Hindley Street Country Club Debut Australian Tour

TEG DAINTY is thrilled to announce that internet-busting Australian music collective Hindley Street Country Club are heading out on their first-ever national tour this September & October.

Having performed sold-out solo dates around the country and abroad, the 6-city national tour will take the cover band sensation to Perth’s Astor Theatre on Saturday 9 September, before heading to Melbourne, Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide, and Brisbane.

Rock star manager Dennis Dunstan (formerly Fleetwood Mac) had his plans to retire in Queensland squashed when he chanced upon the Hindley Street Country Club, and the potential and pull of the talented collective was simply too great for him to pass on.

Hailed as the ‘Greatest Cover Band in the World’, the HSCC produce unique interpretations of iconic anthems and heart-wrenching ballads — recorded live from start to finish. A dynamic performance that must be experienced to be understood.

Founded in 2017 by Arranger/Producer Constantine Delo, the Hindley Street Country Club — named after Adelaide’s infamous strip — started as a group of talented local musicians coming together each week to record re-arranged covers and upload them online. Fast forward to today, the HSCC have garnered over 790,000 YouTube followers, 426+ million views, and amassed a whopping 1+ BILLION views across all social media platforms (and counting!).

The dynamic 13-piece band debut new content on YouTube every Friday afternoon, reinterpreting the greatest hits from the 70’s, 80’s and 90’s which sees them take on The Doobie Brothers, Chaka Khan, Phil Collins, Chic, Michael Jackson, Whitney Houston, Fleetwood Mac, Heart, Boston and more — talk about TGIF!

Bass player, musical arranger and a founding member of HSCC, Constantine Delo says, “Recreating iconic songs from an incredible era of music, always with a unique arrangement twist for each song, is a trademark of HSCC, without taking anything away from the original. I work with the best musicians I can find, fortunately, they were right under my nose here in Adelaide. Go figure!”

He added, “The idea is to transport you, take you back. It’s like the scent of a perfume that takes you back to a time or place.”

Their skilful renditions, including Nothing’s Gonna Stop Us Now, All By Myself, and I Want To Know What Love Is, have earned public acclaim from experts and fans alike.

A musical force to be reckoned with, the group who “melted the internet” (The Advertiser) has built a global following from the ground up, catching the attention of a host of famous names, including Mick Fleetwood, Leo Sayer, and Patty Smyth along the way — and they’re only just getting started.

Visit www.tegdainty.com for tickets & tour information

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