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HIT Productions presents

Emma Donovan

5 Apr 24

The B

Be among the first to hear songs from Emma’s highly anticipated new album, Til My Song is Done.



Friday, 5 April 2024




The B

Running time

80 minutes, no interval


$30 – $59.90*

*Early Bird pricing has ended for this event.

Q Member$54.90
Groups 8+$54.90
30 & Under$30




Celebrated Indigenous singer and songwriter, Emma Donovan, has been sharing her stories and songs for more than twenty years, fusing the power of classic American R&B, soul and country with the unique cultural perspective of her Noongar and Gumbaynggirr ancestry. Along the way, she has collaborated with the legendary likes of Paul Kelly, Christine Anu, Yothu Yindi, Uncle Archie Roach, Aunty Ruby Hunter, and many more.

This concert will include songs off Emma’s highly anticipated new album Til My Song is Done, set for release on 19 April via Cooking Vinyl Australia. (Pre-order the album here!)

Emma explains, “Til My Song is Done is both my new single and also the title track of my upcoming album. The lyrics ‘no rest til my voice is heard’ pretty much sums it up. I’ll never stop singing until I can’t sing no more. I want to go down in history doing what I love doing; and that’s to sing. I sing for everyone and everything, my kids, my family, my community, my people. My songs are never done. I have a story to continue and finish.”

“I wanted to approach the album as a clean slate, but looking back at what makes me who I am,” Donovan explains. I began by asking myself, who am I? Who is Emma Donovan? And what do I want to do? I want to be the deadly granddaughter, niece and daughter. I want to make my family proud. Til My Song is Done is honouring that legacy of our family country music ways.”

All songs were co-written and produced by Emma and Mick Meagher (The Putbacks, The Bamboos, Kate Ceberano, The Pigram Brothers, Ross Hannaford) with the two sharing a powerful, creative connection, harking back to their shared Black Arm Band days.