515-B North McDonough St.
Decatur, GA, 30030
Doors 7:00 PM / Show 8:00 PM
With music dubbed a marriage between "bluesy heartache vocals and pop songwriting smarts" (The Advocate), Emily Kopp has cultivated a career uniquely her own. Her musical beginnings sparked at a young age, developing throughout her teenage years when she learned to play alongside others, exploring the drums, guitar, and singing, as a pioneer in her high school's rock band. This continued through college, as she booked herself cover gigs around town. Soon enough, Kopp had earned an internship at a local music venue, working in the office by day and providing hospitality for National touring artists by night. Much of her tenacity and knowledge about the music industry developed while cutting her teeth behind the scenes. However, it didn't take long before she was in the forefront herself, writing songs, deciding to pursue music full time.
She began touring the Southeast during her Junior year of college, and by graduation in December 2013, Kopp had laid herself a foundation as a full time touring artist. She has shared stages with Matchbox 20, Brandi Carlile, Marc Cohn, Phillip Phillips, Kenny Loggins, Boyce Avenue, The Gin Blossoms, and later had the honor of presenting at the TEDxGreenville conference (2015). Kopp has released a full length record, “Serendipity Find Me” (2013), which was followed by her sophomore EP, “Making Sense Of” in 2015. Later that year, she launched a new project, Midnight Riot, alongside writing partner/producer Justin Beckler. The two have since landed songs in major commercials campaigns for JetBlue, FitBit, Honey Bunches of Oats, Mary Kay, LG, Michelob Ultra, VistaPrint, and more. In an ever changing music industry climate, Kopp has managed to carve out a space all her own, continuing to grow as a performer, entrepreneur, and songwriter, continuing to evolve, and connect with her audience.