Makirum, Tayzin and Shardyn, three farm boys from Mudgee, made their musical debut at the ages of 10, 11, and 12 years old respectively, delighting crowds with their unique sibling harmonies and instrumental skills.
The dynamic trio won the hearts of Australia when they placed third on Xfactor in 2014 and after the show had success with their single The Lucky Ones.
In 2015 they released their second single Brothers Never Part, and this was followed by their new studio album of the same name on January 15, 2016. The album placed at #11 on the Aria Charts, as well as #1 on the Country Aria Charts and #2 on the Australian Aria Charts.
Working extensively across the metro and regional areas of Australia, Brothers3 then departed on their brand new tour, A Decade Strong, which celebrated the boys reaching the ten year mark of the creation of Brothers3.
Brothers3 continue their trail blazing work reshaping Australian modern country music with the release of their latest original album Brand New Day. The boys have stayed true to their country and folk roots, knowing that their closeness as brothers and their unique harmonic style has captivated audiences all across the world.
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