Emily Friendship

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Emily Friendship
Background information
Born (1979-01-15) January 15, 1979 (age 35)
Origin England
Genres Pop, Soul, RnB
Occupations Singer, Songwriter
Years active 2005–present

Emily Friendship (born 15 January 1979) is an English singer, songwriter and composer.

Friendship was born in London, the daughter of John and Wendy Friendship. At the age of nineteen, she was offered a place in the cast of Cameron Mackintosh's The Phantom of the Opera.

Friendship's career as a songwriter and composer began with the release of "You're the Kinda Man" on Sarah Connor's album Naughty but Nice. Following its success, Friendship went on to co-write and record with the likes of Guy Chambers (Robbie Williams), Eg White, (Will Young, Joss Stone), Johnny Douglas (George Michael, Kylie Minogue), Jamie Hartman (Will Young) and Joss Stone.

In 2004 Friendship formed a writing partnership with Grammy winner and Oscar nominated songwriter, Rod Temperton.

Following her success as a writer, Friendship moved into recording. Her debut as a recording artist came in the form of a feature on Nate James' Kingdom Falls album, released in July 2007.

Friendship is currently in Los Angeles, California writing and composing for various television and films and is working on her debut solo album.

Writer's discography[edit]