Emily’s song ‘For Free’ (from her fifth album ‘A Bit Of Blue’) is the featured song on the latest episode of Aled Jones’s new podcast ‘Oh My Goodness’.  Presented with Canon Ann Easter, former chaplain to Her Majesty the Queen, the series highlights good news stories and unsung heroes.  You can listen to the podcast here.  Aled has been a fan of Emily’s music since 2007 as the first DJ at BBC Radio 2 to play her songs and interview her when he was the presenter of the show ‘Good Morning Sunday’.  You can hear more of the album ‘A Bit Of Blue’ here.

Cane toads, snakes and ruthless crows… read Emily’s new blog post about her life in the Australian bush one year on from her arrival. Work on her sixth album is progressing, despite the heat and the flies. If you want to know when it’s finished, please join Emily’s mailing list and she’ll keep you posted. Photos and stories from Emily’s life in the bush can be found on her Instagram feed.

Despite the crazy heat in Australia, work is progressing on Emily’s new album.  Read her latest blog here.  You can follow her life in the Australian bush on her Instagram feed.  Here is one of the videos she posted the other day of a baby wallaby rescued by Christian’s brother from the side of the road.  Wishing you all a very merry Christmas and a happy new year.

Emily did her first mental health hospital gig in Australia yesterday when she performed for young people and staff on the adolescent mental health ward of Queensland Children’s Hospital in Brisbane.  Together with her husband Christian Dunham on double bass, Emily sang some of her songs and talked about her own story of mental illness and recovery.

Emily is a patron of the UK mental health charity Restore and has performed many times for hospitals and groups in the UK.  For more information about her award-winning work in mental health, please see https://www.emilymaguire.com/music-for-mental-health.  If you would like to talk to Emily about performing for your hospital or group in Australia, please contact us.

Read Emily’s new blog post for World Mental Health Day.

Emily performed her first mental health hospital gig in Australia yesterday for young people and staff on the mental health ward of the Queensland Children’s Hospital in Brisbane.  Together with her husband Christian playing double bass, Emily sang some of her songs and talked about her own story of mental illness and recovery.

Emily has performed for many hospitals and groups across the UK.  More information about her award-winning work in mental health can be found here: https://emilymaguire.com/music-for-mental-health/. If you would like to talk to Emily about performing for your hospital or group in Australia, please contact us.