The love in Australia for country rockabilly singer songwriter Red Rivers runs deep.
Born in Cairns in Queensland, Red Rivers began his recording career in Sydney in the early 1990s. In 1996, Red released his debut album ‘Hillbilly Heart’ on Shock Records. The album won a couple of Australian Independent Country Music Awards and a Tamworth Golden Guitar nomination.
Early 1998, album number two ‘Quarter Mile Down’ was released. Produced by Joe Camilleri it attracted much acclaim. Red's third album ‘Low Down Twang’ was released in 1999 and featured Roadtrain a real audience favourite co-written with American Dale Watson.
After a break away from the music scene, Red Rivers is returning to the stage in 2020 to bring you his distinctive hillbilly and rhythm’n’blues twang and he’ll be rockin’ the joint at GreazeFest on Sunday August 2.