Ant McKenna and Alf are the Alt-Folk Country Samaritans bringing fun, awesome tunes and mayhem to venues throughout the land. Ant McKenna is part of touring legends Those Bloody McKennas and Alf was the founding member of the act NEBO
2019 has already been a big year for the Alt-Folk/Country duo. Constantly touring, they completed a a summer East Coast tour to launch two singles off their up-coming album, following a big year of touring in 2018.
AlfanAnt has had great exposure through ABC. They spent over 2 months of 2018 bumping around the TripleJ Unearthed Charts. All tracks from their Lucky EP charted in the top 5 of the Roots Chart! Their Track Your Kind making it all the way to #1 Roots, #4 Rock and #6 Overall!!!
The duo are regular guests on ABC regional Stations Sunshine Coast, Northern Tasmania and Hobart. Their tracks Comes a Time and Two Weeks were played Nationally on ABC Live and Local
Queensland Music Awards
Their Queensland Music Awards 2018 Roots Song Of The Year Finalist for their track Comes a Time
Lucky EP Jan 2018
Instead of the usual hiring of a house on the beach through Air BnB, Alf decided to hire the renowned Brisbane Recording studio "Airlock" to celebrate his 45th year. He enlisted the services of Sound Recording Genius Yanto Browning and invited all of his friends (musically inclined or not) to help celebrate!
The result was Lucky; a four track piece of Alt-Folk/Country Magic!
From the heartbreaking title track Lucky of past losses and loves, the dynamic call to arms of "Comes a Time", the intimate harmonies which take you into the cabin with the truckie as he drives you across the Nullarbor in 2 Weeks, to the final tongue in check, singalong-foot stomp of Your Kind.
This EP is a moment in time recorded by a couple of journeymen singer-songwriters. If you value quality and something a little bit "out of the box" from your songwriters, AlfanAnt's Lucky EP will not only suffice, it will make you beg for more!
Aurora Australia 2019
Will see the release of their anticipated LP, national touring and major festivals including the Gympie Muster and Horizon Festival.