top of page


  • Black Facebook Icon
  • Black Instagram Icon
  • Black Twitter Icon
  • Black YouTube Icon
  • spotify

Born in Toronto, ON Canada, Emma-Lee is a songwriter and artist now based in Nashville, TN writing songs full-time for Sony/ATV and RareSpark Media Group. Most recently she’s co-written songs for Mickey Guyton (The title track from her 2020 EP Bridges as well as All American, Different, Dancin' In the Living Room What Are You Gonna Tell Her? all featured on Mickey's Grammy nominated album "Remember Her Name"), Ross Ellis (Home To Me), Brett Kissel (She Drives Me Crazy, Anthem), Tim Hicks (What A Song Should Do, Wreck This Town), The Washboard Union (Country Thunder, Shut Er Down), Shawn Hook (Good Love), Melanie Dyer (Memphis T-Shirt), Sacha (Standards, Cheers), Port Cities (I Still See You At Parties), Kira Isabella (I’m So Over Getting Over You, I Don’t Wanna Know), Whitney Woerz (Care), Michelle Treacy (Colours), Sam Drysdale (Wasted), Ryan Langdon (Lit In The Sticks, Buck Wild, Crossfaded, Best Night), River Town Saints (A Little Bit Goes A Long Way), Madeline Merlo (Crush), Alee (Only The Strong Survive) and many more, resulting in numerous top 40 radio singles and number ones.

As an artist Emma-Lee has released an impressive body of work. Her 3 full-length albums (Never Just A Dream, Backseat Heroine, Fantasies) and successful singles (Worst Enemy, It Won’t Be Christmas, Not Giving Up On You) have steadily gained fans from around the world since her debut in 2009. It Won’t Be Christmas reached #4 on the Canadian AC Billboard charts in 2016 and has been the #1 most played song on the recurrent chart for the last 5 years! With a knack for writing emotional songs that truly connect, Emma-Lee’s songs have charted multiple times on Billboard radio and have been featured in many film and TV placements such as CBS’s “Beauty & The Beast”, NBC’s “Saving Hope”, MTV’s “Teen Wolf” and "Degrassi: The Next Generation", SYFY’s “Wynonna Earp”, "Dance Moms" and "Hello/Goodbye" to name a few.

bottom of page