KASEY Chambers, Tom Busby and Jeremy Marou love a good get-together.
The Australian musicians usually catch up around a beach campfire, fishing, a few guitars and great songs.
This time, however, Chambers and Busby Marou are widening the circle.
The trio will hit the road together this spring, bringing their jam sessions to the stage as part of a new tour, Behind the Barricades with Kasey Chambers and Busby Marou.
Chambers and Busby Marou will perform 22 shows in cities and towns in all-age venues nationwide.
Chambers welcomed the timely opportunity for the trio to perform.
"I've been mates with the Busby Marou boys for a long time through music, stories and fishing and we are proud to announce that we are sharing this special tour together," she said.
"First playing our own sets of our most popular songs from down through the years and also joining together for a unique set that showcases our musical connection and friendship like no other.
"It's time to take this beach campfire jam to the stage!"
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Queensland duo Busby Marou looked forward to the intimate show.
"We've made a very special connection with the Chambers family over the years and to be able to share the big stage with Kasey for a full national tour, is the best news we've had in a long time," they said.
"Kasey is in a league with the most talented and hardest working artists in this country.
"We can't wait to bring our full band on this tour and to share the stage with Kasey for some exciting collaborations!"
It's 20 years since Chambers' ARIA #1 and 7 x platinum album Barricades and Brickwalls was released, featuring the smash hit single Not Pretty Enough, which also hit #1 on the ARIA Singles chart at the same time, a first for any Australian artist.
Chambers will feature many of the album's songs in her set to mark the milestone.
Hard-working live act, Busby Marou, is best known for its storytelling and gifted musicianship.
The duo won its third APRA songwriting award earlier this year for Over Drinking Over You from their ARIA Top 5 album The Great Divide, its third Top 5 release.
Marou, a proud Torres Strait Islander and Busby, a patriotic Queenslander, have been spruiking their home state as part of Tourism and Events Queensland's Good To Go campaign.
Tickets go on sale on Friday.
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