Hurricane Fall play at 2017’s Mount Isa rodeo

Newcastle band Hurricane Fall will play this year’s Mount Isa Mines Rotary Rodeo.

Newcastle band Hurricane Fall will play this year’s Mount Isa Mines Rotary Rodeo.

New South Welsh band Hurricane Fall will play this year’s Mount Isa Mines Rotary Rodeo.

Hailing from country music capital Tamworth but now based in big city Newcastle, Hurricane Fall is comprised of Jesse Vee (lead vocals and guitar), Pepper Deroy (lead vocals and bass), Jimmy Hick (lead guitarist) and Lachlan ‘Dusty’ Coffey (skins and percussion).

According to the music press, Hurricane Fall confirmed their arrival onto the music scene last year with the release of their debut self titled EP, which peaked at No.2 on the Itunes Country Music Chart bringing the band immediate success.

Jesse and Dusty appeared on a Rodeo video saying they were looking forward to their visit to Mount Isa.

“We cannot wait to perform our own (songs) and our favourites live on stage,” they said.

Also announced on the bill via the video was country star Troy Kemp.

“(I’m) really looking forward to brining my style of country rock to the Isa rodeo,” Troy said.

Busby Marou will also be playing. Tom Busby said they were excited to return to the rodeo for the second time.

Mark and Jay O’Shea will be back too after their efforts doing interviews for social media last year,

But by popular request, this year the Nashville-based favourites will be performing on the main stage on Saturday night.

The rodeo is from August 12-14.

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