Jeff Crawford for the Eastern Courier Writes:
The Beggars a trio from Adelaide in South Australia topped the charts in Europe last year even though their audiences did not know what to make of them.
The Banjo Song, the first single from second album Desert Flower, hit the top spot on the European country chart with a little help from a 14-date tour.
But the acoustic outfit is categorised as a mix of country, bluegrass and folk, resulting in complicated advertising, and some people even doubt their Aussie pedigree. The BeggarsÂ are Stuart Day, Renee Donaghey and Quinton Dunne.
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