‘Amba's beautiful melodies and engaging energy make for a truly captivating experience, Amba breathes life and honesty into her soulful performances through her very honest lyrics and vocals’
- Jess Turner, Sofar Sounds
Soul singer Amba Tremain has been a firm fixture on the gig scene for 20 years. Be it fronting classic soul show band 'The Soul Session' or providing backing vocals for legends such as Boy George and Eva Cassidy. Amba's introduction to the music industry began in 2001 when she won ITV's 'This is my moment, hosted by Spice Girl Mel B. Since then she has played thousands of gigs, provided vocals for past and present superstars, appeared on over 200,000 playlists worldwide with her covers band 'Blame Jones', (who can be heard on TV shows such as Love Island, Greatest Dancer, Strictly Come Dancing spin off 'It takes two') and she has enjoyed recognition for her own music by BBC introducing and radio stations worldwide.
Amba was also a featured 'good' singer on BBC1's 'I can see your voice' season one.
A lover of funk, soul, RnB and blues, Amba's music is full of depth, passion, heartache and 'killer chords'. The Singing Soulstress from the South Coast mixes brand new music with old school vibes, creating songs that have the power to transport you back in time. With a heavy dose of commercial blues and RnB thrown in, there are influences of Aretha and James Brown spliced with Alicia Keys and Amy Winehouse, adding in some classic soul. Whether she's out acoustically or with her full band, Amba delivers a huge, unadulterated soul show and packs a real punch with her vocals. Her songs are true stories about passion, love, heartbreak and honest feelings, some will even move you to tears. Catch her now, before it’s too late…
'Real Soul, festival bookers should snap this show up while they can afford to.
Powerhouse doesn't describe the half of it' - Mark Ede BiG i AM Promotions.
‘So much soul in her voice, so powerful, this song is a proper earworm and will totally stay in your head.
This track really shows off her vocals and what a powerhouse voice she has' - Steph BBC introducing Solent.
'I predict here and now that this lady is destined for big things. Her name is Amba Tremain.
Write it down, find out where she's playing, buy a ticket and be prepared to be blown away' - Tony Cole Photographer
'Hey, you promoters out there, book her before you can't afford her' - Verd Nabbs Echo Hotel Music Club
'Amba Tremain is creating new classics' - Gloria Miller Express FM