Rolling Stone Names Emily Ann Roberts One Of The 20 Best Acts of CMA Fest

All-American sweetheart, country traditionalist and talented singer/songwriter Emily Ann Roberts spent her time in Nashville among hundreds of artists and thousands of dedicated fans celebrating country music at the world-renowned CMA Fest.

As part of the festivities.  The Voice season nine Team Blake finalist took to the Nashville Acoustic Corner stage in the Bridgestone Arenacapturing the capacity audience including critics from Rolling Stone, who named her as one of the 20 Best Acts of the festival, alongside other noteworthy artists such as Trisha Yearwood and Lil Nas X.

“With support from a scaled-down band, Roberts showed off some serious vocal firepower, stretching out stratospheric notes and tossing in tricky runs with the easy confidence of a pro athlete.  But with clever, hyper-melodic songs like “Stuck on Me & You,” Roberts also showed she’s got plenty of other weapons in her arsenal,” praised Rolling Stone. 

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During her dazzling performance, Roberts announced the release of her debut EP “Someday Dream.” The project, produced by Jason Saenz, mixed by Chuck Ainlay and mastered by Adam Ayan at Gateway Mastering, will be available onJuly 12 .

“I’m so excited to introduce myself and my music to the world with my debut EP Someday Dream,” exclaims Roberts.  “I’ve been writing for three years and I’m so proud to be releasing my first project that gives a taste of all that is coming very soon.”

Someday Dream features three previously released songs as well as three new songs.

Track Listing:

Wild (Emily Ann Roberts, Nathan Chapman, Stephanie Chapman)

Someday Dream (Emily Ann Roberts, Jason Saenz, Seth Mosely)

Stuck On Me + You (Emily Ann Roberts, Oran Thorton, Jason Saenz)

Easy On Me (Emily Ann Roberts, Jason Saenz, Oran Thorton, Jen Schott)

I’ve Got Forever (Emily Ann Roberts, Jason Saenz, Heather Morgan)

God Must Have Told You To (Dee Briggs, Julie Forester, Brittany Taylor)


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