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David Roy Williams is bringing Boyce Avenue back to Australia

by Paul Cashmere on November 21, 2018

in News

YouTube sensations the Manzano brothers known as Boyce Avenue will tour Australia in February.

Boyce Avenue have had over 4 billion views on YouTube and have over 12 million subscribers.

Boyce Avenue cover pop songs. Their most viewed YouTube video is their cover of Miley Cyrus’ ‘We Can’t Stop’ with over 180 million views.

Boyce Avenue formed in Florida in 2004 and frequently tour the world. The success led them to Universal Music in 2010 who released their debut album on the Republic imprint. Then in 2011 they formed their own label 3 Peace Records and have also become music moguls with their first signing Hannah Trigwell.

The Manzano brothers also work as vocal coaches for The X Factor in the USA.

David Roy Williams will tour Boyce Avenue in Australia.

Brisbane Plaza Auditorium Friday February 1
Sydney Enmore Theatre Saturday February 2
Adelaide The Gov Sunday February 3
Melbourne Hamer Hall Thursday February 7
Perth The Astor Friday February 8

Tickets on sale Friday November 23
Bookings: http://davidroywilliams.com/tours/boyceavenue/

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