Emma Rowe : Has a unique talent for crafting quirky contemporary rock songs

This 25-year-old Adelaide based singer/songwriter has a unique
talent for crafting quirky contemporary rock songs that combine lust,
hope, frustration and joy in a surprisingly complicated but completely
relatable style.


Her compositions ascend from measured, spacious moody rock to
lofty pop melodies and catchy choruses. But Emma’s undeniable
strength is her vocals. They give a sense of a bird in flight – falling
and climbing with intricacies, grace and control. Her voice is an
auditory joy and it’s incredibly distinctive from the crowd.


Growing up in tropical Darwin in the Northern Territory, Emma has a
down-to-earth approachability when she performs live. Whether she is
playing solo or with her band you can connect with Emma in earnest.
She has no fear of being vulnerable and is always fully committed to
her performance – it is refreshing and authentic.


Drawing influence from
Missy Higgins, Regina Spektor, Florence and
the Machine and PJ Harvey you can hear the sonic and lyrical
maturity of this relatively young artist. And for
a young artist Emma has
an impressive catalogue of support slots including performing with
Big
Scary, Frank Turner, Jebediah and Christine Anu.
She has also played
at major events including the BASSINTHEGRASS Festival, Darwin Blues
Festival, Royal Darwin and Adelaide Show and Carols By Candlelight
Darwin.


Emma Rowe has a Bachelor of Music, majoring in vocal studies and
works as a music teacher and vocal instructor in South Australia. In
2016 she released her second EP “MRO” at the Adelaide Fringe
Festival. The EP was recorded with her band The Blue Label and
features the single “Earthflight”. Her first EP “Emma Rowe
& the Two
Other Guys” was released in 2012

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