Each artist is a country music veteran with years of experience.
Pearson shared on Facebook, “We have put our love of modern country music together into a show not to be missed. All four artists will be playing the best of our own original tunes on stage together, as well as sharing some of the best country duets and contemporary country songs as the ultimate party band. Three's a crowd... but... Four’s a PARTY!”
The six-date tour will take the foursome around west Queensland, starting in Taroom on July 3 and ending in Brisbane on July 30, with more dates for the rest of the country to be announced.
Each artist is a country music veteran, with years of experience between them.
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Chivell grew up with country music in his blood and started playing guitar at 17. He performed in cover bands for over ten years and was the driving force and frontman behind The Brook Chivell Band before he went solo. Since the release of his self-titled album, the Toyota Starmaker finalist has released a string of singles and is a regular performer at many country music festivals.
Darke began singing at ten years old and competing in local talent competitions when she was a child. The recently engaged 31-year-old has released one EP and two albums to date (both which reached the ARIA Charts). As well as being nominated for both Golden Guitar and CMC Awards, she opened for the likes of Kenny Chesney, Doc Walker, JoDee Messina and more.
Pearson has also been singing since she was a child, performing in youth groups, choirs and children’s variety shows, and began writing her own music in her late teens and performing in cover bands. She’s released a string of singles as well as two albums and opened for Lee Kernaghan, Adam Brand, The Wolfe Brothers, Casey Barnes and more.
Bass player turned soloist Turner released his debut four-track EP, Not About A Girl in 2016. The CMAA graduate has played for the likes of Travis Collins, Sinead Burgess, Liam Brew and more. He’s toured around Australia and New Zealand and regularly vlogs with his wife Gillian and children Za'Kyia and Jedd on their One For The Road YouTube channel.