Prodigal Brother

Aussie band Brother is finally returning to this wide, browning land for a gig at Coorabell Hall. Theyre bringing bagpipes and didgeridoos.

More consideration for the trees.

More honour in what were told.

More truth in what we read.

More thought for what will come.

These are some of the thoughtful lyrics from Brothers latest song which has just been recorded in the USA. Gives you some idea of where the band is coming from. After 15 years successfully gigging and recording overseas the Aussie band will play at Coorabell Hall on Friday, November 10.

Brothers Hamish and Angus Richardson plus Dalbo make up the trio, which has been selling out venues in Europe and the USA this past year with their mongrel musical mix of bagpipes, didgeridoo, tribal drums, vocals, harmonies, guitars, samples, tolerance and passion.

But now theyre back.

Now were back, we want to play our part in bringing positive change to Australia, said Hamish. We want to hitch our wagon to the positive visions for Australia the no war, no nuclear, no fear visions.

The gig starts at 8pm. Tickets are $16 at the door.


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