Hailing from Oregon US, singer-songwriter Emme Lentino spent time in Seattle, New York and California before settling in New Zealand. The multi-faceted singer-songwriter, musician, film producer and actor is going from strength to strength establishing a global presence and expanding her loyal fan base. A highly-accomplished songwriter with meritorious vocal prowess, Emme’s remarkable capabilities have garnered an impressive number of achievements. These include noteworthy syncs: Emme’s tracks have featured in several daytime television shows including ABC’s One Life to Live and All My Children.
Not restricted to music performance, Emme has also appeared in successful off-Broadway productions as well as establishing significant artistic collaborations including working with DJ/producer Vasili Gavre, writing, recording and performing a song for the Victoria’s Secret national BIOFIT campaign. She has appeared on TVNZ Good morning show, The AMC channel, Hotel Cafe (Los Angeles) Piano’s & The Bitter End (NYC), Musexpo with A&R Worldwide and performed for over 4 million V8 Supercars fans. She was also a featured artist on Skysport and performed at The Tamworth Country Music Festival in Australia.
Her work in the film industry is also noteworthy, as Executive Producer for several indie UK films and her musical score for a short film. Emme has also cultivated a much-lauded awareness for fellow indie artists, utilising her respect in the music community as well as in her capacity as Co-Host for the Eddie & Emme Show on Heart of Indie Radio, to draw attention to indie musicians. With a significant body of work that encompasses multiple music genres such as pop-rock, electronic & Americana, Emme Lentino is primed to rise to the next level of her blossoming career with the release of Some Other Girl, recorded in London and produced by Al Clay (Pink, Adam Lambert, Backstreet Boys, Stereophonics) and available worldwide on Oct. 2nd
“Don't give up on your dreams! I really believe it's never too late to become what you are destined to be.”
— Emme Lentino