Emma Wright is a 16- year old professional vocalist, songwriter and musician from Meaford, Ontario. Born in Cranbrook, BC, she moved to Blue Mountain at a young age, where she grew up with her sister and parents.
Emma has been singing since she was four years old, and throughout the years has gained experience playing at many different venues across the province. Emma is well known for being one of the youngest musicians (14) to play at Boots and Hearts Country Music Festival, the second largest country music festival in North America. Emma has sung the Canadian and American National Anthem at many large events and ceremonies. She enjoys performing at festivals, restaurants/bars and community/private events.
At 13 years old, Emma released her debut single, "Heroes On The Wall" in support of PTSD initiatives. In 2018 she released four more songs; "Desperate", "High on the Mountain", "Stone Fiddle" and "I Have a Dream".
Emma is incredibly thankful for the music community, fans, family and friends for all of their love and support. She states, "I feel so blessed to be able to share my love of music to those who listen".