Never Ending Fling!
The Embury’s are a suave three-part harmonic act from Peterborough consisting of Emily Burgess lead vocals/guitar, Marcus Browne on drums/vocals adding in Dawson McManus on bass rounding out the unique bluesy rockabilly-infused flare. They have been making their musical treks across the globe being recognized as an internationally acclaimed trio who is definitely leaving a stupendous impression as they continue to trailblaze since 2017. With fan base and industry recognition mounting everywhere they perform; consequently, they are becoming the next music icons on the horizon, it won’t be long now as they most recently received ‘Best New Group’ honors at The Maple Blues Awards in 2019. Picking up speed like a well-oiled machine charging down the tracks, coming to a town nearest you with 2 CDs under their belts all guided, influenced, inspired and produced by renowned American/Canadian rockers The Weber Brothers. Their energy is infectious and their originals are intoxicating. You can simply close your eyes and the in-depth soothing sound carries your thoughts away to a far off land of no worries nor woes, always guaranteed memorable experiences with each and every show.
Their going places with no signs of slowing down. Attending a showcase at The Dakota Tavern is like having a concert in the comfort of your own home, always giving off that warm atmosphere that truly matches Emily and her Embury’s masterpieces. Warmth is what I felt inside that full capacity club that night as they engaged the audience totally allowing Emily to unleash 1 flavourful original after another, totally captivating her audience. This up-close and personal feel allowed her and her sea of fans to engage.
She proudly introduced songs from her 2nd album, Never Ending Fling, featuring Black and Blue, My Heart’s Lone Ranger, Something Big, Can’t Be
Ryan Weber satisfied us with a Beatles cover Lady Madonna and Emily shared Til I Get To Call You My Own off her debut album ‘Are We In Love?‘ leaving us with their explosive take on Chuck Berry’s Maybelline. The 2nd set was just as magical as the first, sharing the right combination between cover to original tuneage with rousing renditions of The Band’s Ophelia and I Shall Be Released and bassist Dawson McManus wowed us with his rich vocals on a powerfully seductive version of Joe Cocker’s You Can Leave Your Hat On.
All in all, Emily and The Embury’s never ceases to amaze. Their compelling and attractive sound inspires as does their drive, abundance of musical passion and dedication to not just their art, but to their fans. They are valuable industry team players, with an all-around musical presence. To describe The Embury’s musical expression is like capturing an infinite measure, both a creative workbook and an authoritative reference. Their stage presence is profoundly moving and a pertinent one. Their perfected measurements, rhythm, and supportive harmony play a crucial role in their continued success. Stay in tune by visiting http://www.theemburys.com and catch The Embury’s DUO live with Emily & Marcus THIS FRIDAY, Jan. 24 9:00 pm @ Antikka Cafe & Records located at 960 Queen St West in downtown Toronto. $10 Advance / $15 Door http://https;//www.antikka.ca As well, trip on over to see what’s shaking with The Weber Brothers too at http://www.weberbrothers.com and https://www.facebook.com/weberbrothersproductions Also, stop by Dakota Tavern for their nightly shows and yummy weekly Sunday Brunch.