GRAND RAPIDS, MI – Amanda Vernon, a Grand Rapids native, released a new music video for her song, “Justice for All,” this week as a part of her submission for this years ArtPrize.
John Gonzalez and Amy Sherman had the privilege of debuting the video on September 11th, at Aquinas College, in front of family and friends of the independent recording artist. The “Justice for All” music video showcases the injustices in our society and sends a powerful, patriotic message.
ArtPrize is always an exiting time for Amanda, as she was a winner back in 2013, but this year it is bound to be memorable for another reason. The 28 year old musician will be returning to Lambeau Field, where she has performed once before for Green Bay Packers fans, to sing the National Anthem on ESPN’s “Monday Night Football.”
Although our Lions won’t be playing, be sure to tune in to ESPN Monday (Sept. 28) at 8:30 p.m. ET to watch her perform. You won’t be sorry you did!
Check out the video of her Lambeau Field performance in 2014. (You can see it below, after her ArtPrize video).
If you have time to make your way down to ArtPrize, Amanda will be performing live as a part of her entry for this years competition, so stop by and listen (times and locations can be found on artprize.org). Although ArtPrize showcases so many wonderful artists, it is still a competition, your vote counts!
The easiest way to vote is by downloading the ArtPrize app! For more information on Amanda’s entry and how to vote for her, go to https://www.artprize.org/amanda-vernon/2015/justice-for-all
ArtPrize will continue until October 11th in Grand Rapids.
“Justice For All”
National Anthem at Lambeau Field (2014)