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The boys of Hurricane Fall are proud to offer one of the best live shows in the country. Thinking about what they wanted to offer an audience led to the inspired name. “Every time we did concerts and shows together, it was kind of like a hurricane had passed, there were cups everywhere, it was like the hurricane falling, the remains of debris from a big storm,” singer and guitarist Jesse said. Ve explained. Part of the power of their live performance is no doubt due to the hard rock and heavy metal sounds that influenced the boys growing up in the 1990s. After working the rock band scene in pubs around from Newcastle, they decided to return to their hometown roots and Tamworth’s country scene. Vee and fellow band members Pepper Deroy, Lachlan Coffey, Tim Hickey and Luke Wheeldon have a variety of musical tastes, Vee says. What emerged was a sound he describes as country rock-pop. There is no doubt about their impact on stage. The guys were voted best live act at the Tamworth Country Music Festival in 2016. Hurricane Fall hit another milestone at the festival in 2019, with the launch of their debut album, live at the Longyard Hotel. The show sold out. “It was an amazing achievement that we got this far,” Vee said. The band had planned to be back at the Tamworth Country Music Festival in January, until it was postponed due to the spike in coronavirus cases. “Like all musicians, the extended lockdown has caged us in the COVID zoo,” Deroy said. They are still hoping for a regional tour, including festivals such as the Deni Ute Muster, Gympie Music Muster and VDM Fest, all of which have been postponed from 2021. “We have never been so excited to take the stage with a whole new show and loads of new material,” says Deroy. This new material includes their latest track, Good One, a song that explores the theme of finding love from the right person, in a world where too many many things are vying for our attention.” This is a catchy song about finding ‘the one’ and resisting the ever elusive eternal love! It’s about enjoying the journey to the transcendent dream of true love,” Deroy said. Recorded at Msquared Productions and produced by Michael Paynter and Michael Delorenzis in Melbourne, Good One, like the group’s other recent singles, was recorded on Zoom due to COVID restrictions. It’s a track that sounds very polished but has mud on its boots. Their debut single Another One More Time has received over 800,000 streams to date, plus adds playlists on Spotify’s Fresh Country, New Music Nashville and New Music Friday playlists The Tamworth Country Music Festival has been postponed from April 18 to 24. To mark the 50th anniversary of the iconic Tamworth Country Music Festival, ACM (publisher of this website) has created a new podcast, Celebrating Aussie Country. The podcast was recorded and released before the recent outbreak of coronavirus cases which forced the postponement of the festival. We are sure you appreciate always listen to the interviews and the music. Just keep in mind that all references to performance dates are outdated. In the 10-part series, available only on Spotify, you’ll hear from established and emerging artists and their music. To listen you will need to download the Spotify app on your mobile phone and search for Celebrating Aussie Country. If you already have Spotify – and you’re reading this story on your mobile – click the banner below and your phone will take you straight to the podcast. Each podcast episode includes an interview with the artist and some of their music. People with a free Spotify subscription will hear a 30-second sample of the song, while those with a premium Spotify subscription will be able to enjoy the full version.




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