“Blame It On The Moonlight” is the new single from decorated Canadian country singer Amanda Keeles. This song has a wonderful classic feel, with a modern twist.
This catchy and upbeat song is about a woman who is struggling to place the blame for her broken heart, but isn’t willing to put it on the person who actually caused the heartbreak.
For this new single, Amanda teamed up with multi-talented producer Johnny Gasparic at MCC Studio in Calgary.
This studio has been named CCMA’s Studio of the Year for 2021 and 2022 and has made a name for itself in the industry. Amanda was joined by some of the best musicians in the country, including Chris Byrne from The Road Hammers, Keith Floen and Therry Lawson of The Travelling Mabels, and Juno and CCMA nominated Joe Macintyre on drums.
The result is a lively and rhythmic country tune that is sure to become a fan favourite.
Amanda’s smooth vocals blend so nicely with the guitars and classic sounds in this track. Paired with great songwriting, this is a song that perfectly showcases Amanda’s talent.
About Amanda Keeles
Amanda Keeles is a country singer-songwriter from London, Ontario.
She comes from a family of musicians, surrounded by music. Her passion for country music was ignited at a young age. That passion never stopped growing.
She has won the Canadian Open Songwriting Contest twice and has been performing on stages all over Canada for years. Her powerful vocals, relatable lyrics and stage presence have made her a favourite among fans.
This new single “Blame It On The Moonlight” is a toe-tapping, relatable song about the struggles of a broken heart.
The heartfelt lyrics and powerful vocals are sure to leave a lasting impression on country music fans everywhere.
Don’t miss out on this exciting new release!
Stream “Blame It On The Moonlight” by Amanda Keeles
A die-hard country music fan with an impressive collection of Spotify playlists. Happiest when I'm listening to music and constantly on the lookout for the next artist to fall in love with. A bit of a tech nerd too.