Arts Commons Presents | PCL Blues
A special radio broadcast
Recorded from the Jack Singer Concert Hall
Friday, September 10 at 9 p.m.
One Night Only! On CKUA’s Friday Night Blues Party.
“An angelic voice with just a hint of sultry devilishness. This gal is a rocket ready to take-off!” - Rob Baker.
If a member of The Tragically Hip says it, it must be true. Miss Emily’s voice has got to be heard to be believed - raw, expressive, transitioning flawlessly from a plaintive cry to a sonorous growl, weaving blues, country and rock while she does it. Miss Emily is unafraid to dig deep when she sings, tackling big, messy feelings in her songs – and you can feel it in every note.
Wowing Canadian audiences since she was 12 by belting out hits by k.d. lang, Miss Emily has since become a rising name in blues music, sharing the stage with Bruce Springsteen and winning Best New Artist at the 2020 Maple Blues Awards.
Pre-recorded from the Jack Singer Concert Hall stage with the help of the venue’s state-of-the-art sound upgrade, Miss Emily will hit the radio waves Alberta-wide on CKUA’s Friday Night Blues Party on September 10 at 9 p.m.
“Miss Emily Fennell can bring the house down just as well as Janis Joplin could. Never seen Miss Emily live? Do yourself a favour and catch a live show. Quite simply, WOW.” – The Kingston Whig Standard
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