Kick Off 2014 with the New York Islanders

by amandakaletsky on December 27, 2013, no comments

imagesHey Islanders fans, join me Thursday, January 2nd at Nassau Coliseum to hear me sing the National Anthem for my favorite New York Islanders vs. the Chicago Blackhawks.Excited to sport my brand new custom Islanders jersey for the occasion!

Check out details by clicking here (will open in Facebook).

Can’t make it to the game? Listen in!

 

 

 

Singing Oh Canada / Star-Spangled Banner for the NY Islanders

by amandakaletsky on March 23, 2013, no comments

If you know me, you know I love hockey. And there’s nothing better than supporting my New York Islanders. Here’s a video of me singing Oh Canada and the Star-Spangled Banner for the New York Islanders vs the Ottawa Senators on March 3, 2013.

Thanks to all of my friends at the Isles!

Help the Families of Sandy Hook Elementary

by amandakaletsky on December 18, 2012, no comments

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Over the past few days, I have been struggling, like many of you, to grapple with the unspeakable tragedy that occurred in my beautiful home state of Connecticut this past Friday. While I am not directly connected to the events in Newtown, in a way we are all connected to this small New England community.

Being from an even smaller town in Connecticut, I understand how folks from Newtown don’t say they’re from Newtown. When asked where they’re from, they say “the town next to Danbury.” If you ask me where I’m from, I’ll tell you “just outside of New Haven.” There’s also the connection as a former teacher of young music students. No matter how hard of a day you have as a teacher, you are always guaranteed at least one smile from your students– whether it’s hearing them finally “get” that difficult section of a song, or your own personal episode of “kids say the darnedest things.” And lastly, my mother is a teacher– a special education teacher at a small elementary school in a town in Connecticut similar to Newtown. She is my rock, she is my greatest teacher, and she is a constant source of inspiration.

But, rather than go on and on about my feelings, I want to share a song with all of you from my latest album. The song Always was written for an amazing family friend who passed away several years ago. She would light up a room, and was always guaranteed to make you laugh. It is with her spirit in mind that I will be donating all profits from the downloads of this song to the Newtown Memorial Fund. The track also features the Elm City Girls Choir, a choir I am proud to have been a part of and am so happy to have as part of this song.

So, between now and January 31st, please consider purchasing the song Always and sharing this with family and friends. Let’s work together to show this small community how much we care.

“Always” can be purchased from iTunes, Amazon, and Ourstage.com.

www.ourstage.com