Australian Country music star Kasey Chambers collaborates with blues and roots duo Busby Marou have announced an extensive 22-stop tour! Considering the duo have been close friends over the years, expect a strong musical connection on stage!
Undoubtedly one of Australia’s most high-profile country singers, Kasey Chambers is originally from Mount Gambier and began her music career in 1976. With over twelve studio albums reaching number 1 in the ARIA Albums charts, including Barricades and Brickwalls (2001) and Wayward Angel (2004),Kasey Chambers and the Busby Marou have undoubtedly become a national treasure.
Known for their unique blues and roots sound, Busby Marou broke into the Australian music scene in 2007, hailing from Roehampton, Queensland. Consisting of members Thomas Bubsy and Jeremy Marou, the pair have released several successful albums, including their third studio album, Postcards from the Shell House, which debuted at number 1 in the ARIA charts, as well as achieving Blues & Roots Work of the Year at the APRA Music Awards in 2012.
Kasey Chambers’ biggest hits include The Captain, the Captain ((1999), Better Be Home Soon, the Captain (1999), Not Pretty Enough, Barricades & Brickwalls (2001), Goliath is Dead, Campfire (2018) and If We Had A Child, Dragonfly (2017).
Bubsy Marou’s biggest hits include Best Part of Me, Naba Norem, Sound of Summer, Got Your Back.
Kasey Chambers’ albums include The Captain (1999), Barricades and Brickwalls (2001), Rattlin’ Bones (2008) and Angel Wayward (2004).
Bubsy Marou’s albums are Postcards from the Shellhouse (2017), the Great Divide (2019), Farewell Fitzroy (2013) and Bubsy Marou (2010).
Thursday 9 – Bendigo, Ulumbarra
Friday 10 – Albury, Albury Entertainment Centre
Saturday 11 – Melbourne, Palais Theatre
Sunday 12 – Costa Hall, Geelong
Thursday 16 – Narre Warren, Bunjil Place Theatre
Saturday 18 – Hobart, Odean Theatre
Sunday 19 – Launceston, Theatre North
Friday 24 – Rooty Hill, Sydney Coliseum
Sunday 26 – Newcastle, Newcastle Civic Theatre
Wednesday 29 – Thirroul, Anita’s Theatre
Thursday 30 – Canberra, CTC Canberra Theatre
Thursday 14 – Toowoomba, Empire Theatre
Friday 15 – Gold Coast, HOTA Theatre
Saturday 16 – Grafton, Saraton Theatre
Sunday 17 – Brisbane, QPAC Concert Hall
Thursday 21 – Port Pirie, Keith Michell Theatre
Friday 22 – Adelaide, Thebarton Theatre
Saturday 23 – Tanunda, Barossa Arts Centre
Sunday 24 – Darwin, Darwin Entertainment Centre
Friday 29 – Townsville, Townsville Entertainment Centre
Saturday 30 – Cairns, Munro Martin Park
Sunday 31 – Caloundra, Night Quarter
Kasey Chambers is from Mount Gambier.
Bubsy Marou is originally from Roehampton.
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