Singer | Choreographer | Beauty Consultant
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Bachelor of Arts
Minor – Leadership Studies
All About Me
Dana Crowell, also known as “Miss Dana” is an American singer, songwriter, choreographer, dance coach and entrepreneur from Nashville, TN. To maximize the success of her writing, she is a member of the songwriting foundation, “NSAI” where she is mentored regularly by experts in the industry on the latest trends, techniques, and artistry of songwriting. She is the founder of, “Adamas Empire, an entertainment powerhouse that acts as a one-stop shop for anyone with music, dance or cosmetic needs. She utilizes her talent in dance to add tremendous visual enhancement to performances for herself, as well as artists that she choreographs for. Her choreography has been featured on, “Entertainment Tonight” in country star, Jason Aldean’s “1994” music video. She was the Stage Manager of Talent and Dance Director for Hallmark Channel's "Enchant" event in Nashville. She gives back to her home community of Nashville by teaching youth and adult hip-hop classes. Her youth group, “Pink Diamonds” have been awarded several titles, including National Champions, Judge’s Choice, Overall High Score, 1st Place, and have received scholarships for their wins. She has been certified by elite cheer and dance company, Varsity to be a judge for dance competitions, performed as an “All-American” dancer in the college Citrus Bowl, and has been selected to perform in the Pro Bowl of the NFL.
ABOUT THE MUSIC / DANCING
R&B, Hip-Hop and Pop
Her main genres include R&B and Pop, although with the southern, sweet twang in her voice, you’ll sometimes hear hints of country music in her music, influenced by her hometown city.
Empower and Mentor
Her goal is to utilize her platforms to not only help her students become better dancers, but to especially empower women of all ages by helping them build confidence. In addition, for her younger learners, she hopes that through her coaching, she teaches them the importance of hard work, accountability, teamwork, respect, leadership skills, and good sportsmanship. She believes these skills are life-changing and can help these young women become more successful members of society as they grow into adulthood.
She takes her work very personally and feels that if she doesn’t leave a memorable mark on those that hear her music, experience her teaching or see her perform, she didn’t do her job. Are you ready to “experience her shine?”