Emma Lin . . known to many as "EM" . . is poised,
has an amazing singing voice and perfect pitch
She is a wholesome, natural extrovert who loves
bringing the joy of her performance to others
People throng to hear her sing and crowds respond enthusiastically
Emma was a featured vocal soloist with the lead-in band for Ronnie Milsap
at GloryFest held in Aberdeen, SD in 2010, and she was invited to sing the
National Anthem at the ‘Daddy of ‘em All’ Cheyenne’s Frontier Days, in 2011.
In 2012 & in 2013, EM performed again on the Bill Riley Stage at the Iowa State Fair
She is a favorite at area Country Music Festivals.
Emma Lin won the National Traditional Old Time Country Music Association's
Junior Performer of the Year and Rising Legend Awards for 2011.
Emma Lin won the Junior Performer of The Year - 2013
at National Old Time Country Music Association's 38th Annual Event - AUG 2013
Emma Lin has sung her patriotic rendition of the Star Spangled Banner
in front of thousands at area sporting events for several years.
Em has sung at University of Nebraska (both Lincoln and Omaha) sporting events,
Men’s and Women’s Basketball, Track, Softball, and at the
NCAA Division II National Wrestling Championships
(she started the finals, at University of NE at Omaha),
at Horseman’s Park Family Day, at Rosenblatt Stadium, among others
Emma was invited to sing the National Anthem in 2011
at the Cheyenne Frontier Days, "The Daddy of 'em All"
as well as to perform on their Open Stage
Em also sings at numerous country music festivals and opry's, in contests,
for banquets, charity engagements & the Iowa State Fair, several times
Emma Lin is a real Midwestern Cowgirl who can be found - - when not singing,
- - - out on the range, riding her horses, S'mores & Java.