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EMMA G

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Singer • Songwriter • Musician

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Who is Emma G ?

Emma G moved from New Zealand in 2015 to establish a career in music in America's capitol: Washington DC.

Working full time as a singer, songwriter, musician, street performer, vocal teacher, and actor; she plays in various clubs, bars and community events throughout the city – and often far beyond. Since 2015, she has completed two California-, and a nationwide New Zealand tour, released her studio singles “SOLD (take a shot)” featuring DMV rapper Tony B, and “King for a Day”, and her debut solo album "TAKING FLIGHT", performed in the National Cherry Blossom- and Smithsonian Folklife Festivals, gained nationwide radio play in the US, been named in Washingtonian Magazine as a "Best of DC musician", and featured three times on Fox5 news . Her music is available on iTunes, Amazon and Google Music, Spotify and SoundCloud. The official videos are HERE!


Prior to heading to the States, Emma G, 29, had established a profile back in New Zealand as vocalist for the hard rock band Static Era. She was also a New Zealander of the Year Local Hero award recipient, honored in 2012 for inspiring others through her music.
With her messaging focusing on self empowerment, love, and a little bit of controversy on social issues and standing up against sexualization; she has fast become an established and much-loved personality in the DMV (DC, Maryland and Virginia) performance circuit. She is known as the Kiwi girl who plays great songs and gives great hugs.
“The spirit of the city is incredible,” she said in a 2016 interview. “The DC community are super nice, and really supportive of what I do.”
But with her career blossoming and fame surely beckoning, who knows what is around the corner.
“Life is an adventure. The best adventures have unknown outcomes.”

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FEB 15 @ TRYST COFFEE SHOP

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