Radio loves Emma Hill, and so will you— if you appreciate a honeyed voice, lonesome pedal steel and catchy, folksy Americana.The Alaskan artist has been bringing her brand of country-tinged folk to venues throughout North America and Europe since 2007. Hill is currently touring in support of her 2011 release, Meet Me at the Moon, which charted worldwide. The album has garnered new fans with its inspired melodies, poignant harmonies, and remarkable lyrical insight. Emma Hill's music is intimate and confessional, recalling Jolie Holland, Kathleen Edwards, and other big-voiced, heart-on-the-sleeve songstresses. Fans of Red Molly and Easton Stagger Phillips will delight in her catchy, but understated, sultry twang. Meet Me at the Moon was released less than half a year after her break-out folk album, Clumsy Seduction. But releasing two albums in such quick succession should not come as a surprise from a young woman who founded her own label, Kuskokwim Records, and released three full-length albums when barely out of her teens.

After spending five years based in Portland, Oregon, Hill has returned home to Alaska this year. But that doesn't mean she's hibernating for the winter – with a pending EP and the next full-length album already written, she's busier than ever. Hill plans to split touring time between her home state, Canada, US and beyond, which means she is likely performing near you very soon. Stay tuned.

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