By her own admission, ‘what you see is what you get’ with talented British singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and down-to-earth surfer chick Emma Stevens. Life has been something of a whirlwind since embarking on a solo career in 2012; she’s released four EPs, toured seven times, performed at numerous festivals, supported Simply Red, Passenger and Train and has just finished work in the studio on her new album, “To My Roots”, a collection of songs inspired by the eclectic mix of music she grew up listening to. Everything from James Taylor through Paul Simon to The Dixie Chicks, The Corrs, Carrie Underwood and Brad Paisley.
Emma’s sound is a fusion of catchy pop melodies and folk instrumentation with country elements. Her voice is emotive, clear and effortless with a touch of country and an audible joyful smile.
With almost three million Spotify plays and over a million video views, the increasing popularity of this uniquely versatile artist (who counts BBC’s Chris Evans and the late Sir Terry Wogan amongst her fans) is undeniable.