Emily White armed with her guitar and dusky vocals, captures moments of life from the blush of first love to the passage of adulthood. Her music has an honesty and lack of pretense that reflects a maturity beyond her mere 18 years of age, which many listeners find refreshing. The appeal of her music transcends all age barriers.
In 2012, Emily collaborated with producer David Hammond and recorded her first 13 song project at Cook Sound Studio, located in Ft. Payne, Alabama. The album consists of original material most of which are written by Emily and two never released songs by Georgia hall of fame writers, Buddy Buie and JR Cobb. Buie and Cobb have written famous song standards such as “Traces” and “Spooky” for famed southern rock group the Atlanta Rhythm Section.
Recently in 2013, Emily collaborated with local singer/songwriter Allie Small and together they've created a 6 song CD of original music that holds an appeal for all musical tastes. For more information on how to order a copy of her CDs please feel free to contact firstname.lastname@example.org