In this special one-off show, Emmy the Great performs a selection of favourite songs (new and old) from her 15 year career in the recording industry. Sunday Times described her latest release, April/ 月音, as “the most melodically joyous of her career.
Emma-Lee Moss is a London-based singer-songwriter, composer and journalist. As Emmy the Great, she has released four albums – First Love (2009), Virtue (2011), Second Love (2016) and April/ 月音 (2020). The Guardian described her as “one of the boldest young writers in pop.”
As a composer, she has written for TV, film, radio and stage. As a writer, she has contributed to the Guardian, Vice, British GQ and others. Emma-Lee is currently working on HEEL, a musical about female wrestling with the playwright Isley Lynn.
Moss was born in Hong Kong to a Chinese mother and English father, and raised in the UK. She sings in English, Mandarin and Cantonese.
Coventry-based Lucy Anne Sale‘s music has been described as “eclectic style-breaking, genre-blending soul-searching, bluesy jazz-edged folk”. A review of her album Sonorama describes her as “blessed with a persuasive voice that has bags of personality, the kind of characteristics that can win over the staunchest of doubters…Don’t come here looking for a quick fix of fem-folk-blues, do come here if you want to linger a while and let Sonorama sink in. You’ll be glad you did.”