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Doug Bruce and Roo Arcus


Sat 7 Sep 2013, 9:00pm–11:45pm

Where: PJ O'Reilly's Tuggeranong, 1/4 Reed St N, Greenway ACT 2900, Greenway, ACT

Restrictions: 18+

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  • General Admission: $20.00
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Listed by: LaingEntertainment

In response to audience demands for hardcore country music, Doug Bruce and Roo Arcus are joining forces in a series of dates for a 2013 Cowboys and Honky Tonks Tour’.

Both artists have a solid and growing fan base of loyal followers and have enjoyed strong airplay success with their recent releases. – “This Here Cowboy” is the first release in over a decade from Roo Arcus, with the title track of his album enjoying three weeks at the No.1 spot on the Country Tracks Top 30 in 2012. Doug Bruce’s previous three releases from the 2010 album “A Good Place” went No.2, 1 and 2 on the Top 30. The title track and first single from his just-released
album, “Made That Way”, is currently sitting at No.17.

Texas-native, Doug Bruce has called Australia home since moving to Northern Victoria with his Aussie wife eight years ago. Previously a drummer, Doug only made the move to front of stage as a singer six years ago to get his self-penned songs out to the public. Since then Doug has self-produced three albums including his latest release at his own recording studio, Shoo Fly Studios, with several industry awards now under his belt.

Roo Arcus emerged onto the country music scene back in the late nineties from Australia's Country Music College. He toured with and wrote a song ‘Ringers, Rigs and Drivers’ for the late Slim Dusty before releasing his debut album “Station Boy” in 2000. That release garnered three top ten singles, two Golden Guitar nominations and the title of Male Independent Rising Star.