Amber Carrington At Grand Ole Opry
Born in Fort Worth, Texas, Amber Carrington is an American country music artist who gained fame as a semi-finalist on Season 4 of NBC’s The Voice, where she finished in the Top 5. Amber’s family moved to Rockwall, Texas, when she was nine, and it wasn’t long after that she started singing in public. She began singing in church with her father, then took up singing in school, and later started sharing the stage with her grandfather, a long-time musician himself.
In 2011, the year she graduated high school, Amber won the talent contest at the Big D Opry at Gilley’s in Dallas, and in 2013, she took first price at Rockwall’s Got Talent. She was invited to Los Angeles with sing with Katharine McPhee and Kenny G., and while she was there, she was accompanied by music producer and performer David Foster.
Amber auditioned for TV talent show The Voice for Season 3 and then again for Season 4, progressing all the way to the semi-finals. Proving her vocal versatility, Amber performed a wide range of songs from various artists, like Adele’s “Skyfall,” Katy Perry’s “Firework,” Patsy Cline’s “Crazy,” and Kelly Clarkson’s “Breakaway.” On the show, she had the opportunity to sing alongside country music’s Lady Antebellum as well as her coach Adam Levine.
Currently living in Nashville, Amber became an American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers songwriter, and she is hard at work recording her first EP with all original material.