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Hunter Brothers**

  • Hunter Brothers**
  • Hunter Brothers**

**Represented in partnership with Action Entertainment

Real-life brothers, J.J., Dusty, Luke, Brock and Ty, are no strangers to hard work, perseverance and discipline. Life on a family farm wasn’t always easy, but the brothers attribute much of their success to their rural upbringing in a home dedicated to faith, music and sport. With over 76 million video & audio streams to date, Hunter Brothers have amassed a large volume of industry credibility in a record amount of time, including multiple CCMA Award nominations, JUNO Award nominations and SCMA Award wins.

Hunter Brothers' third studio album, ‘Been A Minute,’ is a compilation of their signature harmonies and up-tempo hits which delve into the heart of the times the world is presently walking through. Their sophomore album, ‘State of Mind,’ was released in 2019 and remained the #1 selling country album for four consecutive weeks following its release. “Lost” (their first #1 single at country radio), “Those Were the Nights” (from their debut album ‘Getaway’) and their Top 10 smash hit “Born and Raised” have all been certified Gold in Canada.

In 2020, Hunter Brothers were the #3 most-played Group or Duo on country radio in Canada. Known for their energetic and entertaining live shows, the group has played major country festivals in Canada and the U.S., and toured with country icon Paul Brandt.

In their latest EP, 'Burning Down the Barn,' the Hunter Brothers showcase high-octane, dance-ready anthems, including the title track "Burning Down The Barn" and the Top 40 radio single “What Colour You Drive.” Demonstrating their versatility as vocalists and performers, they continue to evolve and elevate their sound. The year 2023 marked significant achievements for the brothers, who celebrated their first headlining national tour with multiple sold-out dates and a Platinum certification for their very first #1 hit, “Lost,” from their JUNO-nominated album, 'State of Mind.'