Emmaline Sister Liberty

Sister Liberty – Emmanate

Roots Music composer Sister Liberty harmonises her lyrical honesty with her distinctive percussive style. A positive presence, drawing from her Polynesian heritage and original musicianship as a drummer percussionist, she translates this through her music into infectious rhythms combined with a melodic flow of poetry, creating a unifying and inspiring vibe.

As both a powerful songstress and a versatile songwriter, her spirited, playful nature coupled with her vibrant yet grounded emotion express her passion and authenticity. Her earthy natural vibe emanates spirituality and sensuality, a seductive strength, which she engages audiences with in a celebration of life!

Sister Liberty’s artistry is a mix of soul, reggae, funk and folk with world music flavours. The danceable grooves are uplifting, while the songs also reflect a soothing calm, spreading messages of Love, Peace and Unity.

‘Emanate’, is Sister Liberty’s new album, which captures a full sounding reggae & groove vibration, highlighted with luscious harmonies and quirky percussion instruments. Check it out on Soundcloud below

https://soundcloud.com/emmaline-anderson/love-well/s-7GT7h

https://soundcloud.com/emmaline-anderson/all-over/s-siWrP

https://soundcloud.com/emmaline-anderson/soul-fire

https://soundcloud.com/emmaline-anderson/dance-warriors/s-ss0BZ

https://soundcloud.com/emmaline-anderson/every-moment-emanate

Sister Liberty (Emmaline Anderson) has a long history of live performance and festival work. Performing Original works as a solo artist, also duo, trio and band situations, at key events such as the Wallaby Creek Festival, Tablelands Folk Festival, the Cairns ‘Up Tempo’ World Music Festival, Kuranda Roots Festival, Woodford Folk Festivals’ ‘Women Up Front’ and ‘Murri Tent’, support act for New Zealand Band ‘Moana and the Tribe,’ numerous ‘Carnival on Collins’ Street Carnivals, and ‘Women In Song’ concerts held at The Cairns Tanks Art Centre, played to an audience of 2000, at the Christchurch Town Hall. Recording on Women of AustraNesia’s debut album.

As well as being an established performer, Emmaline is an experienced facilitator of the ‘DrumBeat’ Music Therapy program, and Drumming Circles; Body Percussion, Poi twirling & Poi making, Salsa and Hula Dance workshops.

With an organic ability to blend with artists, musicians, venues and communities, to establish understanding, respect, and harmony. Emmaline delivers her services in a professional, reliable manner. Her talents and energy complement any entertainment engagement or learning arena.

Sister Libertys rich diverse gifts, musical sensitivity, and her delight in sharing and uniting through song, enables her to flow with musicians and audiences of all walks of life, ages and cultures.

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