Photo Credit Rachael Carroll
THE TESKEY BROTHERS WIN 3 ARIA AWARDS!
WATCH THEIR STUNNING ARIA PERFORMANCE OF ‘RAIN’ + NOMINATED FOR A GRAMMY!
The Teskey Brothers honoured at the ARIA Awards, winning Best Group, Best Blues & Roots Album and Engineer of the Year!
The event also saw the band perform a breathtaking version of ‘Rain’, lifted from The Teskey Brother’s second and celebrated album on the night, Run Home Slow.
In what has been an incredible fortnight for the band, last week Run Home Slow was also nominated for a Recording Academy Grammy Award for Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical! The category recognises Paul Butler & Sam Teskey as the album engineers along with Joe Carra as mastering engineer.
The Grammy nomination announcement followed four Music Victoria Award wins – including the Premier’s Prize for Best Victorian Album, Best Band, Best Song (‘So Caught Up’) and Best Regional/Outer Suburban Act.
Run Home Slow debuted at #2 on the ARIA Album chart in August and stayed in the top 7 for four consecutive weeks. A testament to the dedication of their loyal and new fans alike, release week also saw Run Home Slow and their debut, Half Mile Harvest sit at #1 and #2 respectively on the iTunes Album Chart.
The Warrandyte four-piece have just a handful of shows left of their completely sold out, 16-date Australian tour of Run Home Slow. This tour follows on from a huge UK and Nth American run, which included a performance of ‘So Caught Up’ on Jimmy Kimmel Live.
The timeless Run Home Slow has captured the hearts of music fans and critics across the world. A huge congratulations to The Teskey Brothers, who are showing no signs of slowing down!
The Teskey Brothers are:
- Josh Teskey – vocals & rhythm guitar
- Sam Teskey – lead guitar
- Brendan Love – bass guitar
- Liam Gough – drums
ARIA Awards & Nominations:
Album of the Year
Best Group – WINNER
Best Australian Live Act
Best Blues & Roots Album – WINNER
Best Independent Release
Engineer of the Year (Sam Teskey) – WINNER
Grammy Award Nominations:
Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical
Music Victoria Award Wins:
Premiers Prize for Best Victorian Album
Best Song (‘So Caught Up’)
Best Regional/Outer Suburban Act