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Tate Emmons is an up and coming Southern Gospel Artist who grew up surrounded by a musical family who dedicate their lives to spreading the gospel of Christ. He began singing in church when he was only 3 years of age.

Tate is involved with his children’s and youth group at church, Bible Drills, Fellowship of Christian Athletes and is a member of the Southern Gospel Musician Association (SGMA).  He has a strong compassion for people and a love of Christ that manifest in his every day activities. He not only sings, but plays the guitar, the saxophone and writes music as well. He wrote 6 of the 10 songs on his upcoming project "Means Something to Me". ​

In 2020 he was posted on social media for the first time with “Chainbreaker” and received over 1 million views. Since then, Tate has had over 17 million views across social media platforms. At the young age of 13, he has been blessed to share the stage and be mentored by artist such as Jason Crabb, Mickey Bell, Greater Vision, Southbound, Jeff & Sheri Easter, Ronny Hinson, Tribute Quartet, Scotty Inman, The Browders, Justified Quartet, Todd Tilghman and the Hinson Family. He is committed to delivering a high-quality music and works tirelessly to perfect his musical gifts. He strives to create music that is both uplifting and meaningful.


His music has been described as soulful, inspiring, and heartfelt.  Tate is constantly pushing himself to grow as an artist and to connect with people in new and meaningful ways. His passion is to reach as many as the Lord will allow with his music, songs and voice.  Thank you for supporting Tate on his musical journey!

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