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For a small shire Byron has certainly got what it takes to get through to the finals of Australia’s Got Talent.

The latest addition to the Byron lineup on the show is singer-songwriter Emmy Rose Sorensen.

Emmy joins Byron-based singer Andy Holm, our own homegrown sword-swallower the Space Cowboy, and daredevils Flair Action Sports on the show in the coming week.

Emmy started singing when she was 17 but has really found her mojo since moving to Byron Bay 18 months ago. She still has not performed much in public, so AGT will be a big audience for her

She says her sound is similar to Julia Stone’s and she would love to be as successful as her

Emmy is currently studying for her teaching diploma so she can teach high school kids music.

Australia’s Got Talent screens at 7.30pm Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday on Prime7.

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