The Crosby Sisters, Jodie and Kelly, have been entertaining audiences since the mid-1980s, and have gathered a discerning and loyal fan-base that continues to follow their chart-topping career.
After sold-out regional shows around the Tamworth region, the Crosby Sisters received the inaugural Australian Independent Album of the Year in Mildura in 1997 (Coming On Strong) before they scored the Golden Guitar for Group/Duo in 2001 with a stunning version of Nanci Griffith’s Trouble In The Fields and were named the first winners of the Country Music Association of Australia’s Independent Entertainers of the Year in 2000.
Jodie and Kelly have toured throughout Australia and New Zealand, opened for international stars Dr Hook, Charley Pride and Foster and Allen and Australian artists including John Williamson, Lee Kernaghan and The Bushwackers. They toured with Slim Dusty and have appeared at festivals around the country, as well as headlining their own concerts.
“We look forward to coming over to WA for the 2020 Boyup Brook Country Music Festival presented by LiveLighter. It’s been quite a few years since we played at the festival.”