The Viper Creek Band will be delivering their brand of country rock to Bundy audiences at this year’s Lighthouse Festival, to be held at the Jack Norgate Oval in Burnett Heads on Friday, 25 October.
This year's “Rock the Lighthouse” has a fantastic line-up of modern country artists which also includes Col Finley and The Dennis Sisters and with tickets at just $25, it promises to be a great night out.
The Viper Creek Band first came together in 2011 when Damien rounded up Brad (drums) Jeremy (guitar) and Ruben (bass) to form a new group.
Gaining their musical influence from all varieties of music, Damien described their sound as “modern country rock with an American Nashville sound”.
Since 2011 the boys have gone from strength to strength, wowing Australian and international audiences with their music, playing at country music festivals here and in North America and in 2016 earning four top 10 singles in the ARIA charts.
When asked what Bundy audiences could expect from The Viper Creek Band on Friday, Damien said there would be something for everyone.
“We will be performing original songs from our three albums and great covers,” he said.
“A Viper Creek show is high energy and we love crowd involvement.
“It’s all about having a fun and a good time.”
The Viper Creek Band released their new album “Beautiful Destruction” in 2019 and their latest single from the album “Blue Jean Jacket” is one to check out.
You can find out more about The Viper Creek Band and the other amazing artists who will be playing at this weekend’s Lighthouse festival by clicking here.
- Don’t forget the Bundy Gig Guide has your complete list of live local music.