Amber...when did you receive your calling to a music career? Were you on duty as a nurse or on stage somewhere? You did great Sunday at DHLC in Green Valley
Thank you!! I TRULY enjoyed the concert at DHLC on 10/3.
Wow...that's an interesting question. I don't feel like it happened at one particular moment. Passion for music has always been in me, but it took time for me to come to terms with pursuing a career that was "out of the box". I pursued a nursing degree because I loved science, working with people, and wanted to do something to help humanity. I didn't realize I could do it through my passion in music. After I began my career in nursing, I began to incorporate song into what I did, particularly in community health settings. That's when I started to understand the power of music-how it unifies people, transcends judgment, and ultimately leads to "healing". I slowly got the courage to perform my original songs publicly. It was the combination of these two things that led me to eventually take a leap and live my passion fully. I feel extremely grateful to be pursuing a career in music.
Amber, How excited are you to be opening for Judy Collins in October? Springfield has been "Overtaken" by you, and it feels so good!Amber Norgaard responded on 10/15/2010 Next question
Have you ever performed at the Michigan Womens Music Festival? If not, would you consider it in the future?Amber Norgaard responded on 06/09/2011