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Emma Stevens

Emma Stevens


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Emma burst onto the scene in 2012 with her distinctively catchy pop melodies, fused with instrumentation and a touch of country. Hailed as “Just Magical” by the late great Sir Terry Wogan, Emma’s voice is emotive, clear, effortless and uplifting. Following the success of her first two singles, A Place Called You and Once, Chris Evans, invited Emma to debut her next release, Riptide, on his Breakfast Show to 10 million listeners. Evans was so impressed, he invited Emma to play at CarFest the following week; an invitation he repeated two years later. The song went on to be an iTunes Single of the Week achieving over 200,000 downloads and her third consecutively playlisted single on BBC Radio 2.

A fourth playisted single followed on BBC Radio 2, together with extensive radio play in the UK, Europe and Australia, sold out headline shows and supporting performances with the likes of Take That, Wet Wet Wet, Train, Albert Lee and Simply Red.

Emma describes her songs as, “all written from my heart and soul to convey messages based on feelings of loss, happiness, nature and my love for the ocean”. From the thought provoking ballad Sunflower (a song about the loss of her mum to cancer) to the barn-storming Riptide, the debut album Enchanted demonstrated an impressively mature talent. Playing the majority of instruments herself, Emma admits she has “an absolute addiction to string instruments”, something that’s evident throughout her music weaving together guitar, banjo, mandolin, piano, cello and ukulele.

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