Emily Faith

Emily Faith

Emily Faith is a 10-year-old award winning singer/ songwriter.  An Oklahoma City native, Emily was born prematurely and, besides receiving the blessing of survival, she was blessed with a God given natural ear and passion for music. She has the innate gift of being able to perform many genres, including country, pop, and gospel.  No matter what the genre, you can hear that her music has the ability of providing the listener with a positive message.

At the age of 6 Emily opened a 4th of July show for President George W. Bush, Marty Stuart and Sawyer Brown.  She soon began writing her own songs at the age of 8, as she addressed her own personal struggle with the all too common topic of bullying.   Within that same year, she had performed the National Anthem at every major arena in Oklahoma, and has gone on to performing at numerous historic venues such as Tootsies and the Blue Bird Café in Nashville,  Johnnie Highs, as well as the legendary House of Blues in Dallas and Hollywood.  She has worked with band members from the Grand Ole’ Opry, the Jason Aldean Band, and theReba McEntire Band and recently released her 3rd CD Oklahoma Dreams.

Emily was named Oklahoma’s Country Music Association and North American Country Music Association’s “Vocalist and Entertainer of the Year” for 4 consecutive years.  In 2012, they named Emily  “Country and Gospel Songwriter of the Year”, as well as “CD of the Year”.  That same year, she was named  “Texaco Country Showdown Winner” for Enid, Oklahoman and was a 2012 Christian Country Music Award “Top 5 Youth in Music” Nominee.  She started 2013 in typical fashion, winning the “Best Young Artist of the Year” award at the Indie Music Channel Awards held at the House of Blues in Hollywood.

When not performing, Emily is a straight-A student in school who loves softball, basketball, cheerleading, dance, acting and modeling.  She is a very compassionate young lady who performs whenever possible for local charities and fundraisers, dedicating a lot of her time helping the Make-A-Wish Foundation and the Stand for the Silent Organization.