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Artist Emma Rowley stands in front of a blue sky in a sparkling orange top while shielding her eyes from the bright sunlight with her hand.


"The appealingly watchful-faced Emma Rowley..."

-The New York Times, March 2008 (Ben Brantley)

"What happens when a childhood Broadway star grows up?" Well, this is the exact question Emma Rowley asked herself as she stepped off stage for the last time in New York City (Lupone Gypsy, 2008 & Bye Bye Birdie, 2009). It left her, wondering, "what comes next?" After performances on national television and the iconic stage at Carnegie Hall, she knew she was destined to have a career behind a microphone. Rowley continued paving her way towards her dream by moving to Nashville, attending Belmont University, and shifting her focus to songwriting. Her unique journey has allowed her a wide array of musical influences, allowing her to draw from a deep well of musical prowess.


Now an alt-pop recording artist, Rowley is set to release her debut album, Orange, on June 30. Previously released singles, Just Like You, Safe (feat. Sean C Kennedy), and upcoming June 16 release The Wolf, will be included in the highly anticipated seven song project. A blend between rock and pop, the music to come will highlight a shift in her musical expression with lyrical density which is destined to leave fans wanting more. 

Beyond her artistry, Rowley stretches her vocal and songwriting talents as a member of folk band Every Echo. They have been heard in a variety of advertisements, including MTV and Discovery+. Rowley also had the opportunity to become the voice provider for SOLARIA, an English native AI vocalist developed by Eclipsed Sounds that provides a professional quality singer to music makers around the world.


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