Emily Ann Roberts’ Sold-Out Show At Nashville’s Station Inn

Emily Ann Roberts’ Sold-Out Show At Nashville’s Station Inn

The songstress delivered two powerful, 50-minute sets

Welcomed special guests Alex Miller and Jerry Sally and earned a pair of standing ovations from the packed crowd, including one following the performance of her ballad, “The Building.”

Roberts and her band then took to the Hard Rock Stage at the Hard Rock Cafe the following morning to perform her high-energy latest releases “Whole Lotta Little,” “He Set Her Off” and more for a crowd of hundreds that was singing right along with her.

With her standout performances during CMA Fest, Roberts further solidified her status as one of country music’s most dynamic up-and-comers as she readies to roll out more new music this year and hits the road for numerous shows, including opening slots for Clint Black and Ashley McBryde.

About Emily Ann Roberts
They say the way to the biggest stage is practice, practice, practice. And that’s exactly what Emily Ann Roberts has done, paying her dues from tiny stages in Knoxville to the biggest stage of all, the Grand Ole Opry. Since launching her career, Roberts has now played the coveted Opry stage 16 times. Before that, she made a name for herself on Blake Shelton’s team on The Voice before she’d even graduated from high school. In a way, being named as a runner-up was the biggest win of all. Because now, with all of that performing, songwriting and recording experience, Roberts has already racked up more than 19 million streams and was named one of Rolling Stone magazine’s Best Acts of CMA Fest.  Growing up in East Tennessee, Roberts was raised on Smoky Mountain music, bluegrass players, and country artists from every era: from Loretta Lynn and Dolly Parton to Miranda Lambert and Cody Johnson. And all of that has prepared her to bring the country back to country music. Working with producer Trent Willmon means she’s collaborating with some of Nashville’s most prolific songwriters. So now, Roberts finds herself surrounded by people who are like-minded about making country music that will make its mark in the studio and on the stage. “I am passionate about entertaining. I do love singing, and songwriting has become a means to an end for me. I write so that I can take those songs and perform them, not the other way around.” With that, it’s safe to say that country music is in good hands with Roberts.

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