HUG is excited to be part of the entertainment at Hobart City Council’s Light up the Tree festivities. The event opens at 6pm on Friday 29 November at Mawson Place. Santa’s arrival around 6.30 is followed by family-friendly entertainment throughout the evening, culminating in tree light up around 8.30 pm. Hope to see you there!
Katie is HUG’s youngest member and her original song, Hawaiian Beach, has been shortlisted for the final judging round of the Australian Children’s Musical Foundation National Songwriting Competition, placing her in the top 15% of entries received.
Congratulations Katie from everyone at HUG for such a brilliant achievement…and we look forward to hearing you perform it for us.
HUG was so privileged to be amongst the 2.5k plus musicians and singers to make this single…AND to make the ‘recording of’ video…TWICE!!! (at 1m05s and 3m40s). All proceeds of sales go to the charity Support Act.
Available at iTunes, Spotify and EveryOneBand store. All proceeds go to the charity Support Act, supporting musicians & their families in need.
Final cut = 1,600 recordings & 2,586 band members, including
661 ukulele strummers
203 drummers and percussionists
85 brass players
66 strong string section
40 bass players
20 other instruments e.g. bagpipes
Video now on YouTube (watch for HUGers’ names at the end!)
Check out the promo for the upcoming release (1 June). HUG appears around 7 seconds in…don’t blink or you’ll miss us 😉. Preorder here.