Orlando’s Emily Kopp Offers Single Download to Benefit Cadence & Cause

One of my favorite Central Florida musicians is Emily Kopp and if you haven’t heard her music yet, here is a chance to pick up her new single, for a donation to charity.

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Her single, “Chasing Streetlights,” is available vis Cadence & Cause for a donation. A small 50 cent donation will provide a child with medication for treatment and protection against the seven most common neglected tropical diseases for a year.

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Out and About: House of Blues Orlando Hosts Local Brews Local Grooves

Yesterday (June 13), House of Blues Orlando hosted an event called Local Brews Local Grooves that featured sampling of beers made in Florida along with live entertainment.

House of Blues Orlando Hosts Local Brews Local Grooves

The event started at 4pm. It cost $5 to get in and then $3 a piece for a 3oz pour of beer. You could get a wristband for $15 that gave you 5 pours and a souvenier plastic cup. No real savings for buying 5 at a time, which I found odd, but I figured I’d buy the wristband to limit myself to 5 samples. We also got a booklet offering beer descriptions and a layout map of the breweries.

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Emily Kopp Returns to Orlando for a Show at BackBooth March 6, 2015

Orlando’s own Emily Kopp returns to Orlando on her current tour of the Southeast U.S. with a show at BackBooth on March 6.

Emily Kopp

Kopp is an engaging singer-songwriter whose sound marries bluesy soulful vocals with indie-pop melodies. She moved to Orlando to study at UCF, and also worked for a local music venue where she learned about the business side of the music. She honed her own sound in the meantime and soon was sharing the stage with artists like Marc Cohn, Brandi Carlisle, and Michelle Branch.

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Emily Kopp to Live Stream Her Orlando Show at The Social on August 1, 2013 @EmilyKoppMusic

Emily KoppAs we mentioned last month, Orlando musician Emily Kopp has a concert scheduled for tonight (8/1) at The Social. Tickets are still available at the door for $12.

But if for some reason you can’t make it and want to see why fans all over are falling in love with her music, she announced yesterday on Facebook that the show will be live streamed on the internet.

Simply log into ustream.tv/channel/emily-kopp-music and you can watch the show at home. She estimates streaming will start around 9:15pm (est).

Orlando’s Emily Kopp to Release New Album October 2013

Emily KoppThis week, via her Facebook page, Orlando musician Emily Kopp let it be known that she will be releasing new music this fall.

The album, currently titled “Serendipity Find Me,” will drop October 15, 2013. I’m sure there will be a release party/show around that date where you can get your hands on a copy.

In the meantime, Kopp will be headlining a show at The Social on August 1, where I’m sure she’ll play tunes from the upcoming album. Tickets are only $10 in advance ($12 day of), and joining her will be Built to Be Broken and Laney Jones.

She also released an album teaser video for everyone to enjoy:

Orlando’s Emily Kopp and Her Band Cover Sara Bareilles’ Hit Single ‘Brave’ in New Video

Orlando musician Emily Kopp has just released a new video where she covers Sara Bareilles’ hit single, “Brave.” It’s beautiful and well done, so I thought I’d share it with you readers.

If you like what you see/hear, Kopp and her band will be headlining a show at The Social on August 1, with Built to be Broken. Tickets are $10.

Here’s the video:

Delta Rae to Play The Social with Emily Kopp and Savannah on January 9 in Orlando

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The six members of Delta Rae blend a variety of Americana influences – gospel, bluegrass, blues, and pop – with four part harmonies to produce songs that are also rich in storytelling.

Touring in support of their 2012 album, Carry the Fire, the band will appear at The Social on January 9, 2013.

Opening will be Orlando’s own Emily Kopp, who is a brilliant singer/songwriter in her own right, along with Orlando’s piano-fronted rock band Savannah.

This all ages show starts at 7pm. Tickets are $12, and are available online and at the door.

The Social is located at 54 North Orange Ave in downtown Orlando.

Here is a video for Delta Rae’s new single, “Dance in the Graveyards”:

Orlando’s Emily Kopp to Bring Winter Tour to BackBooth on December 14

Fresh off a show opening for the legendary Iris Dement, Orlando’s own Emily Kopp will be kicking off her own Winter 2012 Tour this month, which includes a stop at the BackBooth on December 14.

Sharing the stage with Kopp will be Bracher Brown, Connor Zwetsch, and Meg Alfredson.

Tickets are $8 in advance and can be purchased online or just pay $10 at the door the night of. Show starts at 8pm.

Here’s a video of Kopp performing “Some People” live at MEG Studios:

Todd Carey to Play BackBooth on November 28 in Orlando

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Singer-songwriter Todd Carey will be heading out on the road in November and December for his “Winter Tour,” which kicks off in Orlando at the BackBooth on November 28, 2012.

Carey is touring in support of his new EP, The Duets Project, featuring stripped down and more intimate recordings of songs from his catalog.

Prior to this, he released After The Morning After EP, in 2010, which hit the Top 40 on iTunes’ Pop Chart. He has also had songs from his Watching Waiting album featured in the film, Palo Alto, and on MTV’s “The Real World.”

Carey will be playing the BackBooth with Sarah Miles (who also appears on The Duets Project), as well as Orlando’s own Emily Kopp.

Tickets for the show are $10, and can be bought online and at the club.

Want to check out Carey’s music before the show? Here’s a video of “Float Away” (feat. Aylsse Fischer):

Chris Burns and Emily Kopp Play Free Show at Plaza Live on August 19

As mentioned earlier, Plaza live is closing August 20, for a few weeks, to perform some renovations.

To kick off the temporary closing, the concert venue is holding one last show on August 19.

This free concert will feature local musicians Chris Burns and Emily Kopp.

Doors open at 6:30pm and all beer/wine will be $2 for this event.

Plaza Live is located at 425 N. Bumby Avenue. For more details, call 407-228-1220.

Emily Kopp Kicks Off Tour with Will’s Pub Show on July 1

Singer-songwriter Emily Kopp may only be 20, but she grew up playing drums for bands and entertaining the masses at wine bars and coffee shops with her guitar.

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Now she’s striking out on her own with her first single, “How Did We Get Here,” off her upcoming debut EP, Just Clothes.

Her soulful pop has grabbed the ears of artists she’s met working at a live music venue, such as Marc Cohn, Joshua Radin, Joe Bonamassa, and Marc Broussard, whom she now considers to be mentors and friends. She says she also finds herself inspired by artists like Norah Jones, Corinne Bailey Rae and Adele (who currently is #1 on the Billboard singles charts).

In anticipation of the October 2011 release of Just Clothes, Kopp plans to hit the road on a tour of the southeastern U.S. starting with a show this Friday, July 1, at Will’s Pub (1040 N. Mills Ave., Orlando).

Tickets to the show are $8 in advance (purchase online at plazaliveorlando.com) and $10 at the door, and it starts at 8pm.

You can also follow the latest on Kopp, including tour dates, at her Facebook page.

In the meantime, check out Emily Kopp via this video for “How Did We Get Here” – I really like it, and I think you will, too. It can also be downloaded from iTunes.

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