There are few artists in the world that have achieved the vast variety that Emilie Autumn. As a poet, singer, songwriter, violinist, and writer, she has not only changed music but revolutionized pop culture. When you go to an Emilie Autumn show, you’re not just going to a concert; you’re going to a rock n’ roll masquerade. A burlesque tea-party. A Victorian ball. It’s something that goes beyond just music and lyrics. It’s an art. It’s a theatrical performance. Musically, Emilie is very accomplished. She is an incredible vocalist, and master violinist. She has released two traditional albums, Enchant and Opheliac, and two instrumental albums, On A Day… and Laced/Unlaced. Her much anticipated third traditional album, Fight Like A Girl, is due out this spring. In addition to her solo career, Emilie has collaborated with some of the top artists in music like Otep, Billy Corgan of Smashing Pumpkins, Dennis DeYoung (formerly of Styx) and Dethklok (from
Cartoon Network’s Metalocalypse on Adult Swim). Emilie broke onto the mainstream scene when she collaborated with Courtney Love when she was asked to play violin and perform vocals on her album American Sweetheart. In 2010, Emilie achieved success in yet another niche when she released her first book, an autobiographical novel The Asylum For Wayward Victorian Girls. It’s Emilie’s autobiography (mainly chronicling her bout with bipolar disorder) infused with stories and drawings about her Victorian alter-ego. Emilie is one of the most diverse and multi-talented artists on the planet. You need to experience her live on tour now and pick up her new record, Fight Like A Girl, this spring!