A small band with a curiously large sound, Emma Cook & Questionable Company formed in the thriving Burlington, Vermont music scene.

Three friends combined their nuanced styles to create this all original folk-funk trio known throughout New England and the Midwest for powerful vocals and raw energy; anchored by a tight rhythm section.

Their original music, written by Cook, feels at once familiar, and has an effect that’s pleasing to your mood, your soul, and the dance floor.

 

Drums / Andy Feltus

Vocals, Guitar, Keys / Emma Cook

Bass / Max Guyton


PRESS 

The trio’s newest single “You Know Why” [is] a jazzy folk track that leverages Emma’s incomparably smooth vocals to create something that sounds close to magic.
— The Deli Magazine
The trio brings a light jazzy touch to their uptempo country-pop to create a song that, ironically, would probably sound pretty good on a road trip. [Their tune Nashville] is really the anti-“New York State of Mind”: an upbeat ditty about a bleak bus trip rather than a weepy ballad about how swell the passenger’s feeling.
— Ray Padgett, County Tracks
Take It Home is a fun, breezy album for people who like uncomplicated pop rock. Cook is a formidable songwriter and instrumentalist and will likely continue to impress on future efforts.
— Jordan Adams, Music Editor at Seven Days