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Melbourne rockers Echo Del Tusker to make their WA debut in support of Rose Tattoo

| 17 October 2018 | Reply

Melbourne rockers Echo Del Tusker: New video & WA debut in support of Rose Tattoo

Echo Del Tusker with Rose Tattoo on their Rock n’ Roll Outlaw 40th Anniversary tour of Western Australia

2 November Ravenswood Hotel Ravenswood
3 November The Charles Hotel North Perth

Echo Del Tusker formed earlier this year when three long-serving members of the Melbourne rock scene found themselves not actively working as musicians. After making records, playing shows and touring around Australia and the world with their former bands, it was a meet-up at a Melbourne pub that launched the new group.

Estelle Artois (lead vocals/guitar) was a founding member of the female power-trio Tequila Mockingbyrd, Brendan Forward (guitar) recorded and toured with Massive and Mick Quee (bass) spent time with Dead City Ruins, Cicadastone and Perth’s own Hailmary – three rock ‘n’ roll lifers who found themselves musically single and unattached at the same time. “We all came together after having left our old bands, and none of us were done,” says Artois. “We really missed all those things that make you a working musician playing in a band.”


Artois, Forward and Quee each contribute their own style and sound to the band, and when blended together with drummer Josh Potter’s fierce drumming style you get Echo Del Tusker’s sound: music containing fragments of rock, blues, garage and a dash of R&B – or as guitarist Forward has labelled it: “guitar-driven soul rock.”

Echo Del Tusker’s debut single Can’t Keep Your Man was released on August 24th via GYROstream (AU) and is available at all major digital music outlets. The single was premiered on Triple M’s nationally syndicated radio show Home Grown; and Classic Rock Magazine called the track “a frisky chunk of pop-rock… We approve.”

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