The Ahern Brothers bring acclaimed slice of Americana to Good Nights' final 2017 Mandurah show

Brothers from another mother: The Ahern Brothers bring their critically-acclaimed debut album to Mataya Bakery for the final Good Nights Mandurah show of 2017 on August 3. Photo: supplied.

Brothers from another mother: The Ahern Brothers bring their critically-acclaimed debut album to Mataya Bakery for the final Good Nights Mandurah show of 2017 on August 3. Photo: supplied.

Following a string of successful shows in conjunction with Shape Mandurah throughout 2017, Good Nights is gearing up for their final show in Mandurah as part of the Winter Wonderland Festival on Thursday August 3.

The show will take place at the brand-new Mataya Eatery on Scholl Street in the heart of Mandurah, and will feature east coast  duo The Ahern Brothers with Perth’s Davey Craddock.

Both highly respected solo artists and songwriters in their own right, Steve Grady and Josh Rennie-Hynes formed The Ahern Brothers after an impromptu trip to the United States in late 2016.

The duo recently released their self-titled debut album to an incredible response, with Rolling Stone giving it four stars.

Immediate comparisons to Simon and Garfunkel or The Everly Brothers in terms of storytelling and harmonies are to be expected - but this is an album that stands on its own.

The singing and performances are world class, but freedom and playfulness are what make The Ahern Brothers incredibly refreshing.

Organic, cohesive, pure and spacious, these are two incredibly talented young songwriters who joined their skills to create the best songs they possibly could.

Patrons can expect an incredible night of songs and storytelling from some of Australia’s most talented emerging artists.

The show is BYO drinks, with snacks available to purchase from the venue.

Tickets are limited, and can be booked through alwaysgoodnights.com/shows or in person at Mataya Eatery.

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