EmiSunshine Original Tunes (Written At Just 12 Years Old) Featured In Soundtrack Nominated For “Best Music Film” By The Recording Academy EmiSunshine is pleased to celebrate the news surrounding her guest appearance and performance in the
A portrait and musical story told from the back seat of Elvis Presley’s 1963 Rolls Royce, the documentary
“We were all stuffed into the back seat of a hot car, with our instruments for more than six hours…driving the streets of Nashville. It was probably the most uncomfortable and best car ride I’ve ever had. …gives new meaning to the word ‘jammin’!” EmiSunshine said of the experience.
“Emi has two original tunes in the film. I don’t believe there is any other twelve-year-old songwriter, or recording artist, in the history of the Recording Academy that has been recognized with such a grand industry honor,” said Steven Pritchard (Emi’s manager). “This is a BIG career highlight for Miss EmiSunshine.
“Emi’s performance is stacked up against “Life In 12 Bars” (Eric Clapton), “Whitney” (Whitney Houston), and “Quincy” (Quincy Jones), among others in the “Best Music Film” category.