Well-known music duo John and Graeme Howie will perform a fundraising show in Inverell next month.
In support of Operation: Operating Room, The Howie Bros will rock the Inverell RSM on June 2 from 2pm.
Currently celebrating 20 years since they began a recording career, the identical twins spent their early years growing up on dairy farms in Gippsland.
The pair completed a Bachelor of Music at Melbourne University before teaching classroom music at secondary schools.
John Howie even taught Kylie Minogue at Camberwell High School. They've always loved vocal harmony and are the only Australians to have won the international harmony award in America.
The Howie Bros have won three Golden Guitars at the Australasian Country Music Awards in Tamworth, when they were members of their original band "1901".
They have just released a brand new CD entitled 'Dimboola' with 20 songs, including a number of original songs (The Howie's are prolific songwriters), and a number of well known songs like "The Twelfth Of Never", "When Two Worlds Collide", "Paloma Blanca", "I Heard The Bluebirds Sing", "Tips Of My Fingers", and "Don't Forget To Remember".
The Howie Bros have just returned from a highly successful Canada/Alaska cruise, where they performed with Adam Harvey, on the luxurious Radiance of the Seas.
Inverell is one of many stops during their four-week tour of QLD and NSW, with performances also in Tenterfield, Armidale, Toowoomba, Tamworth and Gympie.
Tickets are $20 and can be purchased at the door.