with Emily Curtis
Saturday, April 8th • 8:00pm
Though still in the early stages of her blossoming career, 24-year-old vocalist, violinist and songwriter, Emmaline, has accomplished an impressive laundry list of achievements so far. From being featured in top music publications such as Rolling Stone and American Songwriter to performing as the opening act for 10-time-GRAMMY winner Chaka Khan on her first ever US tour, this Nashville based, independent artist captivates the hearts of all who hear her smoky, jazz-infused, genre-fluid voice. Using the power of social media, Emmaline kick started her career in 2018 by sharing acoustic covers of popular songs and original material to her social media platforms (@emmalineofficial) where she now boasts nearly 500k followers. Emmaline shines on stage whether it be online or in person, and has performed countless sold-out shows at some of the country’s most notable jazz clubs, music venues and festivals. Her independently released EPs, “All My Sweetest Dreams” and “Necessity” have organically generated millions of streams on Spotify alone and have listeners on the edge of their seats awaiting a debut album drop.
Emily Curtis is a soulful singer-songwriter with a southern flare. Following in her dad’s footsteps, the artist began making waves with her guitar and smooth vocals in the Charleston, SC music scene in 2015 and has since released a crowd funded EP and a steady stream of singles, some of which are signed to sync catalogs for Concord Music Publishing and Koze Music. In November 2022 she was voted Charleston City Paper Female Singer/Songwriter of the Year and her song “Sandcastles” premiered in American Songwriter Magazine with a music video, filmed in historic 20 South Battery mansion.
No stranger to the stage, Curtis has performed everywhere from local bars, to amphitheaters, to concert halls, to showcases in the Costa Rican jungle. As a vocalist she is a background singer for Nashville artist Patrick Davis in his Midnight Choir, lending her vocals to the likes Darius Rucker, Charles Kelly, Randy Houser, as well as stages supporting national acts such as Parmalee, Sister Hazel and hometown favorites Hootie & The Blowfish.