Earle grew up in small town, Texas on daring and iconic country artists like Buddy Holly and Johnny Cash. She moved with her family to Colorado Springs right before high school, where she found cause to pick up her first guitar - a local venue she wanted to perform at required she play an instrument. Despite her parent's warnings of the harsh realities of the music industry, Earle continued on her path. She attended Berklee College of Music in Boston, and upon graduating within three years, further honed her performance and songwriting skills by busking in New York City's subway stations to pay rent. To this day she swears it was the best job she ever had.
In 2012, Earle competed on Season 3 of NBC's The Voice, where her rousing rendition of Johnny Cash's "Ring of Fire" awarded her a spot on "Team CeeLo". Earle has since relocated to Nashville, TN, spending the past two years writing and performing. She has toured Canada and the United States extensively, playing coveted venues like The Soiled Dove in Denver, the Mucky Duck in Houston, the City Winery in Nashville, as well as Music City's famed, CMA Music Festival. In addition to being featured in American Songwriter magazine, Earle has shared the stage with The Muppets, artists such as David Wilcox, Peter Bradley Adams, and has been a special-guest, support act for her uncle, Steve Earle.
"Emily Earle has a truly authentic country voice."