Emily Kopp is a Nashville based artist known for her "bluesy heartache vocals and pop songwriting smarts” (The Advocate). Her hook driven, anthemic songs have led to placements in advertisements for Jetblue, Fitbit, Honey Bunches of Oats, LG, Michelob Ultra, VW, among others. She has shared stages with Matchbox 20, Brandi Carlile, Rachel Platten, Kenny Loggins, performed on countless national festival stages, and has proven that through tenacity and creativity, one can carve out a space uniquely their own in a career that’s fueled by passion and love.
It was during a college internship working as a hospitality runner for artists at an Orlando, FL music venue, when Kopp began touring the Southeast US herself. Student and intern by week, aspiring rockstar by weekend. Much of her tenacity and knowledge about the music industry developed while cutting her teeth behind the scenes. By the time she graduated from University, Kopp had self released an album & toured extensively through the US, laying herself a foundation to pursue music full time. She has since released a sophomore EP “Making Sense Of” (2015), presented at the TEDxGreenville conference, and successfully launched a second musical project - the indie rock powerhouse Midnight Riot, alongside longtime collaborator Justin Beckler. Their songs have been heard on TV’s all around the world sparking from their licensing hit “Never Coming Down”. In an ever changing music industry climate, Kopp has managed to merge entrepreneurship and art seamlessly, continuing to grow as a performer and songwriter, evolving and connecting with her audience.