Fredericksburg Songwriters' Showcase Emily Henry

A child of two musicians, Emily Henry has been playing guitar since the ninth grade and singing since she was old enough to talk. She wrote her first song at thirteen years old, and she is now in the process of recording her first album.

Emily was a finalist in the pop category of the 22nd Annual Mid-Atlantic Song Contest for her song " Las Vegas." She has also received an honorable mention for her song "Birds Without Wings" in the acoustic/folk category of the 10th Annual UniSong International Songwriting Contest.

With her persuasive melodies, intelligent lyrics, and pure, confident voice that has been compared to those of Aimee Mann and Alison Krauss, Emily is well on her way to making a career out of something she describes as "like home to me.

"I've never considered becoming anything else. This is me."

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