Many fans first heard Amanda Brown on season three of The Voice, but by then, she’d already built a career performing with artists such as Stevie Wonder, Alicia Keys, Justin Timberlake, CeeLo Green, Jennifer Hudson, Michael Bolton, Jessie J, Gwen Stefani, and others. Brown spent much of 2017 as a background vocalist on Adele’s 25 world tour, before kicking off 2018 on tour with The Killers, who asked her to sing backing vocals and open for the band with her own material. With the spring 2018 release of her highly anticipated full-length debut, Dirty Water, music fans will finally hear her risk-taking, pop-savvy, finely honed rock-and-roll. Her first single from that debut, titled “The Believers,” is out now.
Soulful singer-songwriter and storyteller Emma Jayne delivers heartfelt pop songs heavily inspired by her background in ukulele and jazz piano.
For lovers of Carole King, Sara Bareilles, and laughing until you cry.
Every single song has a story, and Emma is telling them all on her tour of the East Coast and Midwest with her debut full-length, Nashville recorded album, Jetlag.
Jetlag and other releases can be found on iTunes, Spotify, or wherever you listen to your music. Emma Jayne can be found binge eating chips and salsa and thinking about that one time she tripped and fell in 2012.