Country-Rock titans, McAlister Kemp made a triumphant return to the live arena with two huge shows at the Tamworth Country Music Festival and they are now ecstatic to be coming back to the Groundwater Country Music Festival for the first time in five years.
Consisting of Drew McAlister and Troy Kemp, McAlister Kemp are one of the most successful Australian country acts of the last decade. From the immediate breakout success of their debut album ‘All Kinds of Tough’ in 2010 through to their parting in 2015, the pair earned their stripes as one of the highest selling and most exciting touring acts in Australia.
But it is not just the strength of their live shows that brought them acclaim, their three albums; ‘All Kinds of Tough’ (2010), ‘Country Proud’ (2012) and ‘Harder to Tame’ (2014) are veritable classics of the genre packed with hands-in-the-air rockers such as “Hell Yeah”, “Hard Work”, “Country Proud”, “Harder To Tame” & “Tats” and anthems like “It Don’t Buy You Love”, “Home”, “Fight Me”, “100 Years the Anzac” and “All Kinds of Tough”.
The five year break has been rewarding for Drew & Troy individually with solo albums, hit singles, awards and touring and with a legacy as enduring as the MK catalogue, it was only a matter of time before the pair would unleash once again.
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