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JEMS is a trio made up of Singer/Songwriters Emily Colombier, Jessica Rotter and Sarah Margaret Huff. Through collaborations on their own projects, they discovered how beautifully their voices blended and decided to share their music with the world. Sarah Margaret Huff’s bright soaring timbre is combined with Emily Colombier’s rich soulful earthy quality and met in the middle by Jessica Rotter’s colorful blend of the two. Playing shows as JEMS, the trio feature the music of all three songwriters as well as a reinvention of songs of yesteryear. JEMS create musical moments that sparkle and shine.

 
Emily Colombier is a singer/songwriter born and raised in Los Angeles, the daughter of French film composer Michel Colombier and an American cellist Paula Hochhalter.  Raised in a home filled with music, creativity and self-expression were family values.  Emily graduated from UCLA in 2008, and has been songwriting, collaborating with other musicians, and performing around the country ever since.  In 2015, her cover/duet "Stay-Animal Mashup" with singer-songwriter Jessica Rotter caught the attention of several music blogs, hit the #1 spot on Hype Machine, and is about to hit 1 million streams on Spotify.  Emily is currently recording her first solo album, scheduled to be released Fall of 2017.

Emily Colombier is a singer/songwriter born and raised in Los Angeles, the daughter of French film composer Michel Colombier and an American cellist Paula Hochhalter.  Raised in a home filled with music, creativity and self-expression were family values.  Emily graduated from UCLA in 2008, and has been songwriting, collaborating with other musicians, and performing around the country ever since.  In 2015, her cover/duet "Stay-Animal Mashup" with singer-songwriter Jessica Rotter caught the attention of several music blogs, hit the #1 spot on Hype Machine, and is about to hit 1 million streams on Spotify.  Emily is currently recording her first solo album, scheduled to be released Fall of 2017.

A compelling songstress, a Southerner, and an old soul are just a few ways you could begin to introduce Sarah Margaret Huff. Her creative world was first formed in her hometown of Meridian, Mississippi, a place that allowed her musical interests to bud into the free and adventurous style that comes through in her music today.  From Nashville, to Brooklyn, and now Los Angeles, Sarah Margaret has resided in and explored various artistic cities while forming her own sound and songwriting style. She plays with an unmatched fervor that is, at the same time, both passionate and melancholic. Sarah Margaret's smart, playful lyrics and enticing melodies give listeners insight to the imaginative songstress' world - and invites them in to hear more.  

A compelling songstress, a Southerner, and an old soul are just a few ways you could begin to introduce Sarah Margaret Huff. Her creative world was first formed in her hometown of Meridian, Mississippi, a place that allowed her musical interests to bud into the free and adventurous style that comes through in her music today. 

From Nashville, to Brooklyn, and now Los Angeles, Sarah Margaret has resided in and explored various artistic cities while forming her own sound and songwriting style. She plays with an unmatched fervor that is, at the same time, both passionate and melancholic. Sarah Margaret's smart, playful lyrics and enticing melodies give listeners insight to the imaginative songstress' world - and invites them in to hear more.

 

Jessica Rotter is able to transcend creative boundaries and defy what’s expected of a modern female musician. The songstress’ voice has been heard across multiple genres, from movies, TV shows and commercials to backing vocals and collaborations with other artists—all in addition to her original songs. The list of artists she has worked with reads like a who’s who of the music industry today: Daft Punk, Carole King, Alicia Keys, Sam Smith, Sara Bareilles, and others.  Rotter’s family roots are steeped in music, with her grandfather writing songs for Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin. With this background, Rotter describes herself as a “musical storyteller.” Following the success of charting #1 on HypeMachine with her mashup of Stay/Animal with Emily Colombier, Rotter released her first full length album, Plains. Produced by Cazz Brindis and mixed by Scott M. Smith (Carole King, John Mayer, Katy Perry), the 11 track record is breathtakingly stunning and cinematic. Most uniquely, Plains is organically raw with the listener being able to hear breath in every track, a rarity in today’s over produced musical landscape. She is currently working on her second solo album and touring with her trio, JEMS.  

Jessica Rotter is able to transcend creative boundaries and defy what’s expected of a modern female musician. The songstress’ voice has been heard across multiple genres, from movies, TV shows and commercials to backing vocals and collaborations with other artists—all in addition to her original songs. The list of artists she has worked with reads like a who’s who of the music industry today: Daft Punk, Carole King, Alicia Keys, Sam Smith, Sara Bareilles, and others. 

Rotter’s family roots are steeped in music, with her grandfather writing songs for Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin. With this background, Rotter describes herself as a “musical storyteller.” Following the success of charting #1 on HypeMachine with her mashup of Stay/Animal with Emily Colombier, Rotter released her first full length album, Plains. Produced by Cazz Brindis and mixed by Scott M. Smith (Carole King, John Mayer, Katy Perry), the 11 track record is breathtakingly stunning and cinematic. Most uniquely, Plains is organically raw with the listener being able to hear breath in every track, a rarity in today’s over produced musical landscape. She is currently working on her second solo album and touring with her trio, JEMS.