This self-starting, twenty-something, singer-songwriter has been on the road virtually non-stop for five years solid. Choosing to leave behind any semblance of a normal life for the day-to-day of a traveling independent musician was always a no-brainer for the Nashville spitfire. In 2011, Emerick released her first project, Starry-Eyed, to heavy critical acclaim after it debuted at #9 on the iTunes Singer/Songwriter chart. Now, three years after the release of her first EP, Emerick returns with Field Notes, a folk-inspired, markedly more mature turn for the singer that demonstrates just how much her endless days on the road and years of hard work have fostered her growth as an artist and performer. With her new album, Emerick has situated herself among fans of Brandi Carlile, Patty Griffin, and Natalie Maines alike. In 2014, Emerick played over 170 shows and in 2015 she won the Wildflower Festival singer/songwriter contest and opened for Gregory Alan Isakov at the Ogden Theatre in Denver, Colorado.
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Hailing originally from Hebron,Kentucky, Devon Graves is a young American singer/songwriter who crossed the Atlantic to settle in France. Having releasing three albums in the US with her former band, the Nashville-based folk collective Mosaic, in 2012 Devon decided to relocate to Paris, where she wrote, recorded and released her first solo album, « Du Tennessee À Paris ». A broad range of influences come together in this 13-song opus, including folk, pop, country, bluegrass, jazz and even musical theater, which combine with heartfelt, sometimes brutally honest lyrics to create songs that are touching, entertaining, reflective and thought-provoking. Devon is very active on social networks such as Facebook, Twitter and Youtube, and her album « Du Tennessee À Paris » can be found on Amazon, iTunes, Spotify and various music stores throughout France.
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