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Interview with Emily Minor & Sawmill Road

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North Carolina native EMILY MINOR first grabbed the attention of music fans as a top fifty finalist on American Idol. Emily quickly realized she belonged in Nashville. Shortly after her time on the show, Emily made the move to Nashville and began writing and recording. Emily's self-titled EP is a lively collection of convincing stories, undeniable emotions, and astounding vocals that is as honest and lovable as Emily herself. Having written four of the six songs herself, Emily is quickly catching the interest of country listeners and members of the music industry. 

Well known for their live shows and always a crowd favorite, SAWMILL ROAD performs with unparalleled enthusiasm, dynamic stage presence and an amazing ability to connect with the crowd. Their current album is entitled Cryin', Lovin' & Drinkin'. The debut single from the album is Whiskey Burn - an upbeat, harmony driven song that during a recent meeting in Nashville was said to have "a hit chorus" by the head of Curb Records John Osher. The four-piece country band hails from Northumberland County, Ontario and consists of Duane Eddy on lead vocals and rhythm guitar. Rob Hood on lead guitar and vocals, Noel Savage on drums & Shane Chapman on bass guitar and vocals. 

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