Emily Kopp

Emily Kopp is a 22 year old soul/folk/singer-songwriter based out of Orlando, FL. Growing up playing behind the drums for bands and strumming covers on her guitar at wine bars and coffee shops, this young star has discovered her potential. After working at a live music venue since the Summer of 2010, Emily has been inspired by artists that have stopped by such as Marc Cohn, Joshua Radin, Joe Bonamassa, The Civil Wars, Ani DiFranco, and Marc Broussard. She went from being their hospitality/dressing room assistant to someone who is now paving her own path in the industry. As a kid, Emily was inspired by artists such as Norah Jones, Stevie Nicks, John Mayer, Tracy Chapman, and Sara Bareilles. Now after finding her own voice, Emily shares a similar soulfulness that blends beautifully with those same artists who she has always admired. On June 21, 2011 Emily released her first single "How Did We Get Here" with her debut EP "Potential" being released on November 19, 2011. In her short career, Emily has already played with reputable touring artists such as Michelle Branch, Parachute, Boyce Avenue, Brandi Carlile, and many more. She has been a part of the Florida Music Festival lineup in both 2011 & 2012, as well as the Orlando Calling Festival in 2012, which included artists like Gavin DeGraw, The Avett Brothers, & The Killers. She has been busy touring, and establishing herself in the Southeastern US with trips planned to all of the major markets throughout 2012. Kopp is currently working on her first full length record.

Built to be Broken

We are of the opinion that lives well lived won’t fit in boxes, but we’ll try to flesh it out a little. We are from Orlando, FL, a town more known for famous mice and palm trees than any particular musical ‘scene’. We (Tom, Tony and Benji) have known each other for the better part of our lives and are more like brothers than bandmates. Love, laughter and fighting included.

We love music. More than that, we love people. We believe that albums are shaped from experiences. Experiences can be good or bad, but it’s what you learn from them that shape whether or not the album will be a good one. This album was birthed from three years of those experiences. Things like learning to love, learning to live, having friends die and learning to still have fun.

We love this record. We hope you do too

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Emily Kopp with Built to be Broken

Thursday, August 1 · 8:00 PM at The Social