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Brother is a rock band incorporating Celtic rock (with bagpipes), mongrel rock, Australian rock, didgeridoo, and vocals. They record on their own Rhubarb Records label, and have gained a worldwide following with their meld of Celtic music and dress with alternative rock and style.
The Richardson brothers - Hamish, Angus and Fergus - grew up in Bathurst and attended the Scots School, where they participated in the School's pipe band. The band formed in 1992 around the nucleus of the Richardson brothers and began touring pubs in Sydney, Australia. After releasing their first album Black and White, they scored a spot opening for Joe Walsh; a number of albums followed, as well as placement of a song, "An Daorach Beag", on the soundtrack to the movie Baraka. A live album, 2000's This Way Up, was met with critical acclaim and an opportunity to perform at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.