Bo'Ness - Twin brothers Callum and Jackson boast authentic sibling harmony, which is naturally captivating with musical abilities beyond their years.
“You’ve got to see them to believe it”
Mornington Peninsula Magazine
Identical twin boys boasting sibling harmonies, who have grown up engulfed in music and around Australian music icons, travelling nation-wide with their parents who work in the Australian music industry.
Callum and Jackson McPartlane came up with their band name, reaching for inspiration from their past - finding out Bo’Ness is the hometown of their Scottish Grandmother. They are also proud “Gunditjmara” heritage on their Mother’s side.
They currently attend an Arts Academy at high school, on the Peninsula in Melbourne, where they’ve shared lead roles in all productions, and boast winning Wakakiri “People’s Choice Award” in the National finals. For this they re-arranged and sung a unique version of Redgum’s “I was only 19”. In July 2019 they attended the CMAA Academy of country music in Tamworth.
Bo’Ness has been lucky enough to share the stage and support the likes of Shannon Noll, Adam Brand, Vanessa Amorosi, Claymore, and Reece Mastin.
Callum and Jackson are passionate about being a part of the “Be Kind” movement founded by Kind is Cool, where they actively promote awareness against child violence and bullying.