To Sofie Lynn, music has always been the one constant in her life. Although having begun singing at the age of five, Sofie found what music meant to her while in college. Realizing how important music was to her she dropped out of school and pursed a career in it. Admiring the powerful voices of Carrie Underwood, Patsy Cline, and LeAnn Rimes, her songs convey personal emotions. Her latest release “Rooting for You” reminds listeners to stop rooting for an ex to come back, but rather root for them to succeed in life.
Always writing and collaborating with other artists, Sofie plans to release another single this October. Wanting to reach people from around the world, she encourages everyone to listen to her music on all streaming platforms and her website at www.sofielynnmusic.com.
Let Emma King Help You feel Something With the release of Her New EP "The Sun and The Blues"
With 90’s country artists lining the walls of her childhood home, Emma King knew she wanted her musical journey to take her to Nashville. Inspired by CASH, Fleetwood Mac, and the Dixie Chicks for their daring attitudes, Emma’s music creates a space for listeners to feel something. Emma chooses to write from a vulnerable place, allowing for the listener to relate to her music. Always creating new content, Emma is finding her voice through the songwriting process. Wanting to create the most authentic sound possible, her next EP “The Sun and the Blues” was recorded at The House of Blues.
Performing in the UK and Nashville, Emma can often be found at the Bluebird Cafe. During CMA Fest, she also had the chance to represent her country. Looking to travel across America, Emma is open to performing at as many quirky bars she can.
Stay tuned for the release of “The Sun and The Blues” on July 26th and find Emma’s music on YouTube and her website www.emmakingmusic.com.
Fresh to the Canadian Americana scene, Toronto's Gillian Nicola has released her new single "Night Comes to Call" from her forthcoming album "Dried Flowers."
Recorded in Toronto and featuring her longtime band, “Night Comes to Call” is an ode to self-care and contemplation - a beautiful take on solitary joys. Based in Hamilton, Gillian took an unusual route to becoming a roots based singer-songwriter. Trained in classical voice, she spent her teen years performing in a classic rock cover band, before launching herself into alt-country when she began writing songs. Her music ranges from acoustic folk singer-songwriter to textured and electric Americana and it reflects a knowledge and appreciation of the genre’s past and present.
With nominations for the Colleen Peterson Songwriting Award, Toronto Independent Music Awards and Hamilton Music Awards, Nicola has toured Canada’s east and west coasts. In addition, she’s opened for Amelia Curran and shared the stage for the JUNO Awards’ Love Song Edition with Tom Wilson, Terra Lightfoot, Tomi Swick, and Lori Yates. Engaging in her community is just as important to Nicola as performing. When she’s not focusing on her own creative process - she’s nurturing others by teaching voice and guitar, volunteering for Girls Rock Camp Toronto, sitting on a Musician’s Committee in Hamilton.
Hear “Night Comes to Call” on all streaming platforms and on her website at https://gilliannicola.com.