Emilie Mover was born in Montreal on a snowy November evening. She grew up in Toronto and spent some time in New York City where she began singing jazz with her father, saxophonist Bob Mover. She later moved back to Toronto, where she began to play guitar and write songs soon after. She began playing them for an audience at age 20 at the Tranzac Club in Toronto and has been doing so ever since, recently having had the honor of opening for Richie Havens at Hugh’s Room. Her first album ” Good Shake , Nice Gloves ” is available now.
Her song Ordinary Day is fabulous! Her voice is so melancholic, sweet and smooth. You can listen to it over and over again without getting bored.