^abSpitznagel, Eric (9 Ekim 2012). "Amanda Palmer Is Comfortable Wearing Her Own Blood". MTV Hive. 16 Ekim 2015 tarihinde kaynağından arşivlendi. Erişim tarihi: 22 Ağustos 2014. Question: You sometimes go by the full name Amanda "Fucking" Palmer. Amanda: That’s right, yeah. Question: Where'd the "fucking" come from? Did you give yourself that middle name, or was it given to you? Amanda: A little of both. It happened while I was in Nashville, working on Who Killed Amanda Palmer with Ben (Folds, who produced the album). There was someone in Ben's life who was not particularly fond of me, and I guess she referred to me to Ben as "Amanda Fucking Palmer". Question: Not meaning it as a compliment. Amanda: ...
^abAmanda Palmer (25 Nisan 2013). "it was ben folds (yes, that ben folds) and the..."Amandapalmer.Tumblr.Com. 4 Mart 2016 tarihinde kaynağından arşivlendi. Erişim tarihi: 23 Ağustos 2014. it was ben folds (yes, that ben folds) and the magical joe costa who dubbed me AFP. ... apparently they heard a woman refer to me as "amanda fucking palmer" and it just stuck.
^"Twitter Feed". Contests.thephoenix.com. LXXVI (16). The Phoenix Media/Communications Group. 13 Nisan 2012. s. 24. 4 Şubat 2013 tarihinde kaynağından arşivlendi. Erişim tarihi: 15 Nisan 2012. BEST TWITTER FEED @AmandaPalmer When we nominated AMANDA PALMER for "Best Twitter Feed," nobody asked us the obvious question: "Which one?" She's on the Twitterz so much that she's now got at least two. But the mothership, @AmandaPalmer, is the half-million-follower-strong engine of her virality and vitality. From it, YouTube uke covers of Rebecca Black songs go platinum; kickstarter campaigns sell out; impromptu Australian streetcorner busks turn into flash mobs; Friday night boredom turns into hashtag-driven e-commerce success stories, and, occasionally, lyrics for new songs are crowdsourced. Twenty tweets is a slow day for Ms. Palmer, who has never met an at-reply she couldn't respond to with a gentle quip, a lick of encouragement, or an all-caps gasp of amazement. Unless you're dumb enough to put her famous husband on a list of unsexy celebrities – in which case (trust us), look out. https://twitter.com/amandapalmer
^Boston Best's 2011 Judges (July 8–26, 2011). "Actress in a local production – Amanda Palmer in Cabaret at the American Repertory Theater". The Improper Bostonian. s. 88. 27 Eylül 2011 tarihinde kaynağından arşivlendi. Erişim tarihi: 11 Temmuz 2011. Actress in a local production Amanda Palmer in Cabaret at the American Repertory Theater An alumna of Lexington High School and the local experimental rock scene, Amanda Palmer hit a high note with her 2010 turn as the Emcee in the Steven Bogart–directed production of Cabaret at the A.R.T. "There was much more of an improvisational playground for the Emcee," says Palmer, on why she chose to play the glowering, androgynous role. Her creative genius (and social media prowess—she has over 500,000 Twitter followers) has earned her a worldwide following as a street performer, Dresden Doll, solo artist and now as a risk-taking stage actress.
^Spinner Staff; photo by Sarah Komar, WireImage (15 Temmuz 2007). "Women Who Rock Right Now: No. 6". spinner.com. 8 Mayıs 2013 tarihinde kaynağından arşivlendi. Erişim tarihi: 8 Aralık 2007. Who: Amanda Palmer Birthplace: Lexington, Mass. Sound: Cabaret punk Palmer – one-half of Boston's Brechtian punk cabaret duo the Dresden Dolls – ain't no damsel in distress. The former street artist chokeholds her demons, teetering between sinister screeches and whimsical whispers of alcohol, self-mutilation and sexual exploration, while discordantly pummeling the piano – stocking-clad legs akimbo – in a sultry, sinful self-deprecation exorcism.
^Christopher Muther (1 Kasım 2006). "Boston's Stylish 25". Boston Globe. 4 Mart 2016 tarihinde kaynağından arşivlendi. Erişim tarihi: 8 Aralık 2007. Dresden Dolls lead singer Amanda Palmer, quite literally, has a rockstar wardrobe.
^Mike Errico (December 2006). "Hottest Women of...Rock!". Blender.com. 10 Şubat 2007 tarihinde kaynağından arşivlendi. Erişim tarihi: 8 Aralık 2007. Amanda Palmer – The pianist and singer of Brechtian Boston duo Dresden Dolls mashes up punk rock and cabaret, sings about transsexuals and explores the elaborate deceptions that alcoholics commit daily.
^Half Jack. "Amanda Palmer". bestuff.com. 5 Ocak 2008 tarihinde kaynağından arşivlendi. Erişim tarihi: 8 Aralık 2007. In the 2005 WFNX /Boston Phoenix Best Music Poll, Palmer won Best Female Vocalist.
^"The Dresden Dolls". ThoughtWorthy Media, Inc. 27 Eylül 2007 tarihinde kaynağından arşivlendi. Erişim tarihi: 7 Aralık 2007. In the 2005 WFNX/Boston Phoenix Best Music Poll The Dresden Dolls won Best Local Act and Best Local Album. Amanda Palmer also won Best Female Vocalist.
^Caulfield, Keith (20 Eylül 2012), "Dave Matthews Band Scores Record Sixth Straight No. 1 Debut on Billboard 200", Hollywood Reporter, 8 Ağustos 2016 tarihinde kaynağından arşivlendi, erişim tarihi: 9 Eylül 2016, Rounding out the top 10 is the seventh and final new arrival to the region: Amanda Palmer's Theatre Is Evil, debuting at No. 10 with 24,000. Of the set's first week, 93% of its sales came from digital downloads or via Internet retailers. That huge share isn't surprising: Much of those sales are owed to a Kickstarter campaign mounted by Palmer to fund the making of the album.
^Evelyn Evelyn (2007). "Elephant Elephant EP". Eleven Records. 3 Mart 2016 tarihinde kaynağından arşivlendi. Erişim tarihi: 8 Aralık 2007. About a year ago Amanda Palmer of The Dresden Dolls and Jason Webley received Myspace messages from the most unusual profile either of them had ever seen – conjoined twin sisters, both named Evelyn. Intrigued and charmed, they began corresponding with the twins hoping to lure them into the studio. The result is an EP that sounds like something the Andrews Sisters might have recorded if they had grown up in the circus listening to new wave music.