8 Sep 2013, London
Emma Stevens
Emma Stevens
Sun 8 Sep 2013 BBC Introducing Stage
Supported by BBC Introducing in the South

Our BBC Introducing headliner at Hyde Park wasn't slow out of the blocks after buying her first guitar at the age of three. Following years of dedication, passion and playing for the likes of the Surrey Youth Orchestra and the Coldstream Guards, Emma Stevens quickly honed her skills as a songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, who can play the guitar, piano, cello, ukulele, banjo and mandolin, among others.

Playing for various support bands, Emma has garnered plenty of big stage experience touring across the world with The Kooks, Mona, Feeder and Incubus.

Recently, Emma's work caught the attention of Radio 2's Chris Evans and she found herself playing for both Chris and guest David Walliams to millions of listeners. Her catchy and enchanting folk-pop was a real hit and we expect big things when her debut album Enchanted is released at the end of September.

Our BBC Introducing headliner at Hyde Park wasn't slow out of the blocks after buying her first guitar at the age of three. Following years of dedication, passion and playing for the likes of the Surrey Youth Orchestra and the Coldstream Guards, Emma Stevens quickly honed her skills as a songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, who can play the guitar, piano, cello, ukulele, banjo and mandolin, among others.

Playing for various support bands, Emma has garnered plenty of big stage experience touring across the world with The Kooks, Mona, Feeder and Incubus.

Recently, Emma's work caught the attention of Radio 2's Chris Evans and she found herself playing for both Chris and guest David Walliams to millions of listeners. Her catchy and enchanting folk-pop was a real hit and we expect big things when her debut album Enchanted is released at the end of September.