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EMMANUELLE SASSON

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Presenting Alternative Indie Artist ​Emmanuelle sasson

I Am Indi With Your Host Lamont Patterson

Born in New York City and currently residing in South Florida, multi-instrumentalist, singer, songwriter Emmanuelle Sasson asked her father if she could take guitar lessons when she was just 6. When he said yes, Emmanuelle practiced for hours upon hours until “I had to dip my fingers in ice water because they burned so much.”Emmanuelle was seven when she started singing and became a young songwriter by the age of fourteen. That same year, she was diagnosed with severe Scoliosis followed by a back surgery. The emotional and physical change brought down her mental state. Her escape was listening to music by some of her favorites artists; a memorable time when she started to further develop her musical taste.As for her songwriting, Emmanuelle turns every day challenges and pain into her inspiration. “Every time something not-so-great happens in life I just think to myself, ‘It’s okay, I’ll write a song about it.’ Songwriting is my therapy. It helps me release any emotions I don’t know how to express just by speaking. That’s why my songs are so dark. It’s the side of myself that I don’t often show to other people. I'm an open book, but I don’t let everyone read the chapters.”Now, Emmanuelle is preparing to release her new focus track and video for “it’s not me,” which will be released in August. “I wrote ‘it’s not me’ when I was fourteen in front of a piano with nothing but a simple melody stuck in my head. I was angry and confused at something that now, is really not a big deal, but it was at the time. I’ve always had a personal struggle with indecisiveness, and it’s not because I’m a Libra (maybe it is, but I’m sure there’s another reason). I have an ongoing internal war between my head and my heart.

1hr 1min

13 Jan 2021

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Presenting Alternative Indie Artist ​Emmanuelle sasson

I AM INDI WITH YOUR HOST LAMONT PATTERSON & THE GANG!

Born in New York City and currently residing in South Florida, multi-instrumentalist, singer, songwriter Emmanuelle Sasson asked her father if she could take guitar lessons when she was just 6. When he said yes, Emmanuelle practiced for hours upon hours until “I had to dip my fingers in ice water because they burned so much.”Emmanuelle was seven when she started singing and became a young songwriter by the age of fourteen. That same year, she was diagnosed with severe Scoliosis followed by a back surgery. The emotional and physical change brought down her mental state. Her escape was listening to music by some of her favorites artists; a memorable time when she started to further develop her musical taste.As for her songwriting, Emmanuelle turns every day challenges and pain into her inspiration. “Every time something not-so-great happens in life I just think to myself, ‘It’s okay, I’ll write a song about it.’ Songwriting is my therapy. It helps me release any emotions I don’t know how to express just by speaking. That’s why my songs are so dark. It’s the side of myself that I don’t often show to other people. I'm an open book, but I don’t let everyone read the chapters.”Now, Emmanuelle is preparing to release her new focus track and video for “it’s not me,” which will be released in August. “I wrote ‘it’s not me’ when I was fourteen in front of a piano with nothing but a simple melody stuck in my head. I was angry and confused at something that now, is really not a big deal, but it was at the time. I’ve always had a personal struggle with indecisiveness, and it’s not because I’m a Libra (maybe it is, but I’m sure there’s another reason). I have an ongoing internal war between my head and my heart.

1hr 2mins

13 Jan 2021

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Blue Hawaii, Emmanuelle Sasson and Notes82 remember when

The BLOCK with Bryson Worden

Back at it again with the latest from Blue Hawaii, Davis Miller, Notes82 and more on this packed episode, alongside discussions surrounding LGBTQ+ representation and a discussion surrounding the word “urban”. ----------------- Connect with Southern Fried Philosophy : https://southernfriedphilosophy.com/-----------------Connect with Perfect Brew . Com : https://www.perfectbrew.com/-----------------Connect with the Fresh Underground Podcast : https://redcircle.com/shows/fresh-underground-podcast-----------------Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/the-block-with-bryson-worden/donations

54mins

15 Jun 2020

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"EMMANUELLE SASSON" Musician, Singer/Songwriter

THEVIBESHOW97.9

Very heartfelt interview with the super amazing musician! Taking us on an amazing journey into her life, and the beginning of her career. Sharing a very touching story on coming down with an illness as well as having a surgery wich she explained took her into a mental state of depression, but through music found comfort. Also touching on creating her debut project "SMOKE & MIRROWS based on her real life experiences, and so much more!!!--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thevibeshow979/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thevibeshow979/support

41mins

10 Mar 2020

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Presenting Alternative Indie Artist ​Emmanuelle sasson

I AM INDI WITH YOUR HOST LAMONT PATTERSON & THE GANG!

Born in New York City and currently residing in South Florida, multi-instrumentalist, singer, songwriter Emmanuelle Sasson asked her father if she could take guitar lessons when she was just 6. When he said yes, Emmanuelle practiced for hours upon hours until “I had to dip my fingers in ice water because they burned so much.” Emmanuelle was seven when she started singing and became a young songwriter by the age of fourteen. That same year, she was diagnosed with severe Scoliosis followed by a back surgery. The emotional and physical change brought down her mental state. Her escape was listening to music by some of her favorites artists; a memorable time when she started to further develop her musical taste.As for her songwriting, Emmanuelle turns every day challenges and pain into her inspiration. “Every time something not-so-great happens in life I just think to myself, ‘It’s okay, I’ll write a song about it.’ Songwriting is my therapy. It helps me release any emotions I don’t know how to express just by speaking. That’s why my songs are so dark. It’s the side of myself that I don’t often show to other people. I'm an open book, but I don’t let everyone read the chapters.” Now, Emmanuelle is preparing to release her new focus track and video for “it’s not me,” which will be released in August. “I wrote ‘it’s not me’ when I was fourteen in front of a piano with nothing but a simple melody stuck in my head. I was angry and confused at something that now, is really not a big deal, but it was at the time. I’ve always had a personal struggle with indecisiveness, and it’s not because I’m a Libra (maybe it is, but I’m sure there’s another reason). I have an ongoing internal war between my head and my heart.

1hr 3mins

15 Jan 2020

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Presenting Alternative Indie Artist ​Emmanuelle sasson

I Am Indi With Your Host Lamont Patterson

Born in New York City and currently residing in South Florida, multi-instrumentalist, singer, songwriter Emmanuelle Sasson asked her father if she could take guitar lessons when she was just 6. When he said yes, Emmanuelle practiced for hours upon hours until “I had to dip my fingers in ice water because they burned so much.” Emmanuelle was seven when she started singing and became a young songwriter by the age of fourteen. That same year, she was diagnosed with severe Scoliosis followed by a back surgery. The emotional and physical change brought down her mental state. Her escape was listening to music by some of her favorites artists; a memorable time when she started to further develop her musical taste.As for her songwriting, Emmanuelle turns every day challenges and pain into her inspiration. “Every time something not-so-great happens in life I just think to myself, ‘It’s okay, I’ll write a song about it.’ Songwriting is my therapy. It helps me release any emotions I don’t know how to express just by speaking. That’s why my songs are so dark. It’s the side of myself that I don’t often show to other people. I'm an open book, but I don’t let everyone read the chapters.” Now, Emmanuelle is preparing to release her new focus track and video for “it’s not me,” which will be released in August. “I wrote ‘it’s not me’ when I was fourteen in front of a piano with nothing but a simple melody stuck in my head. I was angry and confused at something that now, is really not a big deal, but it was at the time. I’ve always had a personal struggle with indecisiveness, and it’s not because I’m a Libra (maybe it is, but I’m sure there’s another reason). I have an ongoing internal war between my head and my heart.

1hr 2mins

15 Jan 2020