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Josh Setterfield Headlines First International Show

24 February 2023 | 1:45 pm | Mallory Arbour

Buckle & Boots is set for Thursday 25th – Sunday 28th May 2023

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Continuing to break the mould and push boundaries in the country music genre, Josh Setterfield has landed his first international show – Buckle & Boots Country Festival in Manchester, UK.

Set for Thursday 25th – Sunday 28th May 2023 at Whitebottom Farm, Etherow Country Park, Compstall, Buckle & Boots is an award-winning annual country music festival that showcases the best of country music worldwide while offering a beautiful setting for festival goers.

This year welcomes acts from the US, UK, Australia, Canada, the Netherlands and New Zealand. Setterfield appears as one of the headliners alongside Everette, Aaron Goodvin, Jesse G, Jeremy McComb and Deborah Parlor with Honky Tonk Roadshow and The Country Orchestra.

Additional artists on the line-up includes Adam Brucass, Backwoods Creek, Blue Foley, Brooke Law, Chastity Brown, Chloe Jones, D Vincent Williams, Dan Olsen, Danny McMahon, Donna Marie, Eddy Smith & The 507, Eleri Angharad, Emilia Quinn, Eric & Jensen, Gasoline & Matches, Grace Kelly, Hayley McKay, Katie Nicholas, Katie O’Malley, Katy Hurt, Lisa T, Preston D Barnes, Robyn Red, Sarah Yeo, Tennessee Twin, The Burner Band, The Reeves Brothers, Trick Savage, Two Ways Home and Wood Burnt Red.

Well this is pretty crazy… but I’m headed to the UK. 🇬🇧 My first international show 🤘🏻

Posted by Josh Setterfield on Friday, February 10, 2023

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Raised in Wangi Wangi, near Newcastle, Setterfield grew up listening to a variety of artists including George Strait, Keith Urban, Mötley Crüe, Poison, Def Leppard and Elvis Presley (thanks to his grandfather who played bass in a band) and most genres notably classics from the 50s, 80s, pop punk and country. He started playing guitar and drums as a kid, as well as songwriting.

After rebelling as a teenager and listening to bands like Rancid, NOFX, Good Charlotte and Simple Band, Setterfield began his professional music career playing drums in a The Living End cover band. He later fronted the pop punk band Call The Shots for seven years. Before they disbanded, their highlights included touring with The Offspring and Simple Plan.

Setterfield transitioned from pop punk frontman-to-solo country entertainer in 2016. He has since released three EPs – Live It Up (2016), From Dusk (2017) and Till Dawn (2019), all of which debuted in the top 5 on the iTunes country charts and have accrued over one million streams.

Building a loyal fanbase around the country with a unique sound, Setterfield has delivered knockout performances at major festivals including Savannah in the Round, Groundwater Country Music Festival, Gympie Music Muster, Deni Ute Muster and Tamworth Country Music Festival and alongside noteworthy names like American country band Love and Theft, Casey Barnes, The Wolfe Brothers, Shannon Noll, Travis Collins, The Viper Creek Band and more.


Keep up to date with Josh Setterfield on his Facebook page here.