Amanda Jean Wourms is an award-winning Canadian singer-songwriter who is best known for her vocal versatility and songwriting skills within the music industry. She writes & records in a variety of musical genres, reaching artists such as Tim McGraw & Faith Hill, Tiesto, High Valley, Freedo, Delove, Zeper, Rachel Woznow, Ann Sophie and many others.
Amanda Jean has co-written & recorded with several music industry professionals including: Marc Mdoc Williams (Madonna, Janet Jackson, Kelly Rowland), John Dexter (Carly Rae Jepsen, Chicago, Bif Naked), Ron Irving (Michael Bublé, Anne Murray, Terri Clark), Mike Rogerson (Goo Goo Dolls, Green Day, Blake Shelton), Geoff Hicks (Aaron Pritchett, Colin James, Barney Bentall), Gregg Bolger, Clint Curtis, and many others.
Amanda Jean grew up in the small town of St. Walburg, Saskatchewan. She was put into piano lessons at the age of 5, and quickly developed a passion for music & songwriting. At 15-years-old, she began playing shows across western Canada. Amanda Jean has opened for artists such as Gord Bamford, George Canyon, Jessie Bridges, The Modelos, and others.
At 17-years-old, Amanda Jean represented Canada at The World Championships of Performing Arts in Los Angeles, CA, where she was a gold-medalist for best songwriting and Contemporary Pop vocal performances. There, she met award-winning producer Marc Mdoc Williams (IndaSoul Entertainment) who recorded her first 5-song EP. Her single "Beautiful" was her first song to hit western Canadian country radio stations in 2009.
Amanda Jean studied Audio Engineering and Music Production at SAE Institute Vancouver (formerly known as Harbourside Institute of Technology), graduating with a diploma and Pro Tools 101, 110, and 130 credentials. She currently resides in North Vancouver, BC, where she raises her daughter and continues to write & record music with her partner, Mike Rogerson.