Emme Cannon is an artist whose repertoire consists of flowing ballads for life’s unpopular beauties. Along with her mystical lyricism, her music combines chamber pop, indie-folk, and alternative music to create a unique feeling of being in the eye of the storm between peace and chaos.
Emme has shared her “hypnotizing voice and delivery” (The Roanoke Times) with the Boston Book Festival, The Boston Calendar, the Songwriters in the Round (Part IV) at the iconic Grandin Theatre (BB King, Ray Charles), and the Two Track series where her performance has accumulated over 10K views.
Her most recent release “Can’t Say No To You” expresses forgiveness and self-realization in toxic relationships. Her first self written and produced EP, Home Planet explores aspects of life beyond this realm and finding love in life’s uncertainties. She recently graduated from Berklee College of Music, where she studied Contemporary Writing and Production and Songwriting.
Emme Cannon: Berklee Two Track
This Two Track episode features singer-songwriter Emme Cannon performing her original "Bruises" and "Gimme All Your Love" by Alabama Shakes. Her performance features Adam Schwartz on guitar, Angela Morano, Varsha Krish, and Kaia Mac on vocals, Brian Urra and Anne Preis on violins, Sarah Zahorodni on viola, and Thiago Wolf on cello. "Gimme All Your Love" was arranged by Kamorú Gonzalez.