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Live Review: The Hillbilly Killers (feat. Tim Rogers, Bill Chambers & Catherine Britt) - The Basement Sydney (24.04.13)

Tim Rogers is sitting at a primo table, having a drink while he reads a book. Catherine Britt’s ma is out back selling the merch and the “older” crowd are finishing off the last of their dinner. Welcome to the madhouse AKA the Sydney debut for Australia’s very own alt-country supergroup, The Hillbilly Killers.

The Hillbilly Killers announce east coast dates from March 30.

Following on from their debut appearance together at the 2013 Telstra Road to Discovery, The Hillbilly Killers will be playing together over a more extensive run of dates. Made up of Tim Rogers, Bill Chambers and Catherine Britt, The Hillbilly Killers is a result of just over two years writing and completing demos. Definitely get out and see the band perform - you're not often going to get the chance to see three performers of this calibre take to the stage together.

9th annual Gum Ball festival reveals more artists set to perform in the Hunter Valley this year.

The Gum Ball Festival is known for its penchant of assembling quite the eclectic line-up of musicians from Australia and abroad, and 2013 is no different. Following on from the festival's initial announcement of bands, The Gum Ball has revealed that the alt-country 'supergroup' The Hillbilly Killers are set to headline this year's installment.

The full line up of artists announced so far reads as follows:

The Hillbilly Killers
The Medics
The Eastern (NZ)
Money For Rope

Telstra celebrates 10 years with live music extravaganza!

The Telstra Road to Discovery is coming to an end, with a mind blowing finale headlined by The Hillbilly Killers in their premier performance. With a huge lineup of past and present winners and the top ten artists from the competition, The Telstra Road to Discovery Final is sure to get Tamworth rocking on January 22nd.

Gig Announcements: Airileke, Pirate, The Hillbilly Killers, Thee Oh Sees and more!

In this issue: Airileke launches his new album at AWME, Pirate set to take on Melbourne and Wollongong, The Hillbilly Killers make their debut appearance at the Tamworth Music Festival and much more!

Airileke launching Weapon of Choice at the AWME this weekend!