SUCCESSFUL country artists in their own rights, Rachel Bostock and Jesse Emmanuel joined forces just under a year ago to form The Daisy Dukes.

The girls, who say they're just having a bit of fun, decided to gig together after Jesse moved to the Gold Coast and both found themselves with a bit of spare time.

They say it was a surprise to be invited to Muster so soon, but when you consider the pedigree they come from, it's probably really not that surprising at all.

Rachel and Jesse took some time out after their gig on Main Stage on Thursday to chat to the Gympie Times. See what they had to say in the video above.

You can catch the girls on stage again at the Crow Bar at 6pm on Saturday. As a special bonus, they'll be joined on stage by Phil Emmanuel - Jesse's dad.

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