Emily Whitehurst

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Emily Whitehurst
Birth name Emily Grace Whitehurst
Also known as Agent M
Born (1979-07-23) July 23, 1979 (age 34)
Genres Punk Rock (early), Indie Pop
Instruments vocals, keyboards
Years active 1998 -
Labels Popsmear
Associated acts Tsunami Bomb
The Action Design
Survival Guide
Notable instruments
Bass, Synth

Emily Grace Whitehurst, also known as Agent M, (born July 23, 1979) is an American singer. She originally fronted the punk rock band tsunami bomb, but after departing Tsunami Bomb in 2005, she began working on her new Indie Pop group, Survival Guide.

Career[edit]

Whitehurst joined Tsunami Bomb in 1998 after the departure of original vocalist Kristin McRory. Whitehurst adopted the stage name Agent M at this time, and used it throughout her stay in the band. In 2000, Tsunami Bomb signed to Tomato Head Records and released their debut EP The Invasion from Within!. Their first full-length CD, The Ultimate Escape, followed in 2002. In 2004, the band released a final recording, The Definitive Act, on Kung Fu Records. Tsunami Bomb split up the following year, the members parting on good terms with each other.[1]

Whitehurst and former Tsunami Bomb bassist Matt McKenzie have recently formed another band, The Action Design, with drummer Jake Krohn, and guitarist Jaycen McKissick from Pipedown. Whitehurst has said that The Action Design will be different from Tsunami Bomb, embracing a more experimental approach.

Over the years, Whitehurst has made guest appearances on several other bands' recordings, including the song My Town and Twins on Guttermouth's record Gusto. She also performed guest vocal on her brother Logan's album, Goodbye, My 4-Track. Agent M performed a song with The Bouncing Souls when Tsunami Bomb supported them on tour. She performs on MxPx album, On the Cover II, for "Heaven is a Place On Earth".[2]

Emily Whitehurst and Jaycen McKissick (Tsunami Bomb / The Action Design) have unveiled a new project dubbed Survival Guide. The band's debut 7-inch Hot Lather Machine [7-inch] is due out June 30, 2011 via Side With Us Records.[3]

Family[edit]

She is the sister of fellow musician, the late Logan Whitehurst.

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.tsunamibomb.com/news_detail.php?news_id=64
  2. ^ http://www.vimeo.com/3166900
  3. ^ http://www.punknews.org/article/42464

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