Identical twins, Callum and Jackson McPartlane are each one half of the exciting new duo, Bo’Ness Brothers. Their Everly Brothers-esque sibling harmony tangles with acoustic guitars to create a unique Country Rock blend. 


Growing up just outside of Melbourne, in rural Whittlesea, as the children of parents in the music industry, the brothers were drawn to performing from an early age. “Every so often we’d be asked to go up on stage with the artists our parents were touring with,” recall Callum and Jackson. 


Now at just 20 years of age, they’ve already delighted audiences on the small screen, appearing on The Voice Australia 2020 and have toured nationally as a staple on the Red-Hot Summer Tour for the last three years. 


The brothers’ debut single, ‘We Don’t Need this Town’ (released Feb 2020), shot to no. 10 on the iTunes Australian Country Chart and No. 6 on the AMRAP regional chart. Their latest offering, ‘Light up the Airwaves’ – penned by Chris Cheney of The Living End and produced by multiple Golden Guitar Award and ARIA winner Matt Fell, alongside Nashville based ex-pat, Sam Hawksley – has racked up 175,000 streams on Spotify and Apple Music.


The lively Country Rock of Bo’Ness Brothers has quickly captured the ears of audiences around the nation, with flawless harmony so good, “you’ve got to hear them to believe it” (Mornington Peninsula Magazine)


Light Up The Airwaves

Co-written w/ Chris Cheney (The Living End)
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