Emmy Law is a folk pop singer-songwriter originally from Gainesville, GA. She grew up singing, taking piano lessons, and playing sports. She majored in music education and ran cross country at the University of North Georgia. Due to her classical education, songwriting didn’t come until the end of college. In 2016, Emmy moved to Atlanta, GA where she is now heavily involved in the local music scene. Since moving to Atlanta, she’s performed in some of the city’s top venues, including Eddie’s Attic, Red Clay Theater, and the Music Room at Smith’s Olde Bar. She’s also made a name for herself in Atlanta’s open mic scene, winning the night and advancing to the final round in a few of the best the city has to offer: Eddie’s Attic, EOP at the Red Clay Theater, and the 99x Original Series. In 2014, Emmy won the John Jarrard Foundation songwriting contest, which was judged in part by members of the Zac Brown Band. As part of the contest winnings, Emmy opened onstage for some renowned Nashville songwriters, and says it’s been one of her favorite moments in her performing career. Emmy released her debut EP ‘Fairyland’ in August 2018 after running a successful Kickstarter campaign to fund the album. In describing her single ‘Fairyland,’ NeuFutur Magazine states, “Law’s vocals pull double duty in that their breathiness weaves a rich narrative while the overall harmonies laid down work perfectly with the larger instrumental complex.” The music video for the single has appeared on various media outlets, including LATV, Music City Arts Nashville, Indie Wave, and IndiMusic TV. Emmy is currently performing and in the studio working on future releases.
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