Here it is! The special Brothers, Angels & Demons 2017 tour. These gigs will see The Angels in full flight, pumping it out, doing what they do best. And don’t be surprised if an acoustic number appears, Rick Brewster moves to keyboards or a friend jumps up for a song or two.
Over the years certain bands who have shared countless stages with The Angels have become mates, and these include special guests Rose Tattoo, Diesel, Mi-Sex & Hitmen DTK, who will be joining them on different nights.
If you’re a fan of great Aussie pub rock these shows are not to be missed.
The tour is on during October, November & December 2017 and tickets will sell fast!
Brand New 36 Track Album
It’s Jug Band To Rock Music To Orchestral Symphony
The ‘Brothers, Angels & Demons‘ album is the penultimate audio journey through a successful music career which begins pre-rock band and travels right through to The Angels playing their hits alongside the Adelaide Art Orchestra.
Starting out in Adelaide as the Moonshine Jug And String Band, the Brewsters and Doc Neeson first came together during this period in the early 70’s. After changing to electric instruments, being discovered by AC/DC producers Vanda & Young and then creating their own unique riffs, vocal styles and manic performance skills the group became a force of their own.
From here The Angels grew to be the band who would draw Australia’s largest crowds into the sweaty beer barns that were the playground of all those who flocked to the new sensation known as Pub Rock.
No other album has ever given this much insight into the huge metamorphosis seen by Australia’s most enduring rock band.