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About Emerson Drive

The young men in Emerson Drive are the penultimate example of how much commercial country music has changed over the years. They take the appeal of the modern-day boy band, mix it with the songwriting skills of Nashville's Music Row union scribes, and lay down some twangy instrumentation over contemporary pop songs. Some call their music Nashville Bubblegum; others think of it as the natural progression of commercial country today.

Listen toEmerson Driveon Rhapsody

The young men in Emerson Drive are the penultimate example of how much commercial country music has changed over the years. They take the appeal of the modern-day boy band, mix it with the songwriting skills of Nashville's Music Row union scribes, and lay down some twangy instrumentation over contemporary pop songs. Some call their music Nashville Bubblegum; others think of it as the natural progression of commercial country today.

About Emerson Drive

The young men in Emerson Drive are the penultimate example of how much commercial country music has changed over the years. They take the appeal of the modern-day boy band, mix it with the songwriting skills of Nashville's Music Row union scribes, and lay down some twangy instrumentation over contemporary pop songs. Some call their music Nashville Bubblegum; others think of it as the natural progression of commercial country today.

About Emerson Drive

The young men in Emerson Drive are the penultimate example of how much commercial country music has changed over the years. They take the appeal of the modern-day boy band, mix it with the songwriting skills of Nashville's Music Row union scribes, and lay down some twangy instrumentation over contemporary pop songs. Some call their music Nashville Bubblegum; others think of it as the natural progression of commercial country today.