Rising Country Star And Towson Native Emma White Returning Home For Show At The Recher
TOWSON - Rising country star and Towson native Emma White is returning home for a show next month.
The Towson High School graduate will perform at the Recher on May 12 for her first ticketed headlining show in the Baltimore Area. White has been featured in Rolling Stone’s “10 new country artists you need to Know,” and her hit song “30s” has racked up more than 1.5 million streams on Spotify.
Rolling Stone described her music as “a contemporary approach to country music, with acoustic instruments, hip-hop loops, and pop production all sharing the same space.”
In a recent interview with WBAL, she discussed her career and what it’s like to return home as a star.
“It is a dream come true, and it’s something that gives you validation to keep going,” White said. “I performed at the Recher 15 years ago when I was just getting started. It’s going to be fun to play songs that I’m super proud of and bring people together who haven’t seen each other in a long time.”
“It’s gonna be a great hometown hootenanny,” She added.
Tickets for the show are available here.
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