Casey Barnes + Brad Butcher
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT: Every person who purchases a ticket to the show will receive a copy of Casey’s current album ‘Live As One’ on the night
Casey’s music has made an impact around the world. He’s had hits in Europe, written and recorded in America, appeared in a top-rating TV show in Australia, and played alongside many international stars including Mariah Carey, Lady Antebellum and Bryan Adams.
The last 3 years have seen many achievements for Casey with shows in New York, Nashville and Los Angeles. He’s performed at festivals around Australia including main stage at one of Queensland’s premier events the ‘Caloundra Music Festival’, Broadbeach Country Music Festival, Urban Country Music Festival and the very popular 'A Day On The Green' (with Mariah Carey)
Australians got to know Casey’s story when he was a top 12 finalist in the final series of Australian Idol. But Casey already had a career well before appearing on the show, having released three albums, played alongside artists like Bryan Adams (for A Day On The Green), and had a number one hit in Europe, singing Marco Demark’s remake of Elton John’s Tiny Dancer.
When your hear people talk about Brad Butcher as an Australian Songwriter or more importantly as a person the same few words are thrown around … Honest, Hardworking, Mate, Genuine, and Brad is now receiving the accolades he so richly deserves being awarded the GOLDEN GUITAR for NEW TALENT OF THE YEAR at the 2018 Golden Guitar Awards of Australia.
2017 has been a breakout year for Butcher who released his third album in August to wide spread praise from the Australian music industry. The album peaked at #4 on the iTunes Country Albums Chart and features the singles Well Dressed Man and title track From The Bottom Of A Well. The Queensland singer songwriter picked up a total of THREE nominations at the 2018 GOLDEN GUITAR AWARDS including - Male Artist of the Year, Alternative Country Album of The Year and QANTAS New Talent Of The Year.
FROM THE BOTTOM OF A WELL cements Butcher at the forefront of a new generation of Australian story tellers.