Maybe, a duet with Emily Hatton and Australia Country Music favourite Troy Kemp, paints bitter–sweet memories of a past connection. The ballad questions whether different past actions would have changed the present, but ultimately affirms, “I’m worth more than maybe.”
Emily is an Australian Country singer–songwriter based in Melbourne. A firestorm on stage, Emily’s energetic and charming presence delivers catchy hooks and personal stories with relevance and authenticity.
When just 5 years old, she developed a love of musical theatre. At 17 her focus and inspiration shifted towards the likes of The Dixie Chicks, Dolly Parton and Alison Krauss. By 19 she had discovered the guitar and a love for song-writing, stemming from her desire to turn her emotions into words and poetic messages about her own experiences.
She has performed and toured nationally, including at the Tamworth Country Music Festival, and in the same line-up as artists including Jake Sinclair, The Wolfe Brothers, Eight Second Ride and Jade Holland. She says, “Music is something that crosses language barriers and remains timeless. To be able to share that with every single person who comes to shows, listens to my songs, sings words I’ve written, that’s the best feeling.”