Emily Rose Waisempacher is from a small, country (believe it or not) town in New Jersey called Holland Township. She has been singing ever since she could talk. From talent shows to family gatherings, Emily always knew that she wanted to be a country singer.
At the age of 13, Emily picked up her dad's guitar and started learning and writing. Her first appearance with her guitar was on a local radio station called "Heartlands Hayride" where she performed classics such as, Delta Dawn, Tennessee Stud, You Ain't Woman Enough, and many others.
After playing many times on the live radio show "heartlands hayride" emily was picked up for her first steady gig playing rythm guitar, singing harmonies, and appearing on the opening show for the Twitty Fever Band, a conway twitty tribute band, from pa. Three years in the band helped emily craft her talent, style, and performance. By the end of year three, emily was graduating highschool and getting ready to move to music city, nashville.
Since moving to nashville in august of 2012, emily has become a member of sesac, and has been writing vigorously with various writers. She has a strong dedication and passion for her developing her craft as a songwriter and finding her sound as an artist. You can catch emily at various writer's rounds around Nashville Tn.