CoVibes 4 - Emily Wurramara + Volcanic Lovers + Jem Cassar-Daley

28 Nov - 28 Nov
The Imperial Hotel Eumundi has announced 'CoVibes 4' on Saturday 28 November, featuring Originally from Groote Eylandt in the NT, growing up Emily Wurramara loved hearing her uncles sing, but also realised that women from her community rarely sang in public. Wanting to empower members of her community, especially young Indigenous women, to find their voice, Emily embarked on a musical journey that has touched the hearts and minds of audiences across Australia and internationally. Emily’s debut album received an ARIA nomination and AIR award for Best Blues and Roots Album, and she is a six times Queensland Music Award winner. Volcanic Lovers blend their influences in Afro-Latin rhythms with their love of rich harmony and heartfelt story-telling, with a sound likened to a blend of Fat Freddy’s Drop, Jamiroquai and Paul Simon. Leaping onto the scene in 2019, Volcanic Lovers have already graced the stages of Caloundra Music Festival, Bello Winter Music Festival and Mullum Music Festival. Jem Cassar-Daley has a captivating stage presence and plays the piano across a variety of genres. Her interest in music began young, inspired by artists including Missy Higgins, the Dixie Chicks and Carole King. She's recorded and performed live with her father, Troy Cassar-Daley, at a wealth of events and was the opening act for his Greatest Hits Tour in 2019.

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