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Virtual Unreality Features Gumbaynggirr Musican Emma Donovan

Today on Virtual Unreality (Friday 2 pm) host Chris interviewed Indigenous Australian singer-songwriter, Emma Donovan. The soulful singer speaks about her new album with Melbourne band, The Putbacks. The album is called Don’t Give Up On Me. From her website:

“Emma Donovan is an acclaimed Indigenous Australian singer and songwriter best known for her work with soul bands, The Putbacks and The Black Arm Band project. She has also toured and recorded with Archie Roach and Ruby Hunter, Spinifex Gum, Christine Anu, Yothu Yindi, Jimmy Little and Paul Kelly among others. On her mother’s side, Emma is part of the famed Donovan family of singers of the Gumbaynggirr people, of what is now known as Northern New South Wales. On her Father’s side, Emma is of the Yamatji people, of what is now known as Western Australia.”

To listen to Emma’s interview and the rest of this week’s Virtual Unreality visit virtualunreality.com.au

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