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Annalise Emerick

Nashville Open Submissions Results for The Deli's Year-End Poll 2015 for Emerging Artists

2015 may be behind us, but we here at the Deli spent the past year with our ears tuned to the future. Now that the dust from our most recent journey around the sun has settled, we're excited to reveal the results of our Open Submissions poll. We asked local Nashville artists to submit their work, and the list below reflects our editors' rankings of what we received. Next we'll be revealing the results of our local jurors' nominations, followed by one more round of voting by our readers and our writers. Stay tuned and keep it coming in 2016, Nashville.

Step Sisters Score: 7.5/10

10 String Symphony Score: 7.5/10

Cosmic Coast Score: 7.33/10

Birdtalker Score: 7.33/10

Smooth Hound Smith Score: 7/10

Damned Rivers Score: 7/10

Annalise Emerick Score: 7/10

Honorable Mentions:

Erin RaeRobert Sieben's Sidecar SazeracJack BerryOh GrandpaAshley LeoneThe DragThe IgnoristBrave TownFuture ThievesGnarly ParkersMichael McQuaid

Annalise Emerick Debuts Video for "This Love Won't Break Your Heart"

Just in time for your holiday music roundup, Annalise Emerick has unveiled her video for "This Love Won't Break Your Heart," from her seven-track debut EP, Starry Eyed. Directed and produced by Tyler Evans and David Lavender, the video follows Emerick on her way to a party and ends, in true Nashville fashion, with a group of friends surrounding the backyard fire pit.

"This Love Won't Break Your Heart" was co-written with John Flanagan and, fittingly, weaves "Auld Lang Syne" throughout a song about new beginnings.

To stream Starry Eyed or check out some behind the scenes shots from the video, visit Annalise Emerick's official website.


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