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Emma first appeared on the stage with the renowned family band The Donovans, performing church song renditions with her mother Agnes, her five uncles and maternal grandparents Micko and Aileen.

Since then, Emma has toured & recorded with the best in the Australian music scene including Paul Kelly, The Teskey Brothers, Paul Grabowsky, Spinifex Gum and the late Uncle Archie Roach and Aunty Ruby Hunter. Emma is also well known for her work with the highly regarded Melbourne rhythm combo The Putbacks & the extraordinary Black Arm Band project.

The 80min concert(plus interval) will include her trademark soul/country songs and new music recorded in Gumbaynggirr and Noongar languages. Emma proudly is one of the First Nations artists, spearheading efforts to put traditional languages on the music map. She will also share stories, providing her audiences with an understanding of Country & community.

Joining Emma (vocals/ukulele) with be Steve Magnusson (guitar) & Samuel Anning (double bass).

– Venue is wheelchair friendly; we accept Companion Cards and KultureCity Sensory Bags are available at the front desk
– COVID-19 Safety Guidelines apply. Please do not attend if you feel unwell.

Event Details

Time: 7:30pm

Venue: Cummins Theatre

Cost: Free Entry


Contact: Leanne Bryant

Phone: (08) 9041 3295

Email: mcc@merredin.wa.gov.au

Event Date(s)

Tuesday 9 July 2024