This show is being postponed. New date to be announced soon.
Message from the promoter:
Due to the current circumstances with Coronavirus, Emily Wurramara’s show at Northcote Social on the 26th March will not be proceeding
Please contact the Northcote Social Club Box Office for a refund.
THIS SHOW IS STRICTLY 18+
2018 saw Emily Wurramara’s long awaited mid-year release of her first full length debut album, Milyakburra. A dedication to both her daughter and her home. Emily has teamed up again with award winning producer, David Bridie to complete the album, Emily explains the title: “Bickerton Island or Milyakburra, is where I spent most of my childhood going back and forth from Groote on a little dinghy boat with my grandparents. Milyakburra is where my ancestors established home, the Wurramara tribe. My great great grandfather, Joe Wurramara established a community there on the island. There’s only a school and one shop, right across the road from my grandmother’s house.
Emily’s debut EP, Black Smoke ended up on annual top 100 lists across Australia, including Triple J Unearthed, It’s My Kind Of Scene and hhhappy, with Emily crowned as a Faster Louder act set to dominate and an Aussie act to watch from The Music. With national airplay on ABC local and Triple J, Emily has performed across the country in venues and major festivals including Gaarma, Woodford Folk Festival, Island Vibes, Bellingen Turtle Fest, Blues Fest, etc; with three Queensland Music Award nominations and a win, Triple J Unearthed showcase at Big Sound and showcases at Folk Alliance International in the United States, Emily commands the stage, whether solo, trio or with the full 5 piece band; mesmerising audiences with her deeply personal insight to her life, culture and language.