Emily Grove has had a varied and exciting musical journey, from high school choirs and coffeehouses to Berklee College of Music, to television appearances to tours in the UK and Europe. Being willing to jump into new adventures resulted in a two month tour of the UK, US, and Canada, opening up for and performing with British artist David Ford. She also had her own headlining tour in Germany, Bulgaria, and England. She sang backup for David Gray on the Today Show, and for Social Distortion at the Stone Post Summer Stage. She recently put on a sold out Joni Mitchell show, featuring some of Asbury Park’s most talented musicians. She’s performed regularly with Glen Burtnik in his many large productions, including “The Summer of Love” and his British Invasion, Beatles, and Last Waltz shows. She’s opened for a host of national artists, including Brett Michaels at the State Theater of NJ. She’s recorded with David Ford, Glen Burtnik and UK artist Jack Henderson, among many others.
As a solo act, she’s won awards for “Best Female Acoustic Act” at the 2011, 2012, 2013, and 2014 Asbury Music Awards, and won three Jersey Acoustic Music Awards (best female singer [2011 and 2012]/female songwriter ). She has recorded an EP, “Way Across the Sea” Produced by Jack Daley, and a full CD, “Life of A Commoner,” produced by Seventh Wave Studio, and is working on a new EP. She’s also painted herself gold for Tara Elliot’s performance of “Goldfinger”, danced next to Natalie Portman in a Bar Mitzvah scene on Saturday Night Live, and threw a girl out of a car for Darren Aronofsky’s Montana Meth commercial. Every day brings a new, unusual experience.