Just outside of Tamworth NSW, beyond a river, lies a place which holds a deep meaning in the hearts of Australian country music songwriters. Earlier this year, Kelly Brouhaha, Rose Zita Falko and Andrew Thomson met on a sheep station called The DAG where each July, established musicians pass on their craft to the next generation. This January will see these three emerging artists deliver the magic from the DAG to Australia’s East Coast.

This trio of talented artists will lift your spirits as each play to their unique strengths. Country Blues artist Kelly Brouhaha’s uplifting music is more than a simple band-aid to the blues. Kelly spreads an infectious positivity with her comedic sensibility and soul inspired roots tunes, fresh from opening in 2017 for Cat Stevens, Stevie Nicks and Beccy Cole.

Victoria’s Rose Zita Falko’s music is fuelled by a love of story telling, her songs reflect an understanding of ‘lifescapes’ of both city and country. Her music has been tagged as ‘western noir’ with an added description of Americana rawness meets sophisticated jazz and soul tones.  2018 will see the release of her debut EP.

From Queensland, Thomson brings an enthralling voice well beyond his years with a style crafted in the tradition of bluegrass, Americana and alt country. His debut EP “We are Wolves”, produced by Matt Fell enjoyed success in 2017 reaching #1 on the iTunes country music charts.

This tour comes with its own unique character, featuring the work of all three artists, as well as their recent collaborative efforts. There will be heartfelt stories, masterful harmonies and grooving guitar riffs along with a special camaraderie and on stage intimacy that happens when talented musicians get together to create something special.

Brouhaha, Falko & Thomson dates:

Jan 4 – Pistol Pete’s, Geelong
Jan 5 – Billy Roy’s Blues Bar, Bendigo
Jan 6 – Wesley Anne, Melbourne
Jan 11 –  Stave’s Brewery, Sydney
Jan 13 – Kincumber Hotel, Kincumber
Jan 14 – No.5 Church St – Bellingen

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