crazy ‘Bout My Boy (feat. George Porter Jr)
Written By Gina Forsyth
Published By Little Blue Dot Music (BMI)

Performed By Amanda Shaw and The Cute Guys
Bass – George Porter, Jr
Dobro & Banjo – Drew Taubenfeld

2. Adieu Rosa
Written By Dennis Mc Gee, SR (BMI), Sady Courville
Published By Flat Town Music Company
Performed By Amanda Shaw and The Cute Guys

3. Busy Body (feat. Chubby Carrier)
Written By Amanda Shaw and Matthew Gerrard
Published By Little Fiddle Music (ASCAP), M Gerrard Music (ASCAP)

Performed By Amanda Shaw and The Cute Guys
Chubby Carrier - Accordion

4. Don’t Treat Me Like Your Woman, If You Can’t Act Like My Man
Written By Amanda Shaw, Vince Pizzinga and Keely Hawkes
Published By Little Fiddle Music (ASCAP), Vince Pizzinga - Control, APRA (CAE/IPI - 277930724), Keely Hawkes Publishing (PRS)

Performed By Amanda Shaw and The Cute Guys

5. Red Plastic Cup
Written By Amanda Shaw and Matthew Gerrard
Published By Little Fiddle Music (ASCAP), M Gerrard Music (ASCAP)

Performed By Amanda Shaw and The Cute Guys
Mandolin – Joe Nelson

6. Should I Stay Or Should I Go
Written By Geoffrey Michael Jones and John Mellor
Published By Nineden LTD (PRS)/Universal Polygram Intl

Performed By Amanda Shaw and The Cute Guys

Produced By Steve “Shebby” Ruchelman
Mixed by Ken Lewis

“Should I Stay Or Should I Go” and “Adieu Rosa” Produced By Amanda Shaw.
Recorded at Fudge Studio, in New Orleans by Jack Meile.

“Red Plastic Cup” Produced By Matthew Gerrard.
Recorded and Mixed by Brian Allison and Matthew Gerrard.

Management:
Catherine Enny
Guerrilla Management
2180 Bryant St #206
San Francisco, CA 94110 USA
Telephone: (415) 865-2170

Legal:
Edgar D. Gankendorff
Provosty & Gankendorff, L.L.C. 

650 Poydras Street, Suite 2700
New Orleans, LA 70130 

Telephone: (504) 410-2795

Recorded At (need names of Various Studios…)
*Chubby Carrier appears courtesy of Swampadelic Records www.chubbycarrier.com
*George Porter, Jr appears courtesy of www.georgeporterjr.com

© & ℗ 2013 Little Fiddle Music

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Amanda Shaw New Orleans, Louisiana

Amanda Shaw commands attention with her poignant & rhythmic sounds that only a Louisiana prodigy could deliver. The New Orleans native is a pioneer of the new breed of young, roots-based music. At 24, she is a powerful international touring artist, has recorded 3 critically-acclaimed albums, won the Big Easy Award for Best Female Entertainer, roles in films including IMAX “Hurricane On The Bayou.” ... more

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