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Busby Marou - My Second Mistake Tour


Sat 30 Aug 2014, 6:00pm–10:00pm

Where: Eatons Hill Hotel, 646 South Pine Road, Eatons Hill, Queensland

Restrictions: 18+

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There is no question that Busby Marou are established as one of Australia’s hardest working and most loved live bands. They sell out shows everywhere from Surry Hills to Birdsville and have an incredibly loyal and diverse following.

The boys will be spending May and June touring Australia and New Zealand as the main support for James Blunt joining their impressive list of support tours alongside the likes of Dolly Parton, Pete Murray and KD Laing. Definitely favourites at the summer festival circuit listed as highlights recently at Bluesfest, Queenscliff and Woodford.

Their second album “Farewell Fitzroy” debuted at #5 on the National ARIA charts and it’s opening track “My Second Mistake” is the new single and is all the reason the boys need to announce a tour. Prepare yourselves for a huge surprise with the video for “My Second Mistake” as Tom and Jeremy introduce you to their very interesting new mate.

As always, Busby Marou put their fans first when they invite supports acts to tour. Darren Middleton is the main support and will be playing songs from his extensive catalogue including Powderfinger, Drag and his solo work. Opening proceedings is the guitar-slinging banjo-wielding freak that is Karl S Williams.

Tom, Jeremy, DJ and Enzo can’t wait to get this show on the road.