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Thirsty Merc - 20 Good Years Tour
With Spring in the air and summer(time) just around the corner, Thirsty Merc is celebrating the warmer months with a live album and run of shows kicking off on 5 October.

Thirsty Merc are going Live with new album and tour

With Spring in the air and summer(time) just around the corner, Thirsty Merc is celebrating with a live album and run of shows kicking in October.

With Spring in the air and summer(time) just around the corner, Thirsty Merc is celebrating the warmer months with a live album and run of shows kicking off on 5 October. 

Thirty Merc Live! is the group’s first-ever live album and is set for release on 4 October, the album was recorded over two nights at the Gasometer Hotel in Collingwood, Victoria in late 2017 and mixed and produced by the band’s long-time collaborator, Lindsay Gravina (The Living End, Kate Miller-Heidke, The Birthday Party).

“We reckon this album uncompromisingly showcases the rawness of our live gigs, with a sonic presentation that easily stands up to any of our studio releases. Needless to say, we’re pumped to be hitting the road again in October!” said singer, Rai Thistlethwayte.

The album showcases one of the country’s hardest working bands, complete with banter and audience reactions, putting you front and centre for all their hits including In the Summertime, Tommy and Krista, Someday Someday and 20 Good Reasons

Tickets for all Thirsty Merc Live! Tour shows are on sale now from thirstymerc.com

Thirsty Merc are going Live with new album and tour

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Thirsty Merc - 20 Good Years Tour
With Spring in the air and summer(time) just around the corner, Thirsty Merc is celebrating the warmer months with a live album and run of shows kicking off on 5 October.

Thirsty Merc are going Live with new album and tour

With Spring in the air and summer(time) just around the corner, Thirsty Merc is celebrating with a live album and run of shows kicking in October.

With Spring in the air and summer(time) just around the corner, Thirsty Merc is celebrating the warmer months with a live album and run of shows kicking off on 5 October. 

Thirty Merc Live! is the group’s first-ever live album and is set for release on 4 October, the album was recorded over two nights at the Gasometer Hotel in Collingwood, Victoria in late 2017 and mixed and produced by the band’s long-time collaborator, Lindsay Gravina (The Living End, Kate Miller-Heidke, The Birthday Party).

“We reckon this album uncompromisingly showcases the rawness of our live gigs, with a sonic presentation that easily stands up to any of our studio releases. Needless to say, we’re pumped to be hitting the road again in October!” said singer, Rai Thistlethwayte.

The album showcases one of the country’s hardest working bands, complete with banter and audience reactions, putting you front and centre for all their hits including In the Summertime, Tommy and Krista, Someday Someday and 20 Good Reasons

Tickets for all Thirsty Merc Live! Tour shows are on sale now from thirstymerc.com

Thirsty Merc are going Live with new album and tour

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