Launching their highly anticipated 3rd studio album “Beautiful Destruction” at Western Sydney’s Home of Country Music.
‘We threw the rule book out the door on this record. We have drawn on musical influences in and outside of country music but still feel we are being true to the Viper Creek sound’ explains lead vocalist Damien Baguley.
‘I wrote quite a few songs during a two-month stint in Nashville and then called on a few of my friends back home including Travis Collins, Troy Kemp, and Matt Scullion to complete the writing process’
The Viper Creek Band have toured extensively locally & internationally playing major festivals in Oz and all over North America, to name a few including Gympie Muster, Deni Ute Muster, Big Valley Jamboree (Canada) & CMC Rocks.
Don’t miss your chance to experience the new album first live in this one night only show supported by Toyota Star Maker Winner Rachel Fahim.
Rachael Fahim is Australia’s most streamed female country pop artist for 2018. Recognized as Australia’s answer to ‘Taylor Swift’, Rachael released her new single “What I don’t know” this month with over 50,000 streams within the first 48 hours.
Over the last 3 years Rachael has performed in over 250 live shows, won 2017’s Toyota Star-Maker competition, a CMC award nomination for ‘New Artist of the Year’ and her single “Brake Lights” reached #1 on CMC, #2 on the Australian Country Music Single Charts and #1 on Kix Country staying on the charts for 19 weeks.