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Two popular country music acts hit Bouldercombe on Sunday

CLASSIC COUNTRY: Dean Perrett and Glen Albrecht will perform traditional country music at their show in Bouldercombe this weekend.
CLASSIC COUNTRY: Dean Perrett and Glen Albrecht will perform traditional country music at their show in Bouldercombe this weekend. Contributed

IT'S sure to be a great night of entertainment when two popular country music acts hit Bouldercombe on Sunday.

Dean Perrett and Glen Albrecht have joined forces to bring a show packed with traditional country music to the Bouldercombe Recreation Complex.

Dean won two Golden Guitars in January at the Tamworth Country Music Festival.

His songs reflect the stories of the Australian bush and its people.

Dean was raised and still works on his family cattle property and now has 13 albums under his belt after starting his recording career in 1989.

Glen started making music with his twin brother at age 13 before he released his first single, Bucking Hell, in 2008.

Glen has always had a passion for country music and during his music career has performed at various functions throughout Queensland.

Tickets are available at the door; adults $20 and children under 13 free.

Topics:  bouldercombe country music



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