Former Tamworth and now Newcastle based band Hurricane Fall are opening new doors with their very own style of rock edge country
The new single Wheels up, to be released in March, is a song that highlights the enjoyment the band has in travelling together and performing their music to live audiences all over the country.
To coinside with the new single the band will embark on a Nation tour which commences on the 4th of May in the North-west
The Wheels Up tour will also feature Tamworth based band The Redneck Gentlemen.
Queensland star performer Mick Lindsay joins the gig as a special guest along with Tamworth’s very own 2018 Gold Guitar winner for Female Artist of the Year Aleyce Simmonds.
The show will roll onto the Gunnedah Services and Bowling club on Friday May 4 and the Manilla RSL on Saturday May 5.
Tickets are $25 dollars and available from the venues.
While the band might may not be performing in Tamworth, they have their fans covered.
Those who want to see the show are in luck with a bus organised by the Tamworth Services Club for fans to travel to their sister club in Manilla on the Saturday for only $10 dollars.
The bus will leave from The Tamworth Services Club and return that evening.
Hurricane Fall in the last three years have travelled through many states in Australia and overseas including New Zealandand their music has been met with rave reviews.
Since appearing on the 2017 Bachelorette series with Sophie Monk, the band has grown in popularity.
Performances at Gympie Muster, Deni Muster, Mt Isa Rodeo and Rock the boat 2017 just to name a few have introduced the band to a new market of fans with their popular rock edge country sound making waves across the nation.
At this year’s Tamworth Country Music Festival the band report they had the biggest amount of fans by any individual act coming to see their shows.
The Wheels up tour gives country music fans a chance to see four great acts on the one big show.
Other Dates on the tour will be announced shortly including Sydney and QLD.