Emily is a singer, a songwriter, as well being accomplished in the guitar and keyboard.
Emily graduated from the Academy of Country Music junior course in 2011. After the Academy Emily performed at the Darling Harbour convention centre, at the request of Amber Lawrence, for the Special Olympics Variety Dinner. The conviction and connection in her performances was rewarded when she took out 2012’s todayscountry94one Brand New Star competition on the central coast. This lead to Emily receiving a scholarship to attend the highly acclaimed Senior Academy of country music in January of 2014, where she performed with and learnt from some of the industries most respected professionals. The energy and enthusiasm Emily encompasses when she performs had lead to her gaining titles of most outstanding performance and senior overall at numerous major competitions within the country music industry. Emily’s dedication to her music has grown and developed throughout her years of performing, with her first EP being released at the end of 2014. Working with producer, Matt Fell, Emily has been able to accurately represent herself as an artist, creating an EP that encompasses her energetic, fun-loving, creative personality. To this date Emily’s debut EP has received nothing but positive reports and reviews. 2016 began with a bang for Emily, as she made it through to the battles rounds on season 5 of “The Voice Australia”. In July 2016, Emily visited Nashville in the United States, where she wrote with some incredible songwriters and worked with Dead Horse Branding.