Emily Kirsch: Just Another Memory
Like many vocalists, Emily began singing in church at the age of six; it was there the music director recognized her prodigious talent. "Mr. Craig" greatly influenced Emily to pursue her God given gift of song. As her mentor, he offered her the opportunity to perform publicly in churches and cabarets. At the age of ten, Emily sang with the The Lost Colony Chorus, under the direction of Mr. Craig Price, accompanied by the North Carolina Symphony in the Blue Skies and Red Earth Celebration of North Carolina's Musical Heritage. Mr. Price's untimely death in 2008 was a tragic loss for her.

Emily's first exposure to bluegrass music came from Russell Johnson of The Grass Cats. He relates: "to me, Emily has a one in a million voice, she's able to take any song and make it her own with her heartfelt delivery and stylistic interpretation." Mr. Russ encouraged Emily to pursue her love of music and helped form a group of musicians known as Supper Break Band. Emily was the lead vocalist and guitarist. Her first recorded solo was on Russell Johnson's CD, ANYTIME, ANYPLACE, BUT ONLY YOU, released 2011 by New Time Records. With the release of her first solo CD, "Just Another Memory", she has achieved yet another dream.

Emily lives in Four Oaks, North Carolina.  An honors student in her junior year at South Johnston High School, she is active in school sports, playing golf, basketball, and softball.  Emily is dedicated to her church and youth group.  She encourages everyone, no matter what his or her style, to always "embrace the music".
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