Amanda Ayala is a pop/rock singer from New York. She made her first major music breakthrough as a contestant on NBC's Emmy Award winning show "The Voice”. Her first performance on the show was a rendition of “Mississippi Queen”
by Mountain turning 3 out of the 4 judges chairs.
Adam Levine, Pharrell Williams, and Blake Shelton
competed with one another to get this talented artist on their team. Blake Shelton praised her raspy vocals while Pharrell loved her “beautiful tone”. With much deliberation, Amanda chose Team Adam. Throughout the process of being on “The Voice”, Amanda was able to work with the legendary John Fogerty on "The Voice". Her performances garnered attention from stars such as Leslie West and Brad Paisley
. Her singles “Mississippi Queen” and “Edge of Seventeen” debuted within the Top 100 iTunes Rock Chart, which is a major milestone for an upcoming artist. Her rendition of “Mississippi Queen” has also reached over 1.2 million views on and counting on YouTube.
Amanda was most recently appeared with her band on AmazonPrime's Television show “Who Will Rock You?”
Besides working with iconic musicians and producers on “The Voice”, Amanda has worked with Grammy Award winning producer, Earl Cohen (most notable for his work on the album “FAME” by Lady Gaga) where they recorded backing and duet vocals for an upcoming song.
Amanda’s first single “Her.” was released in 2017 and debuted on several radio stations ranging from New York to Florida. Her music video for the single was released in February of 2017 through an official Vevo account.