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With non-stop touring until the end of the year, local favourites The Wolfe Brothers gear up to launch a LIVE CD / DVD package on 18th September. Featuring live footage from their stand-out performance at CMC Rocks QLD 2015, the Live CD/DVD captures the band’s high energy show in full-throttle, and includes all the hit songs from their first two albums plus a classic cover from the legendary 70’s band The Dingoes. Also featured on the DVD are the official videos for all of The Wolfe Brothers’ hit singles so far!

If the new live release and touring wasn’t keeping them busy enough, The Wolfe Brothers have also unveiled the latest single and video from their #2 ARIA Country Album ‘Nothin’ But Trouble’; The catchy ‘ONE BEER AT A TIME’. Filmed at one of the band’s favourite drinking establishments in their hometown of Hobart TAS, ‘One Beer At A Time’ is an addictive Friday-night anthem. 


 “From day one, playing live has always been at the heart of what The Wolfe Brothers are about”, said Nick Wolfe. “From the early days of playing the pubs, to the big stages like CMC Rocks QLD, we’ve always prided ourselves on having a great live show, and we’re really excited that we’ve been able to have it finally captured on this DVD and CD.  We believe that our fans will be able to chuck on the DVD, crank it loud (highly recommended) and feel a part of the energy we strive to put out on stage, all from the comfort of their lounge room!”

The Wolfe Brothers take to the road next month as Lee Kernaghan’s Special Guestson his national ‘The Songs & The Stories in Concert’ tour. This extensive run of dates will see the charismatic four-piece hit all corners of the country, performing their own hits plus perfoming with Lee during his entire show that will include songs from the #1 ARIA album Spirit Of The Anzacs.

The Wolfe Brothers are brothers Tom and Nick Wolfe on vocals, guitar and bass, along with childhood friends Brodie Rainbird on guitar and Casey Kostiuk on drums. They burst onto the music scene in 2012, when they captivated the nation on Australia’s Got Talent and finished 2nd on the program. Since then, they have been signed to ABC Music, they were named CMC’s 2013 Best New Artist, have scored four #1 singles in a row and have toured all over Australia. Their 3rd album will be recorded in Nashville at the end of the year with producer Luke Wooten.

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