Amanda Green, Composer

Amanda Green, a Miami Beach native, is a classically trained multi-instrumentalist composer and vocalist. She is the creator of 20 Synthesizers in my Purse, an ongoing improvised live music pop art instance.

She is a cast member on 'The Ding-Dong Show' every Monday night at the Comedy Store in West Hollywood, California

Amanda is also a band member of Andy Dick and the Bitches of the Century.

Amanda is also an untrained but enthusiastic pop art artist, creating pop art and video montages for the Phil Hendrie Show website and videocast where dozens of her images and short films serve as the backdrop before which the show is performed.

A Miami Beach native, Miss Green is honored to have won several Best of Miami Awards from the Miami New Times including Best Songwriter, Best Alternative Album &Best Female Comeback. She also once won Most Shocking Performance for having continued performing after being slightly electrocuted. Come on, that's a little bit funny.

Amanda's work has been included in several Wet Heat Project documentaries. She has also scored featured classical work for the Miami Theater Center where she began a love affair with sound design. With the introduction of iOS in 2009 Amanda forayed into what is now her live soundtracking hobby project called 20 Synthesizers in my Purse.

In 2012 Amanda moved to Los Angeles.

In 2015 she will release a heavy metal solo album produced by Shok Kantor of 'My Life With the Thrill Kill Kult."

Her iOS experiments are the basis of this project.

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