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Emma Jacob

Emma Jacob

Emma Jacob


"Someone like Emma doesn't come along very often." The speaker is Karen Staley, a premier Nashville songwriter whose songs have been cut by Faith Hill, LeAnn Rimes and Reba McEntire, among many others. She first learned about Emma Jacob through a friend who heard her sing at a showcase. The friend told her that Emma was just a teenager but that she was doing an extraordinary version of one of Staley's more challenging songs titled "With You." The following week Read more on Last.fm
"Someone like Emma doesn't come along very often." The speaker is Karen Staley, a premier Nashville songwriter whose songs have been cut by Faith Hill, LeAnn Rimes and Reba McEntire, among many others. She first learned about Emma Jacob through a friend who heard her sing at a showcase. The friend told her that Emma was just a teenager but that she was doing an extraordinary version of one of Staley's more challenging songs titled "With You." The following week, a skeptical Staley met with Emma's manager and listened to a live recording of the performance. "It brought tears to my eyes," says Staley.

"Not just anyone can sing it because of the vast range, but Emma wears it out. I was touched that someone so young could convey the sentiment so well." Through the years she developed a powerful yet subtle voice and the ability to wring emotion out of every line of a song. The rest - a passion for music and life, her charismatic stage presence, and her clear sense of purpose - are quickly evident to those who've come to know Emma in person. Read more on Last.fm.

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