Whether it's The Social in Orlando, FL, the Trocadero in Philly, or any of the other top-tier venues
that Emery might show up at, this is just one of those bands that you have to see up close and personal sooner or later if
you're a post-hardcore rock music fan. Head out and see what all of the excitement is about by snagging a few seats, which
will bring you to the forefront of the action as Emery looks to rock the stage once again at a venue near you.
is a post-hardcore rock band that you just can't duplicate anywhere outside of the stands alongside your fellow fans, though
that's not something that you're going to learn sitting on your couch wondering how the concert is getting on. Emery has been
all over the place since they first launched onto the scene back in 2004 with a hit album, and it didn't take long for them
to become staples of the rock scene as they toured the country lighting up the stage with one blistering track after another.
Once you're actually there, you'll be glad that you're not anywhere else.
Where did this
band first come together?
Emery may be playing mainly out of Seattle these days, but it all started back in Rock Hill,
South Carolina, where Toby Morrell, Devin Shelton, Matt Carter, Josh Head, Joel Green and Seth Studley came together with
their musical passion and talent level to create a band that just keeps in churning. With a combination of both music scenes,
Emery brings a unique blend of post-hardcore rock music that has been capturing the imaginations of rock fans all over the
country, helping them build a very big fan base that helps make each and every one of their shows worthy of checking out.
you know there are 11 total members that have been associated with Emery?
Including talented touring members like Andy
Nichols, Dane Anderson and Andrew Nyte, Emery has seen plenty of different artists contribute to their success, making for
a unique blend of musical talent that you're unlikely to find anywhere else if you're looking for post-hardcore played at
its highest possible level.
Though it was Toby Morrell, Devin Shelton, Matt Carter, Josh
Head, Joel Green and Seth Studley who first came together with this band back in the early 2000s, Emery has survived several
different manifestations that has shown how strong the original formation was by the founding members. These days, it's Morrell
still bringing it on lead vocals and acoustic guitar, not to mention the bass and rhythm guitar as well, and Josh Head is
also still doing his thing on keyboard, piano and percussion. Added into the mix are Matt Carter and Dave Powell, who play
guitar/sing vocals and the drums, respectively.
Emery Hit Albums
With five studio albums under their belt,
Emery has had their fair share of big hits, though it seems their popularity simply continues to grow. Their first album,
This Weak's End, brought fans a great idea of just how talented they are, but they kept going with a steady stream of hits
ever since as they've gained a reputation as being one of the harder working bands in the biz. After success with This Weak's
End, Emery ended up pumping out another album a year later, in 2005, which was called The Question. They were back at it two
years later with I'm Only a Man, and two years later again for both In Shallow Seas We Sail and We Do What We Want, which
were both substantial hits with their growing fan base. With that type of consistency, everyone is already anticipating their
next album effort, which is already underway.
Emery Concert Experience
There has never been a better time
to head out to a great concert loaded with moments that you'll be talking about well after it's over. Sure, there are plenty
of ways to listen to music these days, but it's a completely different experience to actually be there so you can feel the
pulse of the crowd and watch your favorite musician take the stage for an unforgettable concert experience.
rock band knows a things or two about connecting with a live audience, making it always a good idea to put down the remote
and head out for a night of music that will have you reaching for the playlist as soon as you get home. The concert experience
is nothing short of unbelievable, as any fan can attest, but it's still something that you have to get immersed in if you
want to truly appreciate. When a great band like Emery to the stage, the energy will be nothing short of unbelievable, giving
you plenty of reasons to click off the sound system and head out to see it all happen before your very eyes as Emery looks
to put on yet another great show for their dedicated fan base.