Emily Osment stopped by Fox 5 studios in New York City on Thursday morning (March 25), appearing on ‘Good Day New York’ for an interview and live performance of ‘You Are The Only One’. The ‘Hannah Montana’ star talked about her EP ‘All The Right Wrongs’, her gig at The Fillmore New York at Irving Plaza and writing music since she was little. Video of the brief interview and performance at myfoxny.com has since been removed.
The Chicago Sun Times spoke with Emily Osment in a brief Q&A about her debut EP and wrapping up ‘Hannah Montana’. Asked whether her co-star on the Disney show gave her advice with her new music career, Emily responded, “I didn’t ask for advice about music from anyone down on the set because there would have been all kinds of questions about ‘Why are you not going with Disney?’ ‘Why with Wind-up [Records]?’ I wanted this label because I wanted to be on an indie label and [break out] the music the way most new bands do, by playing grungy clubs and pizza palaces, and that’s exactly what we did.”
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Emily Osment is out with the music video to her new single ‘You Are The Only One’, the second release off the pop singer and actress’ debut EP ‘All the Right Wrongs’, out now on Wind-up Records. Watch it via YouTube below.
Emily Osment checked in with fans on her YouTube channel with a video discussing her upcoming ‘Clap Your Hands’ Tour, which kicks off March 7th at House of Blues in Anaheim. “It’s gonna be fun. Make sure you’re ready to dance, tastefully of course,” the 17-year-old said. “I’ve been working hard on my full length record for these last couple of months all over the place, and working with some fantastic people.” Visit officialemilyosment.com for the full tour schedule and find out how you can get tickets. Watch the message below.
Emily Osment checked in with fans on her SayNow, talking about new songs they’re working on at rehearsal for the 2010 Canada tour, also wishing them a happy New Year’s and great holiday.
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Emily Osment checked in with her guitarist Kylen Deporter for an impromptu cover of ‘I Don’t Need No Doctor’ by Ray Charles on the bus somewhere between New York City and Baltimore. Watch Emily on the guitar and Kylen on vocals below.
Emily Osment stopped by Yahoo! to talk about how her music career was jump-started, wishing she was more educated on how to play guitar, her favorite song on the ‘All the Right Wrongs’ EP, the writing process, the first time she heard her song on the radio, what’s on her iPod, which TV shows are her favorites, and more.
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Emily Osment checked in with fans on her YouTube, talking about her tour with Push Play, which the ‘Hannah Montana’ star said she’s “so stoked about.” She also talked about efforts to get some tour dates scheduled outside North America. Watch the update below and check out the tour dates at officialemilyosment.com.
Emily Osment performed an acoustic version of her new single ‘All The Way Up’ live on ‘Good Day Atlanta’. The ‘Hannah Montana’ star talked about her history on the Disney Channel hit, being tight with her co-star Miley Cyrus, wanting her music career to be “completely separate” from ‘Hannah Montana’, being influenced by Alanis Morissette on her new EP ‘All the Right Wrongs’, and her future plans.
The interview and performance at myfoxatlanta.com has since been removed.
Emily Osment checked in with fans on her YouTube channel, answering questions about her new EP ‘All The Right Wrongs’, including her favorite song on the disc and the most exciting thing about the EP’s release. “It’s good for me because I get to put out something that is my heart and soul, and you get to see – when I’m acting on stage you don’t get to see me, you get to see a character, and when you’re writing music it has to be you,” Osment explains in the video. Watch it below.