© 2019 by Eddie Baker / Emma Moore

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"Old-school Miranda Lambert vibes and lush Ashley McBryde worthy guitar work."

"would not be out of place on

stage anywhere in the US"




Hearing Emma Moore live it’s no surprise that her music journey started as a vocalist.

Equally at home serenading audiences with just an acoustic guitar, as leading her band with powerhouse vocals, the British Country songwriter is truly a compelling artist. Bringing charm and sass in equal measure, Moore leaves no emotion un-explored. In fact - we dare you not to feel every word.

Hailed as ‘one of the most dynamic voices on the UK country scene’,  (Think Country) Moore has been steadily making her mark since

the release of her debut album Pilot in 2016. The ten track ‘emotionally driven record’ (Maverick Magazine) showcased the softer side of Moore, thoughtfully introducing audiences to her out-of-the-box views. 

In 2017 the beginnings of the infamous “redhead fire” started to burn, first with ‘Trouble’ then in it’s follow up ‘Southern Belle’. Moore’s favour towards the bold and outspoken continued into 2018 with ‘Good Girl’. The foot-stomping single was played extensively on BBC Introducing, eventually landing in the hands of Bob Harris, who then invited Moore to perform on his stage at the inaugural Long Road Festival.


Following a year in London focused almost entirely on songwriting, the Northerner returned to the recording world in 2019 with ‘Dutch Courage’.  The Country/Rock track encompasses everything you can expect from an Emma Moore live show - a powerhouse voice soaring through a brutally honest story, and in a way only Moore could write. 

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