Mandy Harvey is a singer-songwriter who has become an inspiration to many around the world. Born in Cincinnati, Ohio in 1988, she began singing at a young age and was passionate about music from an early age.

At the age of 18, Mandy lost her hearing due to a connective tissue disorder, which caused her to withdraw from music for a time. However, she soon discovered that she could still feel the vibrations of music through her feet and began to pursue music again, learning to sing and play the ukulele.

In 2017, Mandy appeared on the 12th season of the popular television show “America’s Got Talent” and received a standing ovation for her original song “Try.” Her performances on the show captivated the judges and the audience alike, and she went on to become a finalist in the competition.

Mandy’s music is known for its soulful lyrics and heartfelt melodies, and she is often praised for her ability to connect with audiences on a deep emotional level. Her message of perseverance and determination has resonated with people all over the world, and she has become a sought-after speaker and performer.
In addition to her music career, Mandy is also an author and a motivational speaker, and she has shared her story with audiences at conferences, schools, and other events. Her memoir, “Sensing the Rhythm: Finding My Voice in a World Without Sound,” was published in 2017 and chronicles her journey from losing her hearing to becoming a successful musician and performer.

Through her music and her story, Mandy Harvey has become an inspiration to people around the world, proving that anything is possible with hard work, determination, and a passion for what you love.