The Davidson Brothers take home 2 more Awards in their home state last week for their latest release, Here To Stay.
With a total of eight finalist nominations this year, Lachlan & Hamish won the National Bluegrass Award for their original song Rather Be Gone. They also won the National Instrumental of the Year Award for their 180 bpm track titled OMFG.
Winner of the Bluegrass Award five times in 2007, 2009, 2010, 2011 & 2012 in their home state of Victoria, the Davidson Brothers are being noticed across the USA and Europe as one of Australia’s most celebrated bluegrass groups. Held in conjunction with the Whittlesea Country Music Festival, the 2012 Victorian & National Country Music Awards were presented at a gala dinner industry event on Saturday the 11th of February 2012.
Next month the Davidsons will play at the 36th annual Port Fairy Folk Festival from 9-12 March. They will play along side USA’s Peter Rowan, April Verch Band and Chris Hillman & Herb Pedersen.
They will also be performing the opening set on the Saturday at Australia’s Biggest International Country and Roots Festival, CMC Rocks the Hunter (16-18 March) along with Jim Lauderdale, Dierks Bentley and Tim McGraw.
- Story in the Bendigo Advisor.
- For tour dates, see The Davidson Brother’s Website
- For more Info see Port Fairy Festival website and CM Rocks website.