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vocals. sass. fire

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While Emma Moore brings ALL the fire you’d expect from a Redhead, don’t get too comfortable at one of her shows.
 

With sass and charm in equal measure, Moore will have you singing along at the top of your lungs to Country Rock anthems - then before you know it, haunting ballads you won’t be ashamed to shed a public tear to.

On first listen you could say Moore’s powerful vocals are her standout feature, but her real superpower is how she makes an audience feel
during a show.


In fact, I dare you not to feel every word this Artist sings. 

 

Since her debut album ‘Pilot’ was released in 2016, her trademark honesty
and alternative views on life have only grown stronger. From Whiskey confessions in ‘The Bottom of the Bottle’, to finding love in the wrong
places with ’Trouble’.

2018’s ‘Good Girl’ was no exception, speaking to the secret rebel inside us all. The track was played for 8 consecutive weeks on BBC Introducing upon it’s release, garnered over 30,000 streams on Apple Music and led to Moore
and her band being invited to play Bob Harris’ Under The Apple Tree 
stage
at the inaugural Long Road Festival that year. 

 

After a “school break” Moore turned up the amps in 2019 with ‘Dutch Courage’, her boldest release to date. Confidence oozes throughout the
tracks clever lines and determined story, and a feisty path seemed certain
for future releases. 

 

But Moore is anything but traditional and took her audience on a complete 180, following 'Dutch Courage' with a live, acoustic version of her
tearjerker ‘Waiting For You’. The cautionary tale to those keeping secrets
too long has been silencing venues since its first performance, a London writers round with Grammy winning songwriter Beth Nielsen Chapman,
and became the first confirmed track for her 2021 EP.

 

Its lead single 'Husbands or Kids' is "dive-bar country with a Rock 'n' Roll chaser" - perfectly wetting the appetite for what is to come this spring when the EP is released. 

One of the most dynamic female voices on the UK country scene

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

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a vocal that is sweet and mesmerising one minute and warm, rich and powerful the next."

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