Born and raised in a small farming community in rural Utah, Emme’s vocal talent had been known to only a few until at age 18 she self released her first record the aptly named “Dirty Street.” Her brilliant self taught guitar style, honed through thousands of hours of practice in her parents basement, anchored her for her next releases “Better Luck Next Time.” in 2005 and “Joy. The Machine.” in 2007. The albums found her pitch perfect vocals shining through the paintings of her poetic “dream-scape” lyrics. Her audience suddenly became world wide and she began to tour across the U.S, Canada, and Japan. Artists such as; Sea Wolf, Lydia, Alive in Wild Paint, Kate Voegele, and Denison Witmer began to take notice and added Emme on as their opener. Her shows have given audiences a glimpse of her soothing, yet soaring vocals and her “not of this world” guitar skills. While her earnest words have tugged at heart strings world wide.
Emme has also recently published her first book of poetry and fans are quickly snatching up this limited release. Several movie and T.V. placements have made her a hot commodity as her music is perfectly suited for soundtracks. Emme Packer has a sound and a name you wont ever forget.
Edited by epacker on 9 Sep 2011, 00:39
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