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This biographical article needs additional citations for verification. Please help by adding reliable sources. Contentious material about living persons that is unsourced or poorly sourced must be removed immediately, especially if potentially libelous or harmful. (November 2010) Emerson Hart Birth name Emerson Hart Born July 21, 1969 (1969-07-21) (age 41) Origin Washington, Pennsylvania, United States Genres Post-grunge Occupations singer, songwriter, producer Instruments vocals, guitar Years active 1993 - present Associated acts Tonic Website Official site Emerson Hart (born July 21, 1969 in Washington, Pennsylvania) is a songwriter, vocalist, guitarist and producer. He grew up in Atlantic Highlands, New Jersey. Contents 1 Biography 2 Discography 2.1 Solo albums 3 References 4 External links // Biography Emerson Hart is the lead singer and songwriter of the alternative rock band Tonic. Tonic’s first release, Lemon Parade, was a multi-platinum success, featuring the hit songs, "Open Up Your Eyes" and "If You Could Only See" (the former written by Hart and co-writer Jeff Russo and the latter written by Hart), the latter of which became radio's most played rock song in 1997.[citation needed] In 1999, Tonic returned with their second album and the mainstream rock hit, "You Wanted More". In 2002, Tonic released their third LP, Head On Straight. In 2003, Tonic received two Grammy nominations - one for best Rock Performance by Duo or Group with Vocal for "Take Me As I Am", and the second for Best Rock Album. Hart also co-wrote the 2005 Ingram Hill hit, "Almost Perfect", which reached the top 25 on the Hot AC chart. Hart co-wrote the theme song, "Generation", for the NBC drama American Dreams, which premiered in 2002. He earned an ASCAP award for "Best Theme Song of Television" in 2003. In February 2007, Hart signed a solo record deal with EMI/Manhattan Records to release his debut solo effort Cigarettes and Gasoline. It was released on July 17, 2007. Hart's first two singles, "If You're Gonna Leave" and "I Wish the Best for You", received airplay on American radio stations beginning in summer 2007.[citation needed] Emerson Hart's father Jennings sang for the USO and his mother Sandra was a former television hostess. His father was diagnosed with paranoid schizophrenia and was prescribed medicine to regulate his mental disorder, but he often resisted treatment and he and Sandra divorced in 1977. Jennings may have been off his medication at the time of his disappearance on January 21, 1980. The elder Hart has not been seen since, and was the subject of a song written and recorded by Emerson on Cigarettes and Gasoline.[1] Discography Solo albums Cigarettes and Gasoline (July 17, 2007) Manhattan Records "Run To" - 3:17 "Devastation Hands" - 3:10 "If You're Gonna Leave" - 3:50 "I Wish the Best for You" - 3:50 "I Know" - 3:29 "Green Hills Race for California" - 3:58 "Ordinary" - 3:08 "Vanity" - 4:33 "When She Loves You" - 3:30 "Flyin'" - 4:03 "Friend to a Stranger" - 3:29 "Cigarettes And Gasoline" - 5:10 References ^ "The Charley Project: Jennings Lee Hart". Retrieved 2010-09-25.  External links Official site Emerson Hart on MySpace Emerson Hart at Allmusic v • d • e Tonic Emerson Hart • Jeff Russo • Dan Lavery Dan Rothchild · Kevin Shepard Studio albums Lemon Parade · Sugar · Head on Straight · Tonic EPs Live & Enhanced Singles "Open Up Your Eyes" · "Casual Affair" · "If You Could Only See" · "Soldier's Daughter" · "You Wanted More" · "Knock Down Walls" · "Mean to Me" · "Sugar" · "Take Me As I Am" · "Head on Straight" · "Release Me" Compilations A Casual Affair: The Best of Tonic Related articles Discography Persondata Name Hart, Emerson Alternative names Short description Date of birth July 21, 1969 Place of birth Date of death Place of death