All good things come in threes.
BABY IN THE (SPRING)TIME THAT IS WHERE I’LL BE.
They’re back, and thirsty for more.
Get mum on the phone.
A massive 37 date tour right through summer.
The Australian music industry was left devastated by the tragic death of much-loved production manager, Shane Cooper, and the serious injury of drummer Mick Skelton, in a car accident while on their way to a Thirsty Merc gig in regional Victoria. To raise money for the pair’s families, the old guard of Aussie rock are
Following on from the devastating car crash that claimed the life of their stage manager, Shane Cooper, and seriously injured their touring drummer, Mick Skelton, Thirsty Merc have announced that their The Good Life tour will kick back into gear on Wednesday, 7th October in Canberra. It follows an outpouring of support for the band,
The health of Thirsty Merc touring drummer Mick Skelton is continuing to improve, following last week’s devastating car crash that claimed the life of the band’s stage manager. According to Mick’s longtime mate Sarah McLeod, who’s been keeping fans updated about his condition via social media, the stickman is now out of intensive care, which
Good news out of the Thirsty Merc camp this afternoon, with reports that touring drummer Mick Skelton is now awake in hospital and breathing on his own, following a devastating car crash last week that claimed the life of the band’s stage manager. Mick’s good mate Sarah McLeod of The Superjesus has been keeping fans
Aussie rockers Thirsty Merc have been involved in a fatal car crash in Victoria, and are mourning the death of a crew member who was killed in the incident, which occurred on the way to a concert. Drummer Mick Skelton was also seriously injured in the accident. As News Corp Australia reports, the deceased man
Thirsty Merc are getting ready to gun it across Australia for a veritable Grand Prix of tour dates, in celebration of their brand new album, Shifting Gears. The trio will perform a monster 39 shows across the nation throughout September, October and November under the banner of The Good Life Tour, traversing all states and
Today’s Tour Guide features some veteran Aussie talent. Rock group Thirsty Merc have announced new tour dates in celebration of a 10-year milestone, singer-songwriter Mia Dyson has announced a tour and unveiled a new music video, whilst alt-rockers Screamfeeder have added some new tour dates to their schedule. Thirsty Merc’s Acoustic Anniversary Album And Tour
Thirsty Merc have announced dates for their national SPRING Tour, which will see them play twenty-four dates through seven states and territories this October/November.
After a whirlwind few years which saw Thirsty Merc take the Australian charts and radio airplay lists by storm, the band have spent the last twelve months immersed in songwriting and recording in Australia and America.