Tag Archives: Emma Stevens

Emma Stevens, To My Roots. Album Review.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating 9/10

Emma Stevens has been heroic and sensual in her music as she releases songs and plays live to audiences, now in To My Roots, the singer/songwriter, written with long time friend Charlie Midnight, takes the next step on her journey and strikes out of the whisper and into the realm of the tigress prowling her domain, protecting the creativity that has been nurtured but also knowing with bold assuredness that they stand on their own two feet and roar willingly on their own accord.

Emma Stevens, Enchanted. Album Review.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating 9/10

The amount of depth that is afforded to Emma Stevens, the wisdom in the music that gives a lift to the mood, even when the lyrics betray other sentiments that may in other hands bring the frame of mind down, makes Enchanted a beautiful beast of an album in which to appreciate the delicate bouquet of relished beaming roses.

Emma Stevens, Gig Review. Zanzibar Club, Liverpool.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating 91/2/10

It took a smile, the easiest of human reflexes and the most disarming to understand that this was going to be a set in which love would not just be felt but would in turn become admiration and fully encompassed respect. For Emma Stevens, the smile she wore for almost the entire set inside Zanzibar was not one of falseness, not just placed there in which to entrance an audience, but one of the most honest beams you ever likely to see on stage by a musician as they perform a set of music that just stole the heart.