Three Redcliffe sisters known for their earthy sound and bohemian country style are continuing to make waves in the country music industry with the girls playing at a few large Moreton Bay Region events such as The Anywhere Festival and the Wamuran F.A.M Festival.
Sisters Nina, Wren and Lulu, who go by their stage names, are also recording success on the music charts, with thousands of people from across the country streaming their singles.
About Vixens of Fall
Sisters Nina, Wren and Lulu have called the Moreton Bay Region home after moving from Cairns to the Redcliffe peninsula in 2001.
Their band, Vixens of Fall, is well known for its earthy sound and Bohemian country style, which they say reflects their homeland – sweet, hot and a little bit crazy.
Since their very first gig at the last Urban Country Music Festival in 2016, the trio has amassed a large following of country music lovers, as well as a string of hit singles, music accolades and special gigs.
Following the success of their debut EP A Love Like Ours, the band has released a number of hit singles in the past 18 months, including having one of their songs reach the No.1 spot on the iTunes Country charts.
A number of their most recent songs have also dominated the top 20 on the Australian Country Music Chart, with some Prove You Wrong and Ain’t Going Home being among songs from other talented artists such as Keith Urban, Adam Brand and Amy Sheppard.
In early 2022, Nina, Wren and Lulu lived out one of their wildest dreams – playing on the main stage at the Tamworth Country Music Festival in front of thousands of festival goers.
The sisters are no strangers to the Tamworth country music scene. In 2020, they were named runner up at the Aristocrat Entertainer of the Year, as a last-minute entrant, and won the Battle of The Bands competition.
Following their appearance in Tamworth this year, the band returned home to Moreton Bay where they played in front of a home crowd as part of this year’s Anywhere Festival in June – which brought a wide range of acts and performances out of the theatres and onto the streets of South East Queensland.
Vixens of Fall also played at the inaugural Wamuran F.A.M Festival on September 24, which was attended by more than 2000 people.
They describe their sound as elements of Fleetwood Mac and The Eagles, with a mixture of country classic and a little rock’n’roll.
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