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Who is Amber Rubarth?
Amber Rubarth is an American singer and songwriter who has independently released six albums. Rubarth performs regularly throughout Europe, the USA and Japan and has been the support act for many artists on tour including Emmylou Harris, Kenny Loggins, Marc Cohn, Richie Havens, Dr. Ralph Stanley, and a special Carnegie Hall performance with Jason Mraz. Winner of the NPR Mountain Stage New Song Contest, her sixth studio album titled "A Common Case of Disappearing" was produced by Grammy Award winning producer Jacquire King and debuted at #13 on the iTunes Singer-Songwriter charts. It features duets with Jason Reeves, and Jason Mraz. In 2012, audiophile label Chesky Records released a live HD Binaural recording featuring Rubarth with solo cellist Dave Eggar to great acclaim.
- also known as Rubarth, Amber
- born on (33 years ago) in California
- nationality: United States of America
- profession: Singer-songwriter, film score composer, composer
- member of musical group The Paper Raincoat (Vocals)
- albums: "Something New", "Unfinished Art", "New Green Lines", "Sessions from the 17th Ward", "A Common Case of Disappearing"
- official website: www.amberrubarth.com
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