Australia first met the now multi platinum-selling recording artist Emily Williams in 2005’s ‘Australian Idol,’ where she won the nation’s heart with her phenomenal talent and true powerhouse voice. Soon after Idol, Emily joined the all-girl group ‘Young Divas’ who enjoyed mammoth success with huge hits such as ‘This Time I Know It’s For Real,’ ‘Happening All Over Again,’ ‘Turn Me Loose’ and ‘Searching.’ After two mega studio albums, countless awards and following their fifth full-scale national tour, the girls decided to disband and pursue their solo careers.
Emily launched her eagerly awaited solo career with the dance track ‘Spellbound’ in late 2010, which brought yet another nod – this time a nomination for ‘Australian Female Artist of The Year.’ Emily’s second solo release ‘You’re Mine’ hinted at a new musical direction; this soulful single premiered live on channel 7 to rave reviews, the track’s soft melody and killer notes confirmed Emily’s title as ‘Queen of the high C’s.’
Having headlined premium venues including the Sydney Opera house and entertainment centres on numerous occasions it was only a matter of time before Emily took things international performing across Europe.
2020 saw Emily releasing her latest album ‘The Emily Williams Collection’, a selection of her favourite songs from throughout her career with a few ‘spanking newie’s’ chucked in the mix.
2021 rolled in a big way releasing ‘Ride With Me feat Emily Williams’ alongside Ricci G and Josh Goodwill for UK Label ‘Love And Other.'
Having a new original album ‘Thirty Something’ slated for release in early 2021 confirms that Emily certainly shows no signs of slowing!