Emily Chambers is a Nashville-based singer-songwriter from Vancouver, BC. Not too long ago, she released a tasty R&B tune, entitled, “Left Alabama”.

Emily Chambers – “Left Alabama”

“I wrote this song when I was driving from New Orleans to Nashville (where I now live) for the first time. I had started the second leg of my first US tour in my 1983 Dodge Camper Van. My bandmate had just left for another tour and I was on my own for the first time. It was an incredibly freeing feeling. Earlier that same year I had quit my day job working in insurance to do music full time, bought said camper van, and planned this tour. I manifested that exact moment; it was badass.” – Emily Chambers

‘Left Alabama’ contains a dreamy storyline, sweet soul vocals, and luxurious instrumentation flavored with retro-soul and modern R&B elements. Also, the feel-good song takes listeners on a joyous road trip with a cinematic homecoming ending. 

Emily Chambers – “Left Alabama”

Emily Chambers – “Left Alabama” artwork

Emily Chambers has been singing the Sister Act soundtrack since she was 3-years-old. Between the ages of eight-to-eighteen, she trained with Canadian Jazz singer Joani Taylor. Also, during that time, she attended Berklee College of Music on a vocal scholarship and performed across the South of France and Italy.

For five years, she ran a 5-piece soul-pop-funk band called Champagne Republic before releasing her solo EP, entitled, “Magnolia”, in 2016. Therefore, get acquainted with Chambers’ 5-track project by streaming it via Spotify.

Emily Chambers – “Magnolia”

 

Chambers splits her valuable time between Canada and the US. So far, she has completed two US tours in her 1983 Dodge 250B. Her noteworthy shows include New Year’s Eve at the Park MGM in Las Vegas and opening for R&B artist Andy Allo at The Mint in LA. Also, she has opened for Jessica Childress at West Hollywood’s Peppermint Club, Delta Rae, Walker Lukens, and the New York-based soul-pop group Lawrence at Biltmore Cabaret in Vancouver.

Her musical influences include Etta James, Aretha Franklin, Carole King, Christina Aguilera, Alicia Keys, Lauryn Hill, Beyoncé, Adele, and Lady GaGa.

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