Australian country music duo The Wolfe Brothers have revealed some of the most exciting news of their career to date, lining up performances with the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra next year. The tour dates, packages, ticketing information, and more is “coming really soon”.
The Wolfe Brothers made the announcement on social media yesterday (25 October), accompanied by photos of the brothers joined by Orchestra members.
“This week we announced something really special. Next year we will be teaming up with the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra to bring you something like we have never done before. Wolfe Brothers and Symphony! Yes, A 47 piece ORCHESTRA,” The Wolfe Brothers wrote on Instagram.
“We have worked incredibly hard with composer/conductor Tom Rimes to take our songs and tell our story, a story of how our State has influenced us and bring Country Music and Orchestral music together like it has never been done before.”
Telling fans that they completed their first rehearsal last week, The Wolfe Brothers teased that the collaboration is “something else to behold” and a “must-see”.
The Wolfe Brothers concluded, “There will be shows in Hobart and Launceston and all ticket information, tour packages and more is going to be coming out really soon.”
The Wolfe Brothers have been enjoying the experience of holding the current #1 on the Countrytown Hot 50 with their Travis Collins collab Runnin’ The Country, which seems downright undefeatable.
However, before their shows with the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra take place, The Wolfe Brothers will headline the inaugural Tassie Music Muster on Saturday, 25 November. They’ll be joined by Andrew Swift, Duncan Toombs, Mike Carr, Max Jackson, Ange Boxall, and Zack Walsh – you can find tickets to the Tassie Music Muster here.
The Wolfe Brothers led the punchy second artist announcement for Groundwater Country Music Festival, joining Lee Kernaghan, Casey Barnes, US country star Jackson Dean and Amber Lawrence, Adam Harvey & Beccy Cole, Caitlyn Shadbolt, Melissa Carper, Tori Forsyth, Matt Cornell, Chloe Styler and many more last weekend.
You can read Countrytown’s Groundwater review here.