Emily Ann Roberts Releases New Single “Whole Lotta Little”



NASHVILLE, Tenn. (October 7, 2022)Emily Ann Roberts is kicking off a new era of music with her first single in two years, “Whole Lotta Little.” Emily Ann is an East Tennessee native who was raised on bluegrass and mountain music and her early influences are palpable in this latest release.  Written by Emily Ann, Trent Willmon, Jeremy Spillman and produced by Willmon (Cody Johnson, Granger Smith), this song is a classic boot stomper with a modern country flair. With over 5,000 pre-saves and pre-adds between Apple and Spotify and over 2.7 million views on a TikTok video of her playing the song acoustically, it’s safe to say fans are thrilled for new Emily Ann Roberts music. “Whole Lotta Little” is available everywhere now! Stream here:

Gotta little house
On the edge of town
Gotta a funny-looking dog running around
Gotta little porch big enough
To hold a swing for both of us
Stealing kisses while sun goes down

“I wrote ‘Whole Lotta Little’ after getting married and moving into my first home with my husband. It was a 900 square feet apartment but it felt like a castle to me because it was ours. A lot of times in life we think the big flashy things will make us happy but the biggest blessings in my life are the little ones. I’m big on the little things and living a simple life and I hope this song makes other people appreciate the little things in their life too. From the fiddle to the lyrics, this song is country through and through. It sounds like the mountain music I was raised on and takes me back there every time I sing it,” says Emily Ann Roberts.

Some will remember Emily Ann from her time spent on Blake Shelton’s team on NBC’s The Voice where she was the runner-up on Season Nine. Since then, she has spent the last few years on the road opening for superstars like Reba McEntire, Blake Shelton and more. She is becoming a consistent face at the Grand Ole Opry and will be appearing again on Wednesday, October 12. She is on the road this fall for a number of dates, for tickets or more info, please visit

Emily Ann Roberts Tour Dates:
Oct. 8 – Groveland, Fla. – Backyard Tour
Oct. 10 – Nashville, Tenn. – Whiskey Jam
Oct. 12 – Nashville, Tenn. – Grand Ole Opry
Oct. 14 – Knoxville, Tenn. – Horse Haven of Tennessee Fundraiser
Oct. 20 – Pigeon Forge, Tenn. – Dollywood
Nov. 3 – Nashville, Tenn. – Skydeck on Broadway (w/ David Nail)
Nov. 4 – Memphis, Tenn. – Graceland
Nov. 5 – Burlington, N.C. – Backyard Tour
Nov. 11 – Orlando, Fla. – Ole Red
Nov. 12 – Lehigh Acres, Fla. – Backyard Tour
Nov. 19 – Oshkosh, Wis. – Winnebago County Fair
Dec. 9 – Wise, Va. – Zion Family Ministries
Dec. 10 –  Bluefield, Wis. – Historic Granada Theater
Dec. 11 – Knoxville, Tenn. – Redemption Church

About Emily Ann Roberts
Influenced by artists like The Chicks and Dolly Parton, Emily Ann Roberts, named one of Rolling Stone Magazine’s “Best Acts of CMA Fest 2019” aims to take her love for authentic, classic country and make it fresh and new. In her hometown of Knoxville, TN, she was raised on mountain music and bluegrass. Her love for the sound shines through each release and sets her apart. In 2015, she placed as the runner-up on NBC’s The Voice. Roberts then began co-writing and recording her own music in Nashville while playing shows at venues across the country opening for big name artists like Reba McEntire and Blake Shelton. Fans can see Emily Ann’s boot stomping live show at over 30 dates in 2022. After dedicating three years to original music, she released the song, “Stuck On Me + You”, followed by “I’ve Got Forever” in 2018, both positively received by fans with over 1.2M streams. Roberts released her debut EP, “Someday Dream,” which landed at number two on Billboard album charts. She returned to The Voice stage to perform the title single “Someday Dream” receiving a standing ovation from all four judges. Most recently, Roberts released her highly-anticipated TikTok hit, “Whole Lotta Little,” and plans to continue releasing music through the year.

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