Following an impressive innings, local peddlers of good times The John Steel Singers will be hanging up their leads and entering hiatus after their upcoming national tour.
The John Steel Singers announced their hiatus in a touching message to fans which explains “we still love each other very much and will still make lots of music together”, but reveals that life has simply gotten in the way of things.
“There is a brand new child in the band, a brand new bar, a brand new business and the ongoing challenge of balancing life with touring has led to the decision of halting the touring life for now,” the group say, before thanking their team and their supporters for the ride. Catch the full statement, below.
The John Steel Singers latest run of headline dates will see the band perform tracks from their new album Midnight At The Plutonium at venues in Toowoomba, Brisbane, Canberra, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth. Catch the band’s upcoming tour dates, below.
It’s been a productive 10-year career for The John Steel Singers, who released a respectable three full-length albums during that time. The group were regulars on the highways of not just Australia but the world, managing to tour throughout both Europe and the US.
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The John Steel Singers ‘Midnight At The Plutonium’ Tour 2016
Supported by Alex Lahey
Friday, 19th August
Spotted Cow, Toowoomba
Saturday, 20th August
The Triffid, Brisbane
Thursday, 25th August
Transit Bar, Canberra
Friday, 26th August
Newtown Social Club, Sydney
Tickets: Newtown Social Club
Saturday, 27th August
Northcote Social Club, Melbourne
Tickets: Northcote Social Club
Friday, 2nd September
Saturday, 3rd September