National Bluegrass champions and five-time Golden Guitar Winners, the Davidson Brothers are best known for their high powered pickin, fine vocal harmonies, classic humour and sharing their love of music, which transcends to the audience each time they take the stage.
Described as “Simply world class”, the Davidson Brothers, recently inducted into the Australian Country Music Hall Fame – Hands of Fame monument in Tamworth (2017), have created an iconic contemporary acoustic bluegrass sound and continue to breakdown boundaries as musicians and entertainers of the highest order.
Mostly self-taught, multi-Instrumentalists, both Hamish and Lachlan became in-demand session musicians before finishing high school. They have collaborated with a vast range of artists including Andrew Farris (INXS), The Black Sorrows, Melinda Schneider, Lee Kernaghan as well as Grammy award winning US bluegrass artists Jim Lauderdale, Don Rigsby and Mike Compton.
Raised in Gippsland, the boys have performed extensively across Australia for the past 20 years; as well as touring overseas regularly and building a following in both the USA and Europe. With eight album releases and a large catalogue of original material, the Davidson Brothers established the Australian Bluegrass Scholarship in 2011 in order to give back to the community and encourage the development of young acoustic musicians.
The Davidson Brothers are destined to have a long-standing career on the Australian music scene.