COUNTRY clan The McClymonts are stripping their big beats and going back to their roots in their latest show, The Acoustic Harmony Tour.
The McClymonts— sisters Brooke, Mollie and Samantha — will stop at Castle Hill RSL on Saturday, February 23.
Mollie told the News the trio will sing some old favourites as well as songs from their recent album Two Worlds Collide — and all musicians will be playing acoustic instruments.
"We wanted a show which was more intimate and different from our other shows which usually has a big band," Mollie said.
"People have always told us that they want to hear our harmonies and so we listened to them and decided to perform a very intimate show where people can come and they can feel more relaxed."
Last year the sisters decided to take their music to the US.
"It's been a dream of ours to take our music to America," Mollie said.
"Country music is the number one genre of music over there so we thought that we would give it a go.
"They were so appreciative and they welcomed us."
They were also invited to perform at the legendary Grand Ole Opry where many country legends such as Hank Williams and Patsy Cline, have performed before.
This year the sisters are hoping to break into the American music charts when they return.
Details: 8858 4800 or castlehillrsl.com.au.