Born and raised in Prince Edward Country near Kingston Miss Emily Fennell started her career at age 12 singing her way around county fairs in southern Ontario winning competition after competition with her incredible voice and delivery. By 15 she already had a strong following in Canada, the US and the UK. In 2011 she opened for The Tragically Hip and began a relationship that would change her career and remains tight to this day. “In Between”, her 5th album, features Gord Sinclair and Rob Baker from The Hip and takes you on a musical journey through the streets of Memphis, the Jazz cool avenues of NYC and funky block parties in Motown. Performing at the Canadian Blues Summit in Toronto in February 2019 proved to be extremely beneficial for her and secured her many great slots at major Canadian Blues festivals including Montreal Jazz, Ottawa Bluesfest, Kitchener, Lighthouse and Harvest. There’s an added cool connection between Miss Emily and The Cove – Manager Seamus Cowan who plays bass in her band. Come and see this exciting and incredibly talented rising star whom the music critic at the Kingston Whig-Standard stated “can bring the house down just as well as Janis Joplin could. Do yourself a favour and catch one of her live shows. Quite simply, WOW!”

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