Iconic Duo Entertained Crowds in Denmark, Switzerland and Sweden


NASHVILLE, Tenn. (March 30, 2016)
– The Bellamy Brothers returned to the U.S. after another sold-out
European tour that included packed venues in Denmark, Switzerland,
Sweden and Finland. While they did not travel to Brussels, the
internationally-acclaimed duo were warned of heightened security and
potential threats while overseas.

“The news of the Brussels Airport bombing was released less than an
hour before we were due to depart our hotel to the Zurich Airport for
our flight to Stockholm via Amsterdam. There was heightened security in
the form of armed guards at the check-in counters at the Zurich Airport.
By the time we landed in Amsterdam, the news had reached our family and
friends in the USA. We all started receiving emails, text and Facebook
messages and phone calls from people concerned about our safety. Many of
those concerned wanted to know if we would cancel the remainder of the
tour and return to the USA. While this was a horrific tragedy,
unfortunately it is unrealistic to think a similar attack can’t happen
in the USA or anywhere else in the world. If we live our lives in fear,
the terrorists have succeeded. Our thoughts and prayers are with the
people of Brussels and the families of those who lost loved ones,” David
Bellamy said.

The iconic duo played five sold-out shows during the European leg of
their 40th Anniversary Tour. The first stop was in Aalborg, Denmark on
March 17 at Kongres & Kulture Center:

“Bellamy Brothers have always been a big success in the Scandinavian
countries. They are one of the most popular country artists here with
SOLD OUT shows. It’s always a pleasure to work with the Bellamy Brothers
and their amazing international agent Judy Seale,” said Stig Ulrichsen,
CB&Ole B Booking AS.

After Denmark, the Bellamy Brothers embarked to Zurich, Switzerland
for three sold-out performances at Albisguetli Schutzenhaus.

“For 32 years, the International Country Music Festival has been held
in Zurich, Switzerland and we have worked with the Bellamy Brothers
since the 90’s. We thank the Bellamy Brothers for their stellar
performances and being so gracious,” Show & Music promoter Albi
Matter said.

Following their performance at the International Country Music
Festival, the duo set sail for the M/S Cinderella Viking Cruise Line
between Sweden and Finland.

“This was the first concert we booked on the M/S Cinderella in the
country rock genre and to our surprise the ship was sold-out thanks to
the Bellamy Brothers. We thank them for coming on board and I’m thankful
they didn’t let violence in Brussels affect their tour,”,” Jason
Colombick said.

The Bellamy Brothers will be back on the road this spring and summer
with dates across the U.S. as well as stops in Germany, Norway and
Canada, just to name a few (tour dates below). The successful second leg
of their tour coincides with their new album “40 Years: The Album,” a
compilation of past hits and new songs, which also benefits Susan G.
Komen by donating $1 of every U.S. iTunes download to fund breast cancer
research, education and community outreach programs. Click here to
purchase “40 Years: The Album.”

40 Years: The Album
encompasses more than their four decades in the music business. The
project is a compilation of past hits, like “Let Your Love Flow,”
”Redneck Girl” and “If I Said You Have a Beautiful Body (Would You Hold
It Against Me)” and 20 new songs.

April 06 Jamestown Fraternal Order Of Police Jamestown Civic Center- Jamestown, N.D.
April 07 Bismarck Rural Fire Department Bismarck Civic Center- Bismarck, N.D.
April 09 Havre Police Protective Association/ Armory-MSU- Northern- Havre, Mont.
April 10 Five Valley Crime Stoppers/ University Theatre-University Of Montana- Missoula, Mont.
April 12 Billings Police Protective Association/ Alterowitz Gym- Billings, Mont.
April 14 Platte Valley Community Center Theatre- Saratoga, Wyo.
April 15 Grizzly Rose- Denver, Colo.
April 16 Salt Creek Sports Lounge- Nephi, Utah
April 21 Private – Lecanto, Fla.
April 23 Private- Austin, Texas
April 26 ASAP Energy, Inc. Trade Show/ Pioneer Cellular Event Center- Weatherford, Okla.
April 28 Steiner Ranch Steakhouse- Austin, Texas
April 29 House Of Fi Fi Dubios- San Angelo, Texas
April 30 Redneck Country Club- Stafford, Texas
May 06 League City Village Fair- League City, Texas
May 07 Freiheit Country Store- New Braunfels, Texas
May 14 Music City Texas Theatre- Linden, Texas
May 27 Silver Saloon- Terrell, Texas
May 28 Atwood Music Festival/ Atwood Water Park- Monticello, Miss.
June 03 Lone Star Grill – Cedar Park, Texas
June 04 Tom Tom Festival – Yoakum, Texas
June 09 Private Engagement- Cleveland, Ohio
June 11 Lake Striker Marina / Concert Field- Reklaw, Texas
June 17 House Pasture Cattle Company- Concan, Texas
June 18 Mid-Coast Spring Break Bikefest Pickleheads Roadhouse- Sunrise Beach, Mont.
June 24 16th Annual Funtastic Fourth-Festival- Big Spring, Texas
June 25 Waylon’s And Ray’s- Brownwood, Texas
July 02 Redneck Country Club- Stafford, Texas
July 09 Margaritaville Resort Casino – Bossier City, La.
July 15 Bluegate Theatre- Shipshewana, Ind.
July 16 Bluegate Theatre- Shipshewana, Ind.
July 19 Anderson Music Hall- Hiawassee, Ga.
July 22 Country Thunder USA- Twin Lakes, Wis.
July 29 Billy Bob’s Texas- Fort Worth Texas
July 30 Main Street Crossing- Tomball, Texas
Aug. 04 Clayton County Fair- National, Iowa
Aug. 05 Gillespie Family Farms “Friends & Neighbor Celebration”- Johnson, Minn.
Aug. 06 Private- Dickinson, N.D.
Aug. 07 Rollie’s- Sauk Rapids, Minn.
Aug. 10 Umatilla County Fair Open Grass Courtyard- Hermiston, Ore.
Aug. 11 Tillamook County Fair Rodeo Arena w/ Grandstand- Tilamook, Ore.
Aug. 13 Hawg-A-Rama Points West Farm- Regina, SK, Canada
Aug. 18 Music Ranch Montana- Livingston, Mont.
Aug. 19 The Outlaw Saloon – Ogden, Utah
Aug. 20 I-Bar Ranch / Concert Series- Gunnison, Colo.
Aug. 27 Theatre Dublin- Dublin, Ga.
Sept. 03 Loften Country Festival- Leknes, Norway
Sept. 07-22 Norway Tour (Venues TBA)
Sept. 17-24 Rock And Blues Cruise- MSC Sinfonia- Italy, Croatia, and Greek Isles
Sept. 24 Grosses Kurhaus- Bad Fussing, Germany
Sept. 30 Come And Take It Celebration Downtown Gonzalez- Gonzalez, Texas
Oct. 01 Red Neck Country Club- Stafford, Texas
Oct. 02 South Texas Fall Festival- Robstown, Texas
Oct. 08 Private – Midland, Texas
Oct. 15 Bayou Fest / Highland Bayou Park- La Margue, Texas
Oct. 23 Private- San Marcos, Texas
Oct. 28 Stampede – Houston, Texas
Oct. 29 Lone Star Ball / Private- Houston, Texas
Nov. 04 Hank’s Texas Grill- McKinney, Texas
Nov. 03 Private – Houston, Texas
Nov. 05 Wellington Ritz Theatre, Wellington, Texas
Nov. 10 The Museum Club- Flagstaff, Ariz.
Nov. 11 Peppermill Concert Hall- Wendover, Nev.
Nov. 12 Sevier Valley Center- Richfield, Utah
Nov. 13 Hitching Post 1- Apache Junction, Ariz.
Nov. 18 Country Tonite Theater- Pigeon Forge, Tenn.
Nov. 19 A. Curtis Andrews Auction Barn- Federalsburg, Md.
Nov. 26 Sugar Creek Casino / Event Center- Hinton, Okla.

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