The Bellamy Brothers have added even more dates to their 2014 World Tour. The brothers, David and Howard Bellamy, have included shows in Qatar, Australia and New Caledonia on their upcoming schedule.

"The international tour circuit landed us permanent jet lag since we started our career almost four decades ago, and it seems like it keeps getting busier every year," David notes. "We are thankful for all of the countries around the world who have supported us, and continue to support us, over the years."

"On the international scene, the Bellamy Brothers are the most demanded country music act in the touring industry," their international talent agent, Judy Seale, adds. "They are able to sell out shows in India, Sri Lanka, New Caledonia, Qatar and other nations where other country artists aren't recognized."

The Bellamy Brothers, who announced their tour earlier this year, aren't showing any hint of slowing down anytime soon.

“This is shaping up to be one of our biggest international years to date,” Howard says. “Good thing we’re used to the jet lag. We actually have a new song we’re recording now called ‘Jet Lag Journey!’”

The siblings plan on recording more music this year as well. They will travel to Brazil later this year to record with Brazilian rock star Eduardo Araujo, and will also reunite with Swiss rock star Gola for another collaboration, scheduled to be released in September.

The Bellamy Brothers are also performing several shows stateside this year, including an appearance at the Grand Ole Opry Wedesday night (July 9). Upcoming concerts and ticket information are available here.