Four-time CCMA Award nominees and three-time SCMA Award winners, the Hunter Brothers, make a stop in their busy schedule to play the Chaps & Spurs Country Fest this summer in Windsor ON.
Fresh off the release of their chart-climbing album STATE OF MIND, the Hunter Brothers just completed their first nationwide tour this past winter, “The Journey Tour 2019”.
“Lost”, the first single and corresponding video from STATE OF MIND had an impressive debut as the #1 Selling Canadian Single the week of Nov 12, and it was the #1 Most Added at Canadian Country Radio in the last week of November. Featuring the brothers’ brilliant harmonies, it captures the excitement of being “lost” in a new and overwhelming love.
The must-see group of brothers was born and raised in Shaunavon, SK. Luke, J.J., Ty, Brock and Dusty -- a.k.a. The Hunter Brothers – grew up caring about three things: hockey, music and farming. When they weren't working the fields, the five siblings spent summers singing gospel across Canada and the U.S., while winters were for hockey, playing for the likes of Kelowna Rockets and, eventually, the Edmonton Oilers. Following their debut album release, the brothers have been keeping the family tradition alive: hitting the road when they’re not riding the tractor, at times ballooning to as many as 21 family members in the same bus.
Some of their biggest hits will be performed at Chaps & Spurs including "Lost", "El Dorado", "Getaway", "Those Were The Nights", "Long Way To Love You", and "Born and Raised".