is a treasured member of Nashville’s creative community and a star on
the rise. Born in Ghana, she moved with her family to Nashville when she
was 3; her musical gifts emerged soon after.
She has one of the most
varied resumes of any Nashville performer, having sung with everyone
from the Nashville Symphony Chorus to Kelly Clarkson to Alabama Shakes’ Brittany Howard to Jack White — Amanfu was a member of White’s all-woman band, The Peacocks, and duetted on his hit “Love Interruption.”
Her most recent solo album is 2015’s Standing Still, which included her version of Brandi Carlile’s “Shadow On The Wall,” featured on the new Carlile tribute album Cover Stories.
For this set, Amanfu is joined by Jeremy Fetzer and Spencer Cullum, Jr., otherwise known as Steelism
— a guitar and pedal-steel duo known as a secret weapon for myriad
Nashville artists and for its own recordings, including the album ism, out June 23. [Read More]