Ahead of the release of their upcoming album ‘Blood Red’ on July 21, Busby Marou have announced their ‘Tiny Towns’ Tour which includes 11 dates in total all across regional Australia. The tour follows on from the same series the boys did in 2017, but this time with 6 extra dates and renowned Australian singer-songwriter Brad Butcher joining in for the ride.
The boys are beyond excited to be back hitting the regional circuit with Jeremy Marou saying “It’s no secret that I enjoy the small regional shows compared to the anything in capital city’s. We are Central Qld born and bred we have a special bond with all places in regional areas. This tour will be something special.”
Tom Busby adds, “There is always a special atmosphere in the smaller communities and these towns come to life when you take the music to them. They don’t get many opportunities to see live music, so when they do, it’s party time!”
Busby Marou‘s fifth album is gearing up to be their best release yet with singles Crazy Like That, Where I Wanna Be and Everything is Beautiful being just a taste of the beautiful body of work to come. ‘Blood Red’ will be the boys’ first full-length project since 2019’s highly successful ‘The Great Divide’.
Busby Marou have gained the reputation as one of Australia’s hardest working live bands best known for their distinctly Australian storytelling and gifted musicianship. On stage, a key element is the intertwining of vocal interplay of two lifelong mates. 2023 is gearing up to be a huge year for the duo and they can’t wait to get out and play across regional Queensland!
‘Tiny Towns’ Tour
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2 JUNE | RSL MEMORIAL CLUB, CHINCHILLA
3 JUNE | RSL MEMORIAL CLUB, CHARLEVILLE
4 JUNE | WELLSHOT HOTEL, ILFRACOMBE
9 JUNE | THE DAG PUB, D’AGUILAR
10 JUNE | SPORTS CLUB, RAINBOW BEACH
16 JUNE | QUEENS BEACH HOTEL, BOWEN
17 JUNE | LUCINDA HOTEL, LUCINDA
18 JUNE | YACHT CLUB, PORT DOUGLAS
22 JUNE | BILOELA BOWLS CLUB, BILOELA
23 JUNE | THE STAR HOTEL, EIDSVOLD
24 JUNE | WALLOON HOTEL,WALLOON
With thanks to Footstomp Music