Blues & Soul Singer Emma Wilson has a big fabulous voice and works her great band to the max with her vibrant on-stage persona, moving from heart-wrenching sweet soul licks to powerful blues, her live show is emotional and cool. Emma Wilson Blues Band are touring and recording, For information about Emma's gigs click here.

Emma is featured in the November issue of "Blues in Britain" magazine in the "Introducing" section, there you can see her talk about how she got into blues, her career so far and plans for 2019. Copies can be bought here.



For any booking enquires, please contact: emmawilsonmusic@btopenworld.com




Emma has become the go to singer for bands looking for strong and soulful vocals. Emma has performed and recorded (see Guest Vocalist ) with many other great artists and was invited by Musical Directors Malcolm Bruce & Pete Brown to be a featured singer in the Supergroup Band for "An Evening For Jack (Bruce)" at Shepherds Bush Empire London 2016 (which also featured Ginger Baker, Bernie Marsden, Terry Reid, Mick Taylor, Corky Laing, John Altman and many more). Some other great names Emma has performed with include- Elliot Randall, Pete Brown, Pig Iron, Will Johns, 29 Palms, Martyn Joseph, Steve Rodgers & Malcolm Bruce.

Emma is honoured to front "The Fabulosa Rhythm & Blues Big Band" an amazing collective of the North East's finest musicians brought together by two legendary Teesside musicians and record shop proprietors Ottie (Austin) McLaughlin and Alan Fearnley. Look out for exclusive upcoming gigs on this page!

Emma also fronts "The Monarch Blues Band" a group which came out of Laine Hines' Blues Jam at The Monarch Pub in Camden, London

Click here for Footage of Monarch Blues Band

Emma has also been invited to contribute to a new book entitled Burdizzo Mix Tape Vol.1 where musicians are being asked about the power of music, about why it is important in their lives and what are their favourite songs. Due out 2019.

Emma is also signed as a actor and model to Ugly Models (London).

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