EmiSunshine's performance at The Z has been rescheduled. Ticket holders: please expect an email with next steps.
From her team: "It is with great disappointment that we have decided to postpone our show at the Zeiterion Theatre in New Bedford, MA on Sept. 9 due to Illness and possible COVID-19 exposure. We are extremely concerned about the health and safety of everyone in our band, venue staff, and audience and do not wish to expose anyone to the harms of this extremely contagious variant. We look forward to playing for you on Thursday May 5, 2022."
Rolling Stone named 17-year-old EmiSunshine among “10 New Country Artists You Need to Know,” but she is more than country! With music described as “old-timey,” the East Tennessee native adds her own unique contemporary blend of roots music that is equal parts Americana, bluegrass, gospel, blues and jazz.
The exceptional talents of critically-acclaimed teen music prodigy EmiSunshine have captured the nation’s attention since she was 9 years old. The singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist has been hailed by outlets such as No Depression, Billboard and Rolling Stone: “Sounds like the spunky, intense little sister to artists Iris DeMent, Natalie Maines, Nanci Griffith and Janis Joplin.” She has appeared on "American Idol," “The Today Show,” NBC’s “Little Big Shots,” “Pickler & Ben,” the Grand Ole Opry and elsewhere. In 2018, she was featured in the Grammy-nominated Elvis Presley documentary film “The King,” alongside Rosanne Cash, Emmylou Harris, Ashton Kutcher, Alec Baldwin and other stars.
“Family Wars” is EmiSunshine and The Rain’s most personal project to date. With 10 songs and one bonus track, the album addresses domestic violence, dysfunctional families, political corruption, mass murder, lost love, and freedom—those who have it, and those who seek it.
- No Depression
Stage Door Live is truly a unique experience, with seating, full bar and the artist all on stage with you.
Seating is limited to approximately 125 seats per show, bistro-style with four at each table. Most tables are general admission, reserved seats at premium table are available.
Enter through the red stage door on Spring Street and Acushnet Avenue. Accessible entry available at the main theater entrance on Purchase Street.