Aboriginal musician

Emma Donovan

Origin
Nambucca Heads, NSW, Australia
Genre/styles
Country, Gospel, Reggae
About

Emma Donovan sings in English and Gumbayngirr. Emma was an original member of the vocal trio Stiff Gins.

Her father is from the Naaguja and Yamatji people of Western Australia, her mother is a Gumbaynggirr/Dhangatti woman from Nambucca valley on the mid-north coast of New South Wales.

Website: http://www.emmadonovan.com

Discography

Changes

Released
2008-02-12
Tracks
  1. Changes
  2. Not Even a Breeze
  3. Stuck In My Mind
  4. There You Go Again
  5. Get Over It
  6. Koori Time
  7. Somethings Missing
  8. Don't Stop a Good Thing
  9. Caught Up In a Situation
  10. Sunshine
  11. Gumbaynggirr Lady
  12. Feathers

Ngarraanga Ngiinundi Yuludarra (Remember Your Dreaming)

Released
2009-05
Tracks
  1. Ngarraanga
  2. Changes
  3. Try
  4. Just A Kid
  5. Lullaby
Notes

Ngarraanga is a tribute to the Stolen Generations. It includes traditional language.


Emma Donovan & The PutBacks for SOS Blak Australia

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Released
2015-10-16
Tracks
  1. Down City Streets (featuring Archie Roach)
  2. Blackfella / Whitefella (featuring Tim Rogers and Joelistics)
Notes

All artists have given their time and sale proceeds are being donated to SOS Blak Australia.


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