The Hunter Brothers are a Canadian country band comprising five brothers, Luke, J.J., Ty, Brock and Dusty Hunter. The brothers came into the spotlight in 2016 after signing with Open Road Recordings and releasing their debut single, “El Dorado,” which landed on the Billboard Canada Country chart a month later. The Hunter Brothers had a follow up single, “Long Way to Love You,” which hit top 40 radio rotation later that year.
A country group that's proud of its Canadian roots, the Hunter Brothers grew up in Shaunavon, Sask., singing gospel, working on their family farm and playing hockey. United by their interests and shared musical talent, before long they exploded onto the country music scene.
Although they only started releasing music a year ago, they've already been nominated for a 2017 CCMA Award for interactive artist of the year.
On March 3, 2017, the Hunter Brothers released their first album, Getaway. The single "Born and Raised" from the album was released on radio on July 26 and was particularly special to the group of brothers as the music video was shot on their farm and features a benefit concert that raised over $60,000 for local community organizations.
Watch the exclusive premiere of "Born and Raised" below.
Experience the best in new Canadian Country Music. The nominees for the Canadian Country Music Association awards back-to-back and head-to-head. Hear: Dean Brody, Gord Bamford, High Valley.