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StudioRCC Singing in the industry with Emily Hanks

All you need to know to make Music your main source of income hosted by Emily Hanks

All you need to know to make Music your main source of income hosted by Emily Hanks

About this Event

Last Minute Productions, Music Studio Redfern Community Centre and Emily Hanks present a free online 6 week program.

The 6 week program includes:

Week 1 : Professionalism, what is it and what is expected of you

Week 2 : Network building, your gigs ARE your network

Week 3 : Promo material, why it's important how to create it.

Week 4 : Social Media and its Role in getting you gigs

Week 5 : What to do once you've got the gig

Week 6 : How to keep your gigs for a long time and create recurring business.


Emily Hanks is a soul, pop, funk, blues and jazz aficionado. Honing her skills from the young age of 15: her sound is earthy, gritty and rounded in all the right places. Her voice has been described as, ‘listening to honey coated velvet’.

As a performer she has graced the stage of many of Sydney’s prestigious venues and events including; performances at Thredbo Jazz Festival, Soulfest, the official Earth Hour event with Peter Garrett, Telstra Stadium singing the national anthem for the Rugby World Cup, The Sydney Cricket Ground, The Morning Show on Channel 7 singing backing vocals for Stan Walker, and also singing backing vocals at the 2012 Aria Week celebrations for Jason Derulo’s signed artist - Arlene Zelina.

In 2017 she reached #8 on the iTunes charts with her Ministry of Sound collaboration track ‘Horses’ produced by Teddy Cream and Szabo. Also in 2017

she was featured as a back vocalist on the Warner single, ‘Loneliness’ by Karise Eden.

She has also supported acts such as Coolio (Gangsta’s Paradise), Something With Numbers, Ms Murphy and has shared a stage with Paulini, Stan Walker and Nick Oliveri (Queens of the Stoneage) and many more.

Companies she has performed for include, Macquarie Bank (2019), AMP (2019) Shell (2019), Telstra for the Business Women’s Awards (2019), Google (2019), Facebook (2018), Sephora for a grand store opening (2018) and IBM (2019 & 2018) for their annual Think Summit and running and arranging a pop up choir for them (2018).

Category Arts