Emma Moseley knows the song is pushed by authentic invitations into the heart. She knows the show’s urgency grows as secrets are revealed. Rock-n-roll is voyeured soul. It cannot be faked.
Singer-Songwriter Emma Moseley’s voice comes from the deep places.
Her new solo songs rise from necessity to reach the surface.
Her delivery is an empowered confession pollinated with influences like Lucinda Williams and Chris Cornell.
The St. Augustine, Florida artist spent her early years playing northeast Florida bar rooms long before it was legal for her to be there. In her early twenties she cofounded the electric and loud Emma Moseley Band with guitarist Bobby Turner and bass player Sean Sammon. As a song writer and lead vocalist in EMB Emma spent eight raucous years playing original rock- n- roll at festivals like SXSW, Gentlemen of The Road, and St. Augustine’s Sing-Out-Loud. The band released two full length albums, Face South (2014) recorded at Toes in the Sand Productions and nine-four-nine (2016) recorded at Fidelitorium Recordings studio. Both records received play on college radio across the country.