10 Amazing Amber Iman Performances Following Incredible NY Pops Up Event

Last updated April 12th, 2021 by BroadwayBox Staff
10 Amazing Amber Iman Performances Following Incredible NY …

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"They gave me a whole Broadway stage!" Amber Iman exclaimed over the weekend at her incredible NY PopsUp this past Saturday.

Huddled around our phone watching on Instagram Live, we were in awe of the Broadway triple threat so phenomenally singing through six songs accompanied by the extraordinary Michael O. Mitchell on piano who sounded like an entire orchestra on his own. Amber led the socially distanced audiences at the Broadway Theatre through powerful music along with inspirational, funny and honest words of encouragement. "We had more than Monday off - we had time to heal."

Along with Michael on piano, Amber was also joined onstage by Ain't Too Proud and the Broadway Inspriational Voices' Marcus Paul James and Broadway vet amazing vocalist Crystal Monee Hall for a harmonizing showstopper "Ain't No Mountain High Enough" fantastically arranged by Marcus.

Seeing Amber shine on Broadway Saturday afternoon was such a gift. The star has appeared on many stages in New York and across the country appearing in Shuffle Along..., Soul Doctor, Rent Off-Broadway, AND PEGGY in Hamilton's National Tour.

Aside from her work on stage, Amber is also a founding member of the Broadway Advocacy Coalition. The organization's mission statement states "We believe that placing Artistry at the center of solving today’s most pressing issues will create a new type of dialogue and impact."

We are so excited to showcase the incredible talent of Amber Iman. Enjoy these 10 videos including "I Wanna Dance With Somebody" and "Party In The U.S.A." which she treated audiences to over the weekend.

"I Wanna Dance With Somebody"

"Party In The U.S.A."

"Freedom" with Daniel J. Watts

"You've Got A Friend" with Eric Anderson

"Señorita" with Leslie Odom, Jr.

"Used To Love You"

"Memory" with Joshua Henry

"I Won't Complain" with Cynthia Erivo

"Try" with Eric Anderson