Well known on the South West music scene, Exeter-based Emily Howard has been compared with Joni Mitchell, Ani DiFranco, Amy MacDonald and KT Tunstall.
Career highlights for Emily include supporting Josienne Clarke and Ben Walker, John Fairhurst, Philip Henry and Hannah Martin, Jim Causley and Three Daft Monkeys. She’s a regular on the festival circuit, including Port Eliot, WOMAD, Devon Dub Fest and Beautiful Days. Emily is looking forward to playing guitar in the Phil Beer band in May 2017.
“Emily Howard’s beautiful voice soars with her uplifting lyrics to create evocative music rich in inspiration.” Hannah Martin.
Emily is a full time musician, gigging on the weekend; running open microphone nights, leading choirs, accompanying the Big Noise Chorus, and teaching guitar and vocals during the week. Send her a message if you would like a lesson.
Emily is a music leader at Wren Music, a music charity which deliver quality music workshops for people of all ages and abilities. Paul and Marilyn, the founders of Wren, were awarded a Gold Badge by the English Folk Dance and Song Society for their contribution to folk music education.