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Lee Kernaghan is set to rock Kingaroy

Lee Kernaghan will perform in Kingaroy next month.
Lee Kernaghan will perform in Kingaroy next month. Contributed

ONE of the biggest voices of Australian country music, Lee Kernaghan, will visit Kingaroy in October as part of his national 25th anniversary tour.

Mr Kernghan will take his hat off at the Kingaroy Town Hall on October 29.

Over the last 25 years Mr Kernaghan has achieved success with releases including Outback Club, Three Chain Road, 1959, Hat Town, Rules Of The Road, Electric Rodeo, New Bush, Ultimate Hits, Spirit Of The Bush, Planet Country, Beautiful Noise and Spirit Of The Anzacs, all which reached platinum or multi-platinum status.

Earlier this year Mr Kernaghan celebrated the Silver Anniversary of his ARIA award winning debut album, Outback Club (1992), with The 25th Anniversary Album.

"What a wild, crazy, incredible ride it has been,” Mr Kernaghan said in a statement.

"It doesn't seem that long ago I was doing solo shows down in the Riverina, towing a horse float that I used as a band trailer with all my music equipment rattling around in the back.

"Looking back now I feel so grateful for all the experiences that have led me to this point and all the legendary people who have come out to the shows and joined me on this ride of a lifetime.”

Mr Kernaghan will be supported by Tasmanian country rock band the Wolfe Brothers, were the runners up in the 2012 season of Australia's Got Talent.

Lee Kernaghan Boys from the Bush 25th Anniversary Tour is on at the Kingaroy Town Hall on October 29.

Doors open at 6.30pm with the show starting at 7pm.

Adult general admission will set you back $65.30, while children under 16 can get in for $43.90.

To purchase tickets and for more information visit http://bit.ly/2fu7TiF.

Topics:  country music kingaroy lee kernaghan whatson

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