Emblem3 Alphabet, Day 1 – A to E

Emblem3 has captivated fans across the nation with their rock-reggae style and charming demeanor ever since their audition on The X Factor last year. Brothers Keaton and Wesley Stromberg and their long-time friend, Drew Chadwick, are well on their way to becoming a household name. In honor of their success, Sweety High compiled an Emblem3 Alphabet!

A – America's Got Talent

Emblem3 appear in a background shot in America's Got Talent

Don't blink or you'll miss them! Did you know that the boys of Emblem3 auditioned on America's Got Talent before making it big on The X Factor? They were cut from the America's Got Talent broadcast, but the producers asked them to try out for The X Factor… and we're really glad they did!

Check out this tiny clip that shows Emblem behind the scenes of AGT!

B – "Baby I Love Your Way"
Emblem3 performs "Baby I Love You way" on the 9th week of the X Factor

For Emblem3's 9th week on the X Factor, the boys chose Peter Frampton's "Baby I Love Your Way." The song is an old favorite of Wesley and Keaton's mom, and it holds a very special place in the band's hearts. The performance didn't disappoint!

C – "Curious"

Emblem3 performs their original song "Curious"

"Curious" is one of Emblem3's original songs, keeping with their reggae roots. It's about rising from the lowest points in your life to the highest and finding yourself, and it really showcases Drew's writing at its finest.

D – Drew Chadwick
Drew Chadwick of Emblem3

Born October 1, 1992, Drew Michael Chadwick is one of the founding members of Emblem3, as well as the primary songwriter of the group. He's been good friends with the Stromberg brothers since he was just 13, and has been playing music with them for nearly as long.

E – "Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic"

Emblem3 performs "Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic" at the judges' mansions

During the judge's mansions stage of The X Factor, Emblem3 performed "Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic" by The Police. The cover was a laid-back, islandy ukelele arrangement of the original song, with a great rap segment. Despite a minor fumble during the song, judges Simon Cowell and Marc Anthony knew the boys had the chops to move on to the next rounds.

Hope you loved letters A-E!

Click the letters below to check out the rest of the alphabet:

Also be sure to check out our interview with Emblem3!