The Family Tree, who are playing at Harwood Hotel this Sunday.
The Family Tree, who are playing at Harwood Hotel this Sunday.

A Mountain of Memories for the Family Tree

UNIQUE Lower River band, The Family Tree, will be bringing their various instruments, their swag of songs, and their brand new album, "Mountains of Memories” to the Harwood Hotel this Sunday.

18 months of traveling around Australia singing at festivals, house concerts, and caravan parks has given birth to the new album, the family bands' third in five years.

The Family band had an album launch at Harwood last month and have been asked back by popular demand for one last gig before the Christmas break. "The Harwood Hotel and the people of the Lower River have been great supporters of our music over the years,” says Rob. "When we were asked to come back again before Christmas of course we said yes! We've seen a lot of great venues over the last three years but it is hard to beat the ambience of the Harwood Hotel on a Sunday afternoon!”

Rob, Amy and kids have been busy of late, recently supporting Sara Storer on her northern NSW tour. They will be joined this Sunday by grandparents Paul and Anne Commerford where The Family Tree will transform into a 7-piece, 3-generational family band, sure to make you smile and finish your weekend in the best possible way!

If you're stuck for something to do this Sunday afternoon, come to the Harwood Hotel and say "G'day” to Paul, Anne, Amy, Rob, Joel, Molly, and Charlie. Cold beer, a great view, and a fantastic afternoon of family entertainment is guaranteed!

Music will start around 1.30pm and go right through the afternoon until around 6pm.



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