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Singer-songwriter Amanda Marshall has released three multi-platinum albums since 1995. Her eponymous debut is one of only 18 Canadian albums to ever achieve Diamond status in Canada, and to date it has sold more than 6 million copies worldwide. The album spawned 7 Top 10 hit singles, including "Let It Rain", "Beautiful Goodbye", "Dark Horse", "Fall From Grace", "Sitting on Top of the World" and "Birmingham".
In 1999, Marshall released Tuesday's Child, produced by Don Was (B-52's, Joe Cocker, Bob Dylan, Elton John, Michael McDonald, Iggy Pop, Bonnie Raitt, The Rolling Stones), and featuring collaborations with song writing heavyweights Carole King and Eric Bazilian. This 6x platinum album saw Marshall tour the globe in support of Whitney Houston, who, upon hearing it, personally selected Marshall as her support act and invited her to share the stage.
2001's Everybody's Got A Story marked a change in style and sound for Marshall, with a more noticeable R&B direction. Produced by the legendary Peter Asher (James Taylor, Linda Ronstadt, Carole King), the album produced 3 Top 10 hit singles including "Everybody's Got a Story" and "Sunday Morning After", and was certified quadruple platinum within 10 weeks of its' release.