Brothers3 headline Pit Horse Statue Project fundraiser at Kurri Kurri Bowling Club

POPULAR: Brothers3 will perform at the Pit Horse Statue Project concert at Kurri Kurri Bowling Club on Saturday, August 19.
POPULAR: Brothers3 will perform at the Pit Horse Statue Project concert at Kurri Kurri Bowling Club on Saturday, August 19.

Popular country-folk trio Brothers3 will headline a concert at Kurri Kurri Bowling Club this Saturday night that will raise funds for the campaign to build a pit horse statue in the town.

Brothers3 captured the nation’s attention when they competed on The X-Factor Australia in 2014, and went on to finish in third place.

But the brothers from Mudgee – Makirum, Shardyn and Tayzin Fahey-Leigh – have been performing since they were barely big enough to hold a guitar, and had already released four independent albums by the time they appeared on The X-Factor.

They were nominated for Best New Talent at the 2015 Golden Guitars and released their next album, Brothers Never Part, in January 2016.

The boys’ mother Alita Fahey will also perform on the night, along with local artists Tara Naysmith and Greg Bain.

Tickets are $15 and the show will start at 7pm.

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