Mudgee: the home of live music

Brothers 3 will perform at Club Mudgee on Saturday.

Brothers 3 will perform at Club Mudgee on Saturday.

Brothers 3 will return to the Mudgee stage for the first time in nearly three years this weekend.

Tayzin, Mack and Shardyn will start the ‘A Decade Strong’ tour at Club Mudgee to celebrate ten years since the band formed.

Far from the overnight success often associated with their massive X Factor success in 2014, this tour celebrates the three brothers performing and withstanding the rigors of being a touring band for longer than the Beatles were together.

The tour is described as ‘10 years of songs and harmonies’ and will feature musical hits from Simone and Garfunkle, The BeeGees, Mumford and Sons, Don Mclean, Zac Brown Band, John Denver, Willie Nelson, Johnny Cash, Cat Stevens, Rascal Flatts, Ed Sheeran, Taylor Swift, Queen, Leonard Cohan, Kenny Rogers, Woody Guthrie, Keith Urban and Elvis Presley.

2016 was the last time the group released an album but the boys are hard at work in the studio, producing content for their eighth project.

Brothers 3 concert details

Saturday, March 10 from 7:30pm to 10:30pm at Club Mudgee (99 Mortimer St, Mudgee).

Doors open at 7:30pm.

Tickets are $20. 15 years and under $15 must be accompanied by an adult. (Ticket fee applies)

LIVE AND LOCAL

Musicians will fill local venues for a new Mid-Western Regional Council initiative next weekend.

Live and Local on Church Street will be held on Saturday, March 17 from 4pm and 8pm.

Enjoy a free evening of vibrant live music on Church Street, where shopfronts and venues will come alive with the beautiful sounds of instruments and vocals.

Get together with your friends and family, and celebrate Mudgee region’s local talent whilst shopping, eating or going for an evening stroll in the beautiful CBD.

Coinciding with the Mudgee Food & Wine Trail weekend, Live and Local is a fantastic way to finish your day exploring the region’s famed produce offerings.

The Live and Local event showcases live music in our community and brings together venues, businesses, musicians and the public for a celebration of the spirit and culture of music.

JAM SESH: Live and Local on Church Street will be held on Saturday, March 17. Photo: Mid-Western Regional Council.

JAM SESH: Live and Local on Church Street will be held on Saturday, March 17. Photo: Mid-Western Regional Council.

For more information, please visit the Live and Local Facebook page.

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