Emm Gryner is a singer, author, mentor and a 3-time Juno Award nominee, twice for Pop Album of The Year.
She toured the world singing with David Bowie (1999-2000) and appears as a vocalist and keyboardist on the albums, “Bowie at The Beeb” and “Glastonbury 2000”.
In 2013, Emm helped make history by collaborating with former astronaut Chris Hadfield on his famous version of “Space Oddity”, recorded partially aboard the International Space Station. The song’s video became the first music video filmed in outer space.
Trapper, formed with guitarist Sean Kelly, is Emm's main musical project. The duo is described as a heavy melodic rock duo that performs in both French and English. Trapper’s first shows were in arenas alongside Def Leppard.
Emm holds a diploma in Music Industry Arts and is also a Personal Support Worker for individuals with developmental disabilities.
• in mental health awareness
• that music heals
• that everyone can learn how to be a great singer
• that anything is possible through kindness and compassion