Emma Hannah's busy career in the music industry began in her teenage years. After early classical training, she became very involved in the flourishing Folk movement, and has been a professional singer and musician from that time on.
Appearing on a variety of television shows, she made regular appearances on Gary Shearston's 'Just Folk' TV Show during the mid 60s, along with concert performances across a wide area of the Eastern states of Australia
Then in the early 1970s along with Ricky & Tammy she became a regular on John Williamson's popular 'Travlin' Out West' TV series, further enhancing her national profile with personal concert appearances and regular club spots. Later on she made many more appearances on television, including 'Reg Lindsay's Country Homestead'.
Since that time Emma has continued to travel widely, appearing at a variety of prestigious venues all across Australia.
To date, Emma has recorded four solo albums and her single 'Angel of The Morning' won her a national award for Best Country Record of the Year in 1979.
Available here are her last two albums: 'Wayfaring Stranger' recorded in 2006, and 'Songs To Dream On' which was recorded in 2011 and is newly released.
With every song, the power and soul of Emma's voice and her engaging personality continues to delight audiences wherever she goes.
Watch for Emma's personal appearances at venues around NSW and interstate.