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Homecoming: The Wolfe Brothers Return To ABC Music

May 31, 2024 - News

Australian country rock sensations The Wolfe Brothers have made a triumphant return, re-signing with their original label, ABC Music. The announcement comes as an exciting stepping stone in the brothers’ unfolding year as they prepare to kick off their Still Livin’ The Dream Tour in July. 

Tom and Nick Wolfe, the driving force behind The Wolfe Brothers, catapulted to fame on the 2012 season of Australia’s Got Talent. Influenced by country singers Garth Brooks and Billy Ray Cyrus, the brothers crooned their way to second place in the sixth season of the show.

Since then, the brothers’ journey has been nothing short of thrilling, characterized by six Tamworth Golden Guitar Awards and three #1 country albums in the ARIA charts. Their unmistakable blend of country and rock has garnered them a dedicated fanbase beyond their Australia’s Got Talent years and widespread acclaim across the country. 

Their decision to rejoin forces with their previous label, ABC Music, came in a joint state on Thursday, 30th May: 

“We are really excited to be back with ABC. We are fired up and excited for the next chapter. Lots of new music coming from us.” the brothers announced.

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The duo and the Australian staple have a long history. The Wolfe Brothers’ first four albums, It’s On, Nothin’ But Trouble, This Crazy Life, and Country Heart, were all released under an agreement with ABC Music and Universal Music Australia.

A change of scenery saw the brothers move to the Australian leg of BMG Rights Management, known for fostering talents such as San Cisco, The Cat Empire, and Wolfmother. The albums Kids On Cassette and Livin’ The Dream were a product of this partnership. However, it seems the Tasmanian-raised duo is returning to their roots. 

In the eager wait for new music to sprout from the partnership, you can catch The Wolfe Brothers on their Still Livin’ The Dream 2024 Tour, kicking off at the Hamilton Hotel on 19th July, followed by dates across regional towns in Western Australia, New South Wales, and Victoria. 

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