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Emm Gryner is a Canadian pop rock singer-songwriter with several albums to her credit. She won the Canadian Music Publisher's Songwriting scholarship, the Mix 99.9 Songwriting Contest (now Radiostar) and has been nominated 3 times for a Juno Award (twice for Best Pop Album).
In Q Magazine, U2's Bono named Emm's song "Almighty Love" as one of 6 songs from the past 20 years that he wished he had written.
Emm has released 10 albums and runs her own label, Dead Daisy Records. She has performed around the world as a solo artist and has also sung in David Bowie's band on recordings by Rob Zombie and Def Leppard. Emm made her film debut portraying Tracey in the film One Week starring Joshua Jackson. Emm was also the host of the CBC radio program "Under The Covers".
In 2012, Emm started a Canadiana folk-roots trio called Trent Severn. Trent Severn became the first band to receive a phonecall from space when International Space Station commander Chris Hadfield phoned the band during one of their concerts. In May 2013, Emm collaborated with Commander Hadfield on his groundbreaking version of David Bowie's "Space Oddity" which was recorded partially onboard the ISS.