EmiSunshine Video “90 Miles” Shot At Cumberland Caverns

EmiSunshine Supports Autism Awareness
In New “90 Miles” Video

With her powerful song, “90 Miles” EmiSunshine is helping raise autism awareness. The Tennessee-born singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist selected Cumberland Caverns as the site of a new video to promote the song and its emotional message.

'90 Miles' by EmiSunshine

EmiSunshine brings awareneness to autism with her emotional original song, "90 Miles." #AutismAwarenessMonth #Autism

Posted by Country Rebel on Wednesday, April 25, 2018

Video Credits
Director: Austin Albany
Camera: Nick Johnson
Grip/Production Assistant: Austin Coffey
Editor: Jon Doss
Produced By: Sublime Media Group

About EmiSunshine

Steeped in Appalachian music, Emi is a true vocal stylist. Influenced by legends (Loretta Lynn/Tanya Tucker/ The Louvin Brothers), she is a throwback to earlier eras of country music when trendsetters like Bessie Smith, June Carter, Loretta Lynn and Hank Williams made history. The sassy, strikingly powerful, ultra entertainer is bound and determined to follow in their footsteps, and while she has some pretty big shoes to fill, this little lady fits the bill.

Emi launched her professional career performing at churches, community outings, and local festivals. It’s the spectacular 2014 performance at a Tennessee flea market that skyrocketed her career to become a worldwide phenomenon when a video of her stage show went viral on YouTube. Since her breakout at just nine years old, Emi has garnered more than 14 Million YouTube views and a half million Facebook followers.

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Daily Walking Tours

Take a Daily Walking Tour of the cave where EmiSunshine filmed “90 Miles”. Also see incredible formations, a historic 1812 saltpeter mine, a beautiful waterfall and gleaming pools.

Catch Country Music Duo High Valley at Cumberland Caverns Live

Performing in the World-Famous Volcano Room on Saturday, May 12 at 1 PM (CST)

Canadian Country Music Duo High Valley is hitting the World Famous Volcano Room stage on Saturday, May 12th at 1 PM! Tickets are on sale now and are going fast. Make your plans today to join us!

High Valley

The brothers recently recorded and released Farmhouse Sessions featuring stripped down tracks from their album Dear Life further showcasing how they can bring “a modern pulse to a generation-bridging mix of folk, pop and country” according to Rolling Stone.

“Whenever we rehearse new songs as a band we like to start out acoustically so that we can focus on the musicianship and the harmonies,” shared Brad. “Often we go to the Farmhouse to clear our minds and allow this to happen naturally. We are so pumped to share these acoustic sessions with our amazingly supportive fans!”

Their single “She’s With Me” has an “infectious bluegrass-pop sound” (Billboard) and is currently in the Top 10 on the country radio airplay charts and marks High Valley’s first entry into the Billboard Hot 100 in addition to tallying over 29 million on demand streams.

Special VIP Upgrade

Want to attend the High Valley soundcheck? Want to meet and take a photo with Brad and Curtis and get a special VIP laminate? Buy your VIP upgrade here.

*Please note – this ticket does not count as a concert ticket and must be used in conjunction with a concert ticket.

World Famous Volcano Room

This legendary room 333’ below the surface, has caught the attention of the music industry and entire world for its near-perfect acoustics presented with a backdrop of amazing formations and unsurpassed beauty.

Get More Caving Fun

333 Exploration Tour Package – $15*
Want to explore Cumberland Caverns beyond the Volcano Room? Add the 333 Exploration Tour Package and come early for this hour-long pre-show tour that will take you to seven different parts of Cumberland Caverns. Get a bird’s eye view of the World Famous Volcano Room from high atop the balcony. Make the most of your time with us with this exciting caving adventure on concert day! This $21 value can be yours for only $15* when purchased with your Cumberland Caverns Live concert ticket.

*333 Exploration Tour Ticket does not act as a concert ticket. Cumberland Caverns will not allow access into the Volcano Room during the concert unless you have a separate ticket for that show. Special rate available only when purchased with a concert ticket. Cannot be combined with any other offer.

Birds Of Prey At Cumberland Caverns – May 5

Birds of Prey & Snakes in the World Famous Volcano Room

May 5th, $5 Tickets

Bring the entire family out to Cumberland Caverns on May 5th at 4:00 PM for an action-packed adventure deep within the cave. Monica Johnson, Park Ranger with the State of Tennessee, will take center stage in the world-famous Volcano Room with a few of her close friends-Birds of Prey and some well-behaved snakes.

You will be entertained by the unpredictable nature of the birds and reptiles, captivated by their beauty, and educated by fascinating facts. For less than the cost of a movie, you and your family can take advantage of this amazing offer and opportunity to help support the state wildlife program while enjoying nature at its finest.

Tickets to the event are $5 per person with 100% going to support the Birds of Prey program!

Caveman Campout & Birds of Prey

If you are looking for an incredible, memory-making adventure, book a Caveman Campout and enjoy the Birds of Prey show at no additional charge!  Included in your overnight package: Birds of Prey Event, Rocky Topper Adventure Tour, Daily Walking Tour, sleep inside the cave, and wake up to a hot breakfast the next morning.

Call 931-668-4396 to reserve your spot! Take advantage of our special $45 per person pricing by using code: CCBOP2018. No minimum number required to stay on May 5th.

 

Cumberland Caverns – Where Adventures Run Deep!

Cumberland Caverns Founder, Roy A. Davis, Jr. Passes Away

Honoring Cumberland Caverns Founder, Roy A. Davis, Jr. 

January 18, 1934 – March 31,2018

This week marks the end of an era on Cardwell Mountain with the passing of Cumberland Caverns beloved founder, Roy A. Davis, Jr. Mr. Davis was born and raised in Indiana but would later make Warren County his home after falling in love with a little-known cave in the rural Tennessee hills named “Higgenbotham’s” after the original discoverer in 1810. With the help of his friend and fellow caver, Tank Gorin, and landowner A.W. Powell, Roy’s dream to share the beauty of his special cave with the world became a reality in July 1956 when Cumberland Caverns welcomed its first guests.

World-renowned as an expert in caves, Roy was instrumental in helping to establish, commercialize, and light a great number of spectacular show caves during his lifetime.

Longtime Friends Remember Roy Fondly

“Roy Davis was loved and respected by hundreds of leaders in the cave industry. He not only developed Cumberland Caverns but had huge projects in Meramec Caverns, Ruby Falls, Luray Caverns, Howe Caverns and many other caves in the USA. Roy also developed several caverns in the Caribbean. Many will remember Roy for his faith, his love for others, as well as his love for fun and adventure. He will be greatly missed.”- Jack Herschend, Herschend Family Entertainment

 

“To many people, Roy Davis was a hero! In the caving world, Roy Davis was known around the world as a master of commercializing and lighting caves. He made a huge time investment here in Warren County opening Cumberland Caverns for commercial tours in 1956. That investment has brought millions of tourists through Warren County and has provided jobs for countless teenagers and adults alike over the 62 years that Cumberland Caverns has been in operation. Roy helped to shape the lives of many of Warren County’s youth including mine. Roy will be missed here on Cardwell Mountain!”- Robby Black, General Manager, Cumberland Caverns

 

“Roy was more than just a cave explorer and entrepreneur. He was an employer, a trusted guide, a preacher and someone who loved adventure whether it was in the forest on at the controls of a mighty Wurlitzer. Roy’s life touched so many others that the stories will never cease, nor should they, because when eternity comes Roy is likely to be serving as St. Peter’s marketing director.”- Ed Yarbrough, Attorney and Former Cave Guide

Mr. Davis possessed a great amount of talent and successfully wore many hats during his lifetime. His creativity and ingenuity knew no bounds and evidence of that can be found by stepping 333’ below the surface and looking up at the magnificent chandelier he rescued from the Loews Metropolitan Theater in NY that now graces the ceiling of the Volcano Room inside Cumberland Caverns. Roy lived a very full life and to name all his accomplishments would fill several books. It is extremely hard to put into words his contribution to countless numbers of children and their families, not to mention this community and state as a whole.

Roy breathed life and poured love into Cumberland Caverns, which in turn has blessed this community and will continue to amaze, excite, and entertain the entire world for generations to come.

Services

Services for Roy A. Davis, Jr will be held at 2:00 pm CST, Wednesday, April 4, 2018, at the First Christian Church of Sparta. Visitation will be from 1:00 CST until the time of service.


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