- Lyrical Venus - 20140312 - Emily Zuzik


Emily ZuzikLyrical Venus talks with Emily Zuzik, a prolific singer/songwriter, rocker and sought-after collaborator, Emily Zuzik's wide-ranging career has allowed her to shift fluidly from acoustic folk to electronica and alternative rock. Zuzik, who "mixes the urgent intensity of Ani DiFranco and Tori Amos with the easy cool of Kim Gordon," (Performing Songwriter Magazine) released her seventh studio album, The Wild Joys of Living, produced with Wes Hutchinson in June 2011. With Americana-fueled guitars and sexy Sheryl Crow-tinged vocals, Zuzik has been a well-known name in the New York City music scene for nearly a decade and is headed west to Los Angeles. She has toured extensively across the US and UK and is a featured vocalist on "The Low Hum," off of Moby's album Destroyed as well as the theme to NBC's summer comedy Love Bites. Zuzik is an Epiphone/Gibson Guitars Endorsed Artist, a commissioned musical artist for Esopus Magazine and a vocalist in Erie Insurance jingles and the Blue Man Group Production Saturday Morning Puppet Club. Her songs have been licensed for the CW show Smallville, The Nate Berkus Show, BRAVO's Flipping Out, National Geographic Channel's indie wrestling doc, Slammed, Amsale Girls, the Cuba Gooding Jr. film Ticking Clock and the indie film Fifth Form.