Well Hungarians are one of the nation’s hottest acts delivering a “high octane” sound. With over 200 unforgettable dynamic live performances a year, the Well Hungarians have performed for well over 2,500,000 fans since 1993!
The Legendary Well Hungarians, originating from the St. Louis/Southern Illinois area, have performed in concert with many music greats; from country artists Kenny Chesney, Alan Jackson, Gretchen Wilson (x4), Keith Urban, Travis Tritt, Tracy Lawrence (x3), Trace Adkins, Sara Evans, Charlie Daniels (x3), Keith Anderson (x2), Clay Walker, Blake Shelton, Jason Michael Carroll, LoneStar, Trick Pony, Craig Morgan, Deanna Carter, Chad Brock, Montgomery Gentry, Darryl Worley (x4), Chris Cagle (x2), Joe Nichols, Chuck Wicks, Mark Chestnutt, Tracy Byrd (x3), Joe Diffie, Trent Tomlinson (x2), Cowboy Crush, Bill Engvall, The Kinleys, Warren Brothers, Pat Green (x2), David Allan Coe (x2), Cyndi Thompson (x2), Clark Family Experience, BlackHawk (x2), Perfect Stranger, Tim Rushlow (of Little Texas), Ricochet, Emerson Drive (x3), Sammy Kershaw, Jeremy McComb, The Wrights, to rock artists including Little River Band (x3), Kansas, Yes, America, Dee Snider of Twisted Sister, Molly Hatchet, Steve Morse, The Outfield (x2), Otis Day and the Knights, April Wine, Head East, Georgia Satellites, and Dr. Hook!
Their musical repertoire covers a wide spectrum of songs of the 1970’s to current day hits! The vibrant, luxurious vocal harmonies of Well Hungarians separates them from other music acts, and are reminiscent of such musical icons as the Eagles, Restless Heart, Alabama, and Crosby Stills, and Nash. Well Hungarians members are seasoned, talented musicians and veteran performers, possessing experience gained by touring extensively with some of country music’s hottest national acts. The band members, as a whole and individually, have extensive long term professional recording and live playing experience. They perform both original shows and full cover-material shows spanning a wide variety of musical genres and styles.