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Sunny Amoreena

Sunny and her band will play a pre-show set every performance. And, as well as playing the role of Balthasar in Much Ado About Nothing, Sunny and her partner Don Robinson composed all of the original music for this production.

Evocative, distinctive and nuanced, Sunny Amoreena’s songs cut like a knife. Refreshingly unafraid to explore deep vulnerability, her gift for articulating the personal is compelling and immensely up-lifting.

Describing music as her lifeline while overcoming a childhood accident and its aftermath of illness and isolation, Amoreena’s writing comes from a truly unique perspective.

Sunny’s debut album, “Check for Wolves” was released in 2014, recorded in Sydney and Los Angeles with musical partner Don Miller Robinson and American musical luminaries Van Dyke Parks, Patrick Warren, David Piltch and Greg Leisz.

International Independent Music Awards finalist for Best Adult Contemporary Album.

“City of Lights” featured in Channel 10’s “Wonderland” Series and was licensed to Universal for the show’s subsequent soundtrack.

Sunny performed at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival as a guest artist in the critically acclaimed “My Leonard Cohen” show, including performances on the BBC before continuing to Ireland to perform as a duo with Don Miller Robinson.

Her recent 4-track EP “Tightrope” released mid 2016, was recorded in Albert Studios featuring  Hamish Stuart, Stu Hunter and James Greening. 

The featured track “Ghosts” from the EP was finalist for best music video in the 2017 International Songwriting Competition with a video directed by Michael Mortlock.

The new single “Boys Like You” has just been released.

Sunny is currently performing nationally.

Her live show incorporates song, narrative and video projection taking the audience on a truly unique and fully immersive journey.

The Band

Sunny Amoreena - vocals/keys
Don Miller Robinson - guitar
Tony Mitchell - bass
Jamal Salem - drums

FEATURETTE  by Zhenshi van der Klooster


Lexi Sekuless and Sunny discuss the musical collaboration on Shakespeare by the Lakes.

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