Amanda Nicole Ventrice, known by her stage name Mandy Ventrice, is an American artist, composer and vocal producer. Born in the Bay Area, Mandy Ventrice began her musical career at a very young age; wrote her first song at the age of seven, and independently completed her first CD at the age of thirteen. Soon after, Ventrice joined a Boston-based female pop group called Poet In Motion. In 2002, the pop group disbanded and Mandy began new solo endeavors, collaborating with Shep Goodman & Kenny Gioia, Aaron Accetta, Carl Sturken & Evan Rogers and Sam Hollander. After moving to New York City in 2004, Mandy began performing with the rock trio Lights Resolve; on tour with The used, Shiny Toy Guns and Panic! At the dance hall; and perform at major music festivals including The Bamboozle and CMJ. In 2010, she released her first dance / pop single with American DJ and platinum multi-record artist Ian Carey.
|Birth name||Amanda Nicole Ventrice|
|Born||September 12, 1985|
|Occupation(s)||Singer, songwriter, producer|
|Website||Mandy Ventrice's Official site|
Pop music singer/songwriter who is best known for having been featured on house music producer Ian Carey's 2010 single "Let Loose." The song's music video would go on to be viewed more than 1.5 million times on Spinnin' Records' official YouTube channel.
She recorded her first independent album at the age of 13.
Her songs have been placed in a number of television programs, including MTV's Teen Mom and Jersey Shore.
She is from California.
Latest information about Mandy Ventrice updated on April 27 2021.