Singer/songwriter Emma Moore was raised in the golden age of female country music. The 90’s may have been cruel to the fashion forward, but the airwaves were full of strong, game changing artists like Shania Twain and The Dixie Chicks, and luckily Moore took note. Though it may have been over a decade later that she started writing, those early influences can still be heard.
Just six months after releasing ‘Girls Should Do’ Emma headed to Liverpools legendary Parr Street Studios (Coldplay, Rihanna, Justin Bieber) to record her debut album. The ten song project features eight self-penned tracks along with the Liv Austen collaboration ‘I Will Say Yes’ and Amy Westney and Gareth Thomas’s ‘Why Don’t We Lie’.
In March 2018, with her new found voice as both a writer and singer, Emma headed to the home of Country music – Nashville, Tennessee to record the upcoming single ‘Good Girl’. The edgier production is another nod to her evolving sound, and gives fans a glimpse of what’s next for the rising star.
Recently sponsored by Intuneative and endorsed by Faith Guitars, 2018 is fast becoming a huge year for Moore and her team.