Tickets are on sale now!
A new concert documentary celebrating the life and music of legendary Australian country singer, Lee Kernaghan is set to arrive in cinemas nationally on July 28.
Part concert and part road movie, Lee Kernaghan: Boy From The Bush features live performances of some of Kernaghan’s greatest hits (including a brand-new song) and the stunning local landscapes, remarkable people and amazing stories that have inspired him throughout his thirty-year career.
Released theatrically in Australia by Maslow Entertainment and disturbed by Universal Pictures Content Group, the film was directed by Kriv Stenders (Slim & I, Red Dog) and produced by Chris Brown (Slim & I, The Proposition) and Diana Le Dean (Slim & I).
Watch the trailer below!
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With 15 studio albums under his belt, Kernaghan has sold over 2.5 million albums in Australia and had 38 number 1 hits on the Australian Country Charts. He has won 37 Golden Guitar Awards, 4 ARIA Awards and was a recipient of the Outstanding Achievement Award in 2015.
Kernaghan’s most recent releases include 2022’s The Very Best of Lee Kernaghan – Three Decades of Hits, released in January, and Live at the Deni Ute Muster, released in April.
As well as his music, Kernaghan released his first book, The Boy from the Bush, These Are My Songs, These Are My Stories in 2015. In 2004, Kernaghan received the Order of Australia Medal and named Australian of the Year in 2008.
Tickets are on sale now. See where you can catch the film in a cinema near you here.
Keep up to date with Lee Kernaghan on his Facebook page here.