Frankie Stevens hits the road with NZ Highwaymen

Frankie Stevens , bottom left, joins the NZ Highwaymen for their 2024 tour. Photo: supplied.

With deep regret, legendary singer Eddie Low has decided to withdraw from the NZ Highwaymen 2024 Tour due to ongoing health concerns.

But fans can rejoice – his long-time friend and fellow Kiwi musician Frankie Stevens is joining the band to ensure their 2024 tour goes ahead.

Eddie was determined to hit the road again with the NZ Highwaymen – with Tauranga’s show on June 20 – but has since realised touring will be too demanding.

Eddie has been battling diffuse gastric cancer since late-2023.

“I truly hoped to be strong enough for the tour, but it’s just not possible right now,” says Eddie.

“Frankie is an entertainment veteran and a great showman, and I want the fans to support him and the rest of the band.”

Promoter Aly Cook says fellow NZ Highwaymen Brendan Dugan, Gray Bartlett and Dennis Marsh are saddened by Eddie’s withdrawal but very “grateful the wonderful Frankie Stevens has stepped up to fill some very big shoes on this tour”.

“We know the audiences will absolutely love Frankie’s performances with the NZ Highwaymen and the show will be its usual fabulous entertaining night loved by the audiences that attend.”

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