They call home the sunlit surf paradise that is the Gold Coast, yet Hussy Hick’s new album emanates just as much from the Deep South, deep in the heart of Dixie. Bluegrass and country, rhythm and blues are their thing, and the forthcoming Lucky Joe’s Wine (and other tales from Dog River) is seven track’s of their best.
Travelling regularly to Alabama in the past ten years, the duo THIS TIME recorded with Hall of Famer Rick Hirsch (Wet Willy, Cher, Greg Allman) in his studio, alongside a few musician friends. This doesn’t mean to say they haven’t travelled to other corners of the globe, with the tour hardened act completing multiple tours in Europe and locally as well.
To showcase this new release a huge run of shows will see the pair travel the stretch of the country in the coming months, culminating in sets at the heralded Byron Bay Bluesfest.
February 5 - Nightquarter, Gold Coast Qld
February 6 - Riverside Bar, Marrochydore Qld
February 7 - Taps, The Valley QLD
February 12 - Beaches, Thirroul NSW
February 13 - Lazybones, Marrickville NSW
February 14 - Meatstock Festival, Sydney NSW
February 14 - Brass Monkey, Cronulla Late NSW
February 19 - Seaview Hotel, Woolgoolga NSW
March 3 - Setters Tavern WA
March 4-6 - Nannup Festival WA
March 9 - Redcliff on the Murray WA
March 10 - Mojo's, Fremantle WA
March 11 - Indi Bar, Scarborough WA
March 12 - Sing for the South, West Old Coast Road Brewery WA
March 13 - Clancy's, Dunsborough WA
March 15 - Perth Blues Club, Perth WA
March 16 - Redcliff on the Murray WA
March 19 - Nukara Festival WA
March 25 - Bluesfest Byron Bay NSW
March 27 - Bluesfest Byron Bay NSW
Joe’s Wine (and other tales from Dog River) is out February 13. For more information visit http://www.hussyhicks.com/en/news