Cosmic-Country Outlaw Henry Wagons hits the road with his latest album, South of Everywhere

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Cosmic-Country Outlaw Henry Wagons hits the road with his latest album, South of Everywhere

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Words by Staff Writer

The tour kicks off in Victoria this weekend, heading to Rye, Ballarat and Geelong.

Buckle up, music lovers! Australia’s very own Cosmic-Country Outlaw, Henry Wagons, is hitting the road to support his sensational third solo album, South of Everywhere. With a string of captivating performances lined up across Victoria, this is one tour you won’t want to miss.

Kicking off this weekend, Henry Wagons will be serenading fans with his eclectic sound at the following venues:

  • Friday, August 4 – Haba, Rye
  • Saturday, August 5 – Volta, Ballarat
  • Sunday, August 6 – Barwon Club, Geelong

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Filled with exceptional tracks like the new single “I Don’t Know When It Is I’m Gonna Die,” alongside gems like “(Don’t Be) Down and Out” and “Felix Granger The Finger Pickin’ Boy” (featuring Chris Cheney), South of Everywhere is a showcase of Wagons’ storytelling prowess and irresistible songs.

South of Everywhere marks Henry Wagons’ triumphant return since his award-winning 2016 album, “After What I Did Last Night,” which was recorded in Nashville with some of his favorite musicians. While still drawing inspiration from American Outlaw Country, this latest offering has a more homegrown flavor, with Henry playing most of the instruments himself and inviting some of his favorite local artists, including Chris Cheney (The Living End), Katie Brianna, Hannah Crofts (All Our Exes Live in Texas), and Lachlan Bryan, to join him in creating this masterpiece.


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The album also features exciting international collaborations, like “Cover My Eyes,” a unique alliance with acclaimed hip-hop/pop songwriter Mr. Hudson, and “Just Another Day on the Run,” a breezy West Coast gem co-written with producer Matt “Linny” Linesch and Lachlan Bryan, capturing the struggles of life on and off the stage.

In addition to original compositions, Henry Wagons puts his stamp on Bob Dylan’s hidden gem “Everything is Broken,” and takes listeners on a fond and slightly hazy farewell journey with “It’s Time to Go Joe.”

Henry Wagons’ South of Everywhere tour promises an unforgettable experience of raw talent and musical storytelling that will leave audiences wanting more. So grab your tickets and get ready to embark on a journey with the one and only Henry Wagons!

Tickets can be purchased here