Oz country sensation The McClymonts are certainly hitting the ground running in 2020 – embarking on their biggest tour in three years.
The lauded trio, made up of Brooke, Sam and Mollie McClymont will be hitting the road on a 30-date run, kicking off in Tamworth in January.
Thankfully, Hunter fans will get a look-in…not once, but THRICE.
Yep, that’s right, Mollie, Brooke, and Samantha are heading to Cessnock Leagues Club on Friday 21 August Wests Nelson Bay on Saturday 22 August and Wests New Lambton on Saturday 10 October.
While it may seem like a little while since the McClymonts were in our neck of the woods, don’t go thinking they have been resting on their laurels.
The trio has been hunkered down in the studio working on album number six with producer Andy Mak
Also, in between releasing their fifth album, Endless (also produced by Andy Mak), which picked up the Golden Guitar award for Toyota Album of the Year in 2018, the girls have welcomed four new members to the McClymont family over the last few years while Brooke is expecting her second child in January.
Where do they find the time?!?!?!
“Time has flown since our last album and we can’t wait to get these new songs out into the world and start the tour,” Sam said
Brooke added: “This will be our biggest tour in three years and we’re planning to make these the most fun shows we’ve ever done.”
Since the release of their debut EP back in 2006, The McClymonts have gone from strength to strength with more than 250,000 album sales and 20 million track streams.
Their trophy cabinet is pretty full, too with an impressive thirteen Golden Guitar Awards, two ARIAs and an APRA award making them one of the best-loved and most bankable acts on the Oz Country circuit.
Catch the McClymonts at Cessnock Leagues Club on Friday 21 August, Wests Nelson Bay on Saturday 21 August and Wests New Lambton on Saturday 10 October. Get your tickets here or at the venues.
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