When Amanda Shaw takes the stage, the petite fiddler commands the attention of the audience with a poignant and rhythmic sound that only a Louisiana prodigy could deliver. At the age of 19, Shaw is a powerful performer, composer, and arranger who’s been touring nationally and internationally since she was eight years old. She has recorded three critically acclaimed albums, won a “Big Easy Award” for Best Female Entertainer, and has even had two feature roles in Disney movies. The New Orleans native is a pioneer of the new breed of young, roots-based musicians who have embraced both the traditional sounds of Louisiana and pop music. Shaw is fully ready to take the national stage with the release of her fourth album, Good Southern Girl. The album was produced by Tina Shoemaker – who received a Grammy® Award for “Best Engineered Album” for her work on Sheryl Crow’s acclaimed release, The Globe Sessions.