• 15 Original Tracks Illuminate Stories of Murder, Self-Redemption, Vengeful Spirits & The Gatlinburg Fires
• Features “Ninety Miles,” A Perspective On Autism—Video Premiere September 6 On “The Boot”
EmiSunshine, the captivating songstress and extraordinary vocalist, is pleased to release her fourth recording project, RAGGED DREAMS, TODAYvia all major digital retail outlets (iTunes/Amazon/Spotify). Live or in studio, EmiSunshine, best-described as “a young Janis Joplin meets the Carter Family Fold,” fearlessly delivers an artistry far beyond her youth. Addressing dramatic and mature subject matter, the 15-original tracks (written/co-written and produced by EmiSunshine) touch on topics encompassing close-to-home tragedies (the Gatlinburg fires and Virginia floods) and imaginative, homespun stories portraying murder, deceit, vengeful spirits and incarceration. RAGGED DREAMS also features the poignant track “Ninety Miles”–a personal interpretive perspective on Autism. The corresponding, live-performance “Ninety Miles” music video is slated to premiere on September 6 at 8AM Central/9AM Eastern on TheBoot.com.
In just over four short years, thirteen year-old EmiSunshine has blossomed into a career recording artist and sought-after entertainer. As a headlining act, she performs more than 150 dates per year on some of the world’s biggest stages including the Grand Ole Opry (more than a dozen times), Ryman Auditorium, Stagecoach Fest, MerleFest and Woodsongs. Buddy Miller and Jim Lauderdale welcomed Emi to their radio show; her special guest appearance on The Buddy & Jim Show is slated to run this Saturday evening, August 26 on Outlaw Country (Sirius XM).
EmiSunshine’s talents have been recognized with placement in film, television and books. Her songs, “I Am Able” and “Little Blackbird,” are spotlighted in the “More Than Words” documentary (produced by Grammy winner and founder of the Documentary Channel, Suzanne Holmes); “I Am Able” also appears in the Amazon/Barnes & Noble Bestseller “The Ables.” In May, Emi performed at the 2017 Cannes Film Festival in France for the premiere of Eugene Jarecki’s “The King.” Emi and her family band (The Rain) make a cameo appearance; the film also features her performance of “Danny Ray” from the RAGGED DREAMS album.
I’m still reeling from how cool and awesome she is! My belief in EmiSunshine just gets deeper and deeper every time I experience her talent.Tony Brown
RAGGED DREAMS is insanely good!Stephen L. Betts
Emi just walked out and stormed the place! I love the effect she had on the room; she stole the show. Emi is the real dealMarty Stuart
One word describes EmiSunshine…’Wow’! She blew me away with her rendition of ‘Bobby McGee’ and I wiped tears away when she sang ‘Ninety Miles’ (written for her friend who suffers with Autism). When Emi sings, I believe her.Kenny Dean
Emi is as good a songwriter and singer as there is out there.Jim Lauderdale