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We've been recording in the studio and are heading back to mix  our debut album planned for release in early 2024.

There's a couple more live shows scheduled for November before another year comes to an end - (See the details below) and we are looking forward to kicking off 2024 with performances at the iconic Tamworth Country Music Festival.

Thanks to everyone who has come along to our gigs this year, your support and encouragement truly inspire us.

Friday 24th November 2023, 
7- 10 pm
Hawkesbury Brewing Co.

900 Pacific Highway


 Unfortunately Hawkesbury Brewing have just  notified us they can no longer run Live Music on Friday Nights. Needless to say we are very dissapointed and apologise for this last minute advice and any inconvenience this may cause. Please keep checking our website and socials for details of upcoming shows. 



Tamworth Country Music Festival

January 19 - 28  2024, 

 Two Tone Pony are heading to Tamworth in 2024. We'll be playing  at a variety of venues across the city and are looking forward to immersing ourselves in Australia's premier country music event.


Friday 19th January 6-9pm

The Oasis Hotel

583 Armidale Road Tamworth.

Saturday 20th January 6 - 9pm

Tamworth City Bowling Club

Corner Napier & Brisbane Sts.


Sunday 21st January 7 pm

Toyota Fanzone Stage

Corner of Peel and Fitzroy Streets


Tuesday 23rd January 7 pm

Tamworth Songwriters Asociation Awards Night

Moonshine Bar, Family Hotel 

Cnr Bridge & Belmore Streets

Friday 26th January 6 - 9pm

Tamworth City Bowling Club

Corner Napier & Brisbane Sts.

Recent Gigs

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Hardy Bay Club 22 July 2023

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Charleville 1st July 2023

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Thank you for coming out - we had a record crowd and a lot of them came especially for you guys. And all of the feedback I've heard so far has been really positive. Murweh Shire Council.

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Recently, Ian, David and Greg got together to play a selection of Two Tone Pony songs in memory of David's friend Mick Donahue. Mick died five years ago from brain cancer and there's now a regular fundraiser for the Cure Brain Cancer Foundation held in a beautiful garden on the Central Coast of NSW. Artisans in a Matcham Garden showcased the talents of a wide range of interstate and local artists and the cut-down band contributed some original music to the events opening evening.
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