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”An angelic voice with just a hint of sultry devilishness. This gal is a  rocket ready to take-off!”

– Rob Baker (The Tragically Hip)

“Miss Emily, who has the best pipes we have ever heard, in an unsigned artist!”

– Gene Simmons-KISS-Simmons/Universal Records

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20 hours ago

Miss Emily

2018 marks the 20th Anniversary of my very first official bar gig!

I was 17 years old and The Waring House Barley Room Pub in Picton, Prince Edward County booked me to play a show. I quite quickly began playing a circuit of pubs and bars along the 401 corridor and I think it's important to give a special shout out to my Ma who actually had to drive me to the first year or so of gigs as I didn't yet have my G2 yet. 😉

Thanks to Chris & Norah at The Waring House for continuing to support LIVE MUSIC in The County year round! They have given other artists their 'start' as well and their commitment to live music in their venue even during the cold, long winter months gives locals a place to go when some of our seasonal businesses are shut down for the winter in the PEC community.

Speaking of The Waring House - They are the main sponsor for my upcoming show at The Regent Theatre in Picton on Friday, November 2nd. Turns out 2018 is a special year for The Regent, too! November 2nd, 2018 marks their 100th anniversary and I'm putting on a show with some special guests to celebrate! Join us if you can! (Here's a link to tickets: www.theregenttheatre.org/event/100th-anniversary-concert/ ) I'm excited to be playing a LIVE SHOW back home. 🙂

Here's a video of my song 'Outside My Window' from my Sugarplum album, produced by my bud Luther Wright in 2009. (Nice request, Judy!)

Thanks for watching!

Love,
Emily xo
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1 day ago

Miss Emily

An email will go out in the next day or two to those who have confirmed their participation for the upcoming music video shoot on Monday, October 29th. Please send word if you gave your email address and did NOT receive an email by Oct. 18th. 🙂 ... See MoreSee Less

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4 days ago

Miss Emily

Nearly 10,000 views since I posted this video on Monday??!! You are awesome humans! Thanks for the views and the shares. Special love to my PEC folks, too. xo

Miss Emily
It's hard to sing with a lump in your throat.

My friends and family know me as a passionate and also emotional person. I find meaning in many things and am very sentimental, which is why I am going out on a limb a bit today to show you some of my vulnerability with this post.

I grew up in the outskirts of Milford, Prince Edward County, Ontario. As kids we would ride our bikes into the village and fill our little brown paper bags with nickel

j and dime candy. No, this wasn't the 1950s, this was the 1990s. Although things have changed a lot in Prince Edward County, many for the better I believe, I was raised in a very simple and traditional rural place with traditional values.

One of our oldest buildings in our little village is slated for demolition. It has been used for many things in my lifetime but in the past several years, left unused, it has fallen into disrepair and my understanding is the current owners will be tearing it down to provide more parking for the B&B they are renovating next door. I understand I may not have all of the information here in full detail, but the issue at hand was brought to my attention when a friend on Facebook shared a Kijiji ad with a picture of the building, offering the original floor and interior woodwork, etc. for $20,000 to whomever wanted to come salvage it. It tugged on a lot of heart strings in my little home community and the ad was taken down. I'm not sure where things stand now, but my understanding is the building will be torn down. It breaks my heart.

I decided spur of the moment while recently shooting some Monday videos in The County to film a song in front of this historical building. It's an important reminder of my childhood and the idea of losing it represents a different type of loss I'm not sure I've ever experienced before.

This post is not to create any type of drama. What's done is done. All I can say is perhaps this is a lesson in appreciating everything around us as much as we possibly can before it's no longer around to appreciate.

Sending lots of love via a big achy heart this morning, but love nonetheless...

xo -Emily
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5 days ago

Miss Emily

So. Let’s just say I’m a bit of a Leafs fan. 💙 #goleafsgo ... See MoreSee Less

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6 days ago

Miss Emily

96.3 BIG FM
Miss Emily joined us on The Breakfast Club this morning and performed a beautiful tribute to Gord Downie on the one year anniversary of his passing. #LongTimeRunning
-Ange & Derek
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6 days ago

Miss Emily

Today I (along with many others) remember an amazing man who touched many lives with his music and his heart.

We all miss you, Gord!

K-Rock 105.7
Miss Emily joined us at The Spire to perform @Gord Downie's "The Hard Canadian"
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7 days ago

Miss Emily

We did it! Over 6000 likes! Thank you so much to everyone for the continued support. I appreciate each and every single one of you. 😍😀🤗 ... See MoreSee Less

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1 week ago

Miss Emily

It's hard to sing with a lump in your throat.

My friends and family know me as a passionate and also emotional person. I find meaning in many things and am very sentimental, which is why I am going out on a limb a bit today to show you some of my vulnerability with this post.

I grew up in the outskirts of Milford, Prince Edward County, Ontario. As kids we would ride our bikes into the village and fill our little brown paper bags with nickel

j and dime candy. No, this wasn't the 1950s, this was the 1990s. Although things have changed a lot in Prince Edward County, many for the better I believe, I was raised in a very simple and traditional rural place with traditional values.

One of our oldest buildings in our little village is slated for demolition. It has been used for many things in my lifetime but in the past several years, left unused, it has fallen into disrepair and my understanding is the current owners will be tearing it down to provide more parking for the B&B they are renovating next door. I understand I may not have all of the information here in full detail, but the issue at hand was brought to my attention when a friend on Facebook shared a Kijiji ad with a picture of the building, offering the original floor and interior woodwork, etc. for $20,000 to whomever wanted to come salvage it. It tugged on a lot of heart strings in my little home community and the ad was taken down. I'm not sure where things stand now, but my understanding is the building will be torn down. It breaks my heart.

I decided spur of the moment while recently shooting some Monday videos in The County to film a song in front of this historical building. It's an important reminder of my childhood and the idea of losing it represents a different type of loss I'm not sure I've ever experienced before.

This post is not to create any type of drama. What's done is done. All I can say is perhaps this is a lesson in appreciating everything around us as much as we possibly can before it's no longer around to appreciate.

Sending lots of love via a big achy heart this morning, but love nonetheless...

xo -Emily
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