Emily Drinker set to release 'Starting to Feel', performs at 118 North 4/21
Philly singer-songwriter Emily Drinker is set to release her upcoming album, Starting to Feel, on April 21ist, and will perform at the Main Line's 118 North the same night to celebrate the album release. Drinker blends rock, folk, soul and pop with a ukulele, a backing band, and captivating vocal harmonies through live-looping. Last year she was featured by NPR Music, opened for several of her favorite artists including Joey Dosik (of funk band Vulfpeck) and Bakithi Kumalo (of Paul Simon's "Graceland"), won a prize for a political song she wrote about voting, and has went on tour in Colombia.
Drinker has performed at various local venues including World Cafe Live & Ardmore Music Hall, and at major regional festivals including Firefly, Bethlehem's Musikfest, SXSW, and is billed on this year's 10th Anniversary Beardfest, June 16-18 in Hammonton, NJ. "Emily's impassioned vocals and upbeat instrumentation coalesce into something bigger than love...freedom" - Philly Magazine.
Starting to Feel will be available on all streaming platforms April 21st.
Tickets for Emily Drinker and her full band at 118 North on April 21st can be purchased here: https://wl.seetickets.us/event/Emily-Drinker/472450