Vocalist/songwriter Amanda Marshall started her music career early, performing in choir and using in the music group at school, in addition to playing your guitar on her behalf own. Right from the start, Marshall understood she wished to be considered a performer; at age 17, the Toronto indigenous went to find fellow Canadian musician Jeff Healey in a close by club. After conference him backstage and informing him of her need to be on-stage, Healey decided to play an open up mic evening with Marshall; he was impressed more than enough with her functionality that he suggested her to start out searching for bandmembers and begin gigging at little clubs. She adopted his suggestions and soon experienced a local pursuing, due not merely to her skill however the novelty of her youngsters. Healey intervened once again, offering her an area on the next U.S. tour. This chance led to an archive deal, which led to her 1996 self-titled debut recording. Amanda Marshall’s gritty, soulful audio was popular, especially in Canada, where it proceeded to go platinum many times over. Her second recording, 1999’s Tuesday’s Kid, featured even more songwriting insight from Marshall, in addition to collaborations with prominent songwriters like Eric Bazilian and Carole Ruler.