Bio / Press

When Genni Kane sings people stop. And listen. That voice: sweet, strong, effortless.


As a member of the multi-award winning Flying Emus, Genni sang her way through the ‘80s. When they disbanded in 1991, Genni settled back into family life – but she never stopped singing. Her voice sang children to sleep or made them dance, or taught them the basics of how to use theirs. She worked as a session vocalist on many albums for both adults and children. After their 2014/15 reunion shows, the Emus once again called it a day – this time for good. But anyone who heard that voice will attest: it’s better than ever.

So the time was right to put down a batch of her original songs that have been brewing over the years, for a much awaited and sought after solo album. SELFIES. Observations of life, love and loss…and a little white dog. Simple. Honest. And of course…that voice.

With Flying Emus

1988: Best Country Album

Golden Guitars
1986: Instrumental of the Year
1986: Vocal Group of the Year
1987: Instrumental of the Year
1988: Instrumental of the Year
1988: Vocal Group of the Year
1991: Instrumental of the Year

Current as of September, 2016