They disbanded years ago!
South Australia’s newest addition to the country rock scene, the Wranglers play an exciting mix of specially selected Australian and American country hits and popular rock & roll songs from the past
The Wranglers are
Scottie Moar, lead guitar and vocals
Susan Harris, bass guitar and vocals
Quentin Falkenberg, drums.
The Wranglers recently had a very successful 3 night debut at the Riverland Country Music Festival at Barmera, including winning the Battle of the Bands.
Back l-r Ben Harris, Susan Harris, Scottie Moar
Front Quentin Falkenberg
.Ben’s sister, Susan Harris began singing at the age of 15, taking vocal lessons at North Side Vocal Academy. She sang at local country music clubs and then played with a band called Breakaway. She performed at many local talent quests and won a stack of awards in several categories female vocal, gospel, duet and band.
Scottie Moar also started singing early - at age 13. He went to the Riverland festival at Barmera and came away with first place in the male vocal. He formed the band, Twin Rivers, which performed at many clubs, functions and charity shows, and is now lead guitarist and vocalist for The Wranglers.
Quentin ‘Q’ Falkenberg is the old man of the band. A graphic designer with a Barossa print company in real life, his musical career BC (Before Country) has been with 60/40 cabaret, rock and roll, and Christian music bands. Though relatively new to country rock, he has played in many bands, and with his Roland Electric drum kit adds a totally different sound to country music.
Contact number (08) 8522 3262