Sweet & Sour Rock & Roll with a great big Hit of Country Soul.

Replacing Jeff Buckley as lead singer of Gary Lucas’ Gods & Monsters, Emily burst onto the NYC scene in 1996 and labeled “The Leather Lederhosen Lady of The Blues.” Breaking out on her own as a gifted songwriter and guitarist, Emily has been called the ‘perfectly cool combo of Lucinda Williams meets Patti Smith,’ offering street-smart poetry and a thrilling and authentic vocal style that conjures moods & images that seduce and beguile.

“I’ve listened to Emily in admiration for many years. Her melancholy-with-a-backbeat, expertly woven songs are seductive and strong.” – Rosanne Cash

MAYBE IN THE MORNING is available HERE.  Recorded at FAME in Muscle Shoals, Alabama with her band, featuring Scott Aldrich on lead guitar, Skip Ward on bass and Kenny Soule on drums, “Maybe in the Morning” has received great reviews on Culture Sonar,  Bandcamp & The Daily Country.  Also appearing on the new record is the legendary Clayton Ivey (Fame Gang, Clarence Carter, Aretha Franklin, Chet Atkins) on Wurly & B3, Vaneese Thomas (daughter of Stax artists Rufus & Irma Thomas) on Harmony Vocals, Charlie Giordano (Bruce Springsteen) on Organ, Accordion & Piano, Shawn Pelton (SNL Band) on percussion and many other greats! The Country Soul is thick, greasy and mighty tasty.

Read the Daily Country Review HERE

photo by Jini Sachse


Sweet & Sour Rock 'n Roll with a great big hit of Country Soul