Emma White is a Pop/Country artist based in Nashville, TN. Her latest single, "I Thought You Were The One" became an iTunes Country Hot Track and Apple Music selected the song for their Young Country & Breaking Country Playlists - songs the editors think are "about to make a huge impact." Rolling Stone recently featured Emma as one of their, "10 New Country Artists You Need to Know." Buzz like this isn’t the norm for an artist without a manager, publisher or label behind her, but shows signs of future promise and success for this new artist. 

Growing up in a musical family and named after country legend, Emmylou Harris, Emma started writing songs with her mother from an early age. Her songs are a blend of the music she grew up on - Pop, Country and R&B. After graduating from Berklee College of Music, Emma released and toured her first album "His Eyes." "His Eyes" along with her follow up EP, "Gypsy" have received radio play on Country stations 93.1 WPOC, 98.7 WMZQ, as well as Radio Shonan in Japan. 

She has opened for Superstar Country acts Rodney Atkins & Brad Paisley and her songs have been featured in Film & TV. Most recently, Emma's songs, "Peter” & "Easy" aired on E! Network's, "Giuliana & Bill,” and her song, “You Would’ve Kissed Me By Now” just hit 480,000 streams on Spotify! 

She has performed in venues across the country including The Hotel Cafe (LA), Rockwood Music Hall (NYC), The Basement (Nashville) as well as The National Anthem at The Staples Center for The Los Angeles Lakers, Camden Yards and M&T Bank Stadium. 

Emma's new EP is set to be released Friday, February 3rd.

  "Emma White's pop savvy vocal and sugary groove ooze unabashed hope & undeniable promise." - BMI