Photo Credit: Suzy Lamont

On October 1st, the Kingston Grand audience will be treated to the release of Miss Emily’s third studio album, “Defined By Love.” In her debut headlining appearance at this historic Kingston venue, Miss Emily – a 2022 Juno nominee - will be joined on stage by her friends Rob Baker and Gord Sinclair, along with a backing band that features some of Kingston’s most sought-after musicians. “Defined By Love” is a warts-and-all diary of lost relationships and found humanity that was produced by Juno award winner Steve Marriner. It features meditations on deception, resilience, pain and strength with co-writing by Rob Baker (The Tragically Hip) and the instrumental genius of Jimmy Bowskill (Blue Rodeo, The Sheepdogs); all grounded in a horn-drenched foundation of soulful blues and unparalleled vocals. Since 2019, Miss Emily has brought the house down at venues across Canada, the US, the United Kingdom and Europe. Now she’s returning to Kingston with a show that will include the new album start-to-finish as well as fan favourites and a few special surprises. In a year which featured a Juno nomination, a second Maple Blues Female Vocalist of the Year award and an International Songwriting award – this is a not-to-be-missed event.

Background Miss Emily is Emily Fennell, a Prince Edward County singer/songwriter who’s been performing for more than 20 years. In that time, she’s recorded six studio albums, received a Juno nomination, is a two-time Maple Blues Female Vocalist of the year as well as New Artist of the year and Sapphire Blues Video of the year. She continues to tour Canada, the US, the UK and Europe and has worked tirelessly for dozens of charitable organizations including the internationally renowned Light of Day Foundation for Parkinson’s research.

For more information on Miss Emily check out her website -


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