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Announcing a Special Women-Centered Concert This Friday: Emma Back Live w/ Zili Misik @ ArtsRiot

Announcing a Special Women-Centered Concert This Friday!

I am honored to be opening for the all female Haitian-influenced band Zili Misik this Friday, August 5th at ArtsRiot in Burlington VT.

Come dance to women-driven rhythms, female powered vocals and soak up the general vibe of feminine power onstage!

When: Friday August 5th, Doors 8pm, Show 8:30 (I go on promptly at 8:30)
Where: ArtsRiot - 400 Pine St Burlington, VT 05401
Tickets: $8 Click here to pre-purchase online
RSVP & More Info on Facebook

About Zili Misik:

Zili, founded in 2000, has been bridging cultures, generations, and continents for 16 years. All female, Zili performs an acoustic & electronic fusion of roots music of the African diaspora. With captivating sounds that evoke the African continent, Zili retraces routes of forced exile and cultural resistance through diasporic rhythm and song. Powerful Haitian, Brazilian and West African rhythms infuse Zili's original creations and traditional folksongs. Reconnecting Haitian mizik rasin, Jamaican roots reggae, Afro-Brazilian samba, Afro-Cuban son, and African American spirituals, blues, jazz, and neo soul, Zili Misik honors its influences while creating a sound that is uniquely its own: New World Soul.

photo courtesy of     Bloom Machine Photography  

photo courtesy of  Bloom Machine Photography 

About Emma back:

Emma Back is a dynamic and passionate performer. Songstress, vocalist, fiddler and live looping artist, she emerges from Balkan, French, Klezmer and Americana Folk influences. With Sensual, Bold and Raw Expression, she uses a loop pedal system to create an intricate sonic experience yet her songs embody at their core the simplicity and heart of the troubadour. Emma’s lyrics have been called “visual to the point of a cinematic short film” (Colorado Music Buzz), invoking the voice of the divine feminine and world issues of war and diaspora. Her powerful presence onstage creates a sacred intimate space where her audience can touch their humanity and deepest longing for connection.


Earlier Event: June 16
Women In Song