Someday Merry is not just another rock band from Middle Geogia. They are a folk inspired, all out rock band that is not afraid to tell their stories or wear their thoughts on their sleeves. Unapologetic, they use the life events that have drawn them closer to relate to anyone who will listen.
Originally assembled as an acoustic trio, Eline Emme has taken her, often times, all telling lyrics and combined them with her new love of the, once foreign, electric guitar. Originally from California but most recently from Austin, Texas she has taken her love of classic rockers like Bruce Springsteen, Melissa Etheridge and R.E.M and combined them with her love of progressive folk artists like Ani Difranco and David Gray.
The other Cali native, Rick Kurhajian has traveled the globe as a Navy man but finally returned in 2004 to the place of his musical start. Driven by his love of music and love of playing live he has returned once again to showcase his, often times, melodic driven bass lines. The, often off color, humor he brings to this trio is as important to this band as is the creativity he brings to the music. Not to be left behind...Holding down the rhythm and creating with his whimsical, jazz influenced, style of playing...Charles Arnold, the only true Georgia native, continues to prove that his presence in this trio is the glue to their sound. A man of few words, his focus shows each time he breaks another pair of sticks.
With appearances at large festivals like The Georgia National Fair to the intimate setting of places like Eddie's Attic in Decatur, GA, their 'play anywhere, anytime' mentality is what keeps them together and doing exactly what they love.