March 5, 2018 – The Hunter Brothers are following up “Born & Raised”, their first Top 10 hit at Canadian Radio, with “Those Were The Nights”, a fun, upbeat track, reminiscent of carefree nights and memories that will last a lifetime. The new single will be available everywhere as of March 14.
On April 20, the group will be going out on tour with High Valley, opening on all seven of their upcoming Ontario tour dates. The creative connection to the well-established duo has been longstanding, and the brothers actually join the Hunter Brothers on the upbeat, party track, “Country Stuff”, on their debut album, Getaway.
Luke, J.J., Ty, Brock and Dusty — a.k.a. the Hunter Brothers — are the epitome of Canadiana country. The five brothers from Shaunavon, Saskatchewan, grew up singing gospel with their family across Canada and the U.S., working on the family farm and playing hockey for the likes of the Kelowna Rockets and the Toronto Marlies.
After taking a timeout from their various professions — and on a break from the farm — the brothers found themselves drawn to the singing that united them in their childhood. Having each played instruments since pre-kindergarten, they brought their exceptional talents together and for the first time began to turn their attention to country music.
Their unique approach to the industry is working – in 2017 they were awarded two Saskatchewan Country Music Association Awards for Group of the Year and Emerging Artist, as well as a nomination for Interactive Artist of the Year at the CCMA Awards. Since their debut album release the unique group has become internet sensations, gaining more than 2 million views on their hilarious song parody videos, always performed in perfect harmony.
A busy summer festival season is on the horizon for the group, which will take to the stage at Country Thunder (SK) and (AB), Stonewall Quarry Days (MB), and Havelock Jamboree (ON).
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