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Emme Packer

Emme Packer was born and raised in Farmington, Utah, a small town just outside of Salt Lake City. As a child, Emme wandered the home singing and making instruments out of boxes and rubber bands. At 13 years old she taught herself how to play the guitar by visualization and memory. She played and sang in her room with no one knowing of her talents until she reached 18 years old when she decided to record an album independently. The album was released without her ever having played an actual gig in her life. Most of her close family and friends heard her for the first time on this 2003 album tit ...read more

Emme Packer was born and raised in Farmington, Utah, a small town just outside of Salt Lake City. As a child, Emme wandered the home singing and making instruments out of boxes and rubber bands. At 13 years old she taught herself how to play the guitar by visualization and memory. She played and sang in her room with no one knowing of her talents until she reached 18 years old when she decided to record an album independently. The album was released without her ever having played an actual gig in her life. Most of her close family and friends heard her for the first time on this 2003 album titled, “Dirty Street.” In 2005 Emme wrote, recorded and produced her second independent album, titled, “Better Luck Next Time,” and began playing shows on a regular basis. 2006 was spent on the road, supporting her second album with a west coast tour. In January, 2007, Emme released her latest album, “ Joy. The Machine.” on her own newly formed label, Blue Siren Records. This is the first year Emme will be touring with the support of a full band. When asked about her ideas and inspiration for writing, Emme says, “All my prominent life experiences from the day I was born to now are written about. Music is my only way to get my emotions out and to feel that I’ve grown in some way. We all have our struggles and our stories: this is what my music is about. « hide

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Earlier, Later
2009

Joy. The Machine.
2007

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Better Luck Next Time
2005

Dirty Street
2003

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