Join Dr. Lee Benton as she interviews Grand Ole Opry Performer, Singer and Songwriter, Amber Brooke Taylor, as she shares her Victory story. After the doctor pinched a nerve in her neck during birth, her right arm became crippled. Through the help of her praying mother, her arm was healed by age 3 without surgery! Amber now currently records in Nashville, TN. She has written several songs with Songwriting Hall of Fame Member, Roger Cook, who co-wrote the Coca-Cola theme song, “I’d Like to Teach the World to Sing” and Bobby Wood who played for Elvis and Garth Brooks, just to name a few. She also performed with The Memphis Boys who played on over 122 #1 hits including, Neil Diamond’s “Sweet Caroline.” Amber also performed with legendary guitarists Reggie Young and David Hood from Muscle Shoals with Elvis’s original backup singers who performed on Elvis’ original recordings such as “Suspicious Minds,” “In the Ghetto” and many more. One thing Amber wants others to know is that with God all things are possible!
VICTORY ROAD with Lee Benton” is a faith-based, award-winning TV Show featuring Host, Actress, Producer, Evangelist Dr. Lee Benton. Lee interviews an array of celebrities and real people, telling their amazing VICTORY stories, while giving hope to others. “VICTORY ROAD with Lee Benton” is now in 190+ countries worldwide and features performances by the incredible VICTORY ROAD BAND.
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