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Brothers Osborne (Photo by Natalie Osborne/courtesy of Q Prime and Universal Music Group Nashville)
Brothers Osborne (Photo by Natalie Osborne/courtesy of Q Prime and Universal Music Group Nashville)

Brothers Osborne announce 35-date 2024 'Might As Well Be Us Tour'


Fri, Dec 1st 2023 10:30 am

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This week, following their nomination for Best Country Album and Best Country Duo/ Group Performance at the 2024 Grammys, and winning this year’s CMA Vocal Duo of the Year, Brothers Osborne announce their 35-date “Might As Well Be Us Tour” with dates throughout 2024. The Grammy-winning duo will perform in cities including Atlanta, New Orleans, Philadelphia, Las Vegas, Chicago, with support from Stephen Wilson Jr., The Cadillac Three, Zach Top, Jackson Dean, Madeline Edwards and Caylee Hammack.

The tour stops at Buffalo’s Terminal B at The Outer Harbor on Friday, June 14, with Wilson Jr. serving as the opener.

A general on-sale begins at 10 a.m. local time today, here.

Recently, Brothers Osborne were nominated for Best Country Album for “Brothers Osborne,” and Best Country Duo/ Group Performance for “Nobody’s Nobody” at the 66th annual Grammy Awards. The siblings took home their first Grammy in 2022, winning Best Country Duo/Group Performance for their song “Younger Me.” They have been nominated for 12 Grammys overall. Additionally, the band won the CMA Vocal Duo of the Year at this year’s 57th Annual CMA Awards. The duo are the reigning champions in this category – and this marks the sixth time they have taken home this award.

This month, the duo made their debut appearance on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” for a special performance of their song “Goodbye’s Kickin’ In” with a string quartet and backing vocals. Watch their performance of “Goodbye’s Kickin’ In,” off their self-titled fourth studio album, on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” here. The band also appeared on “CBS Mornings,” joined by Anthony Mason at their homes in Nashville as they open up about the creative process behind their recent self-titled album, and their upcoming tour. John Osborne spoke candidly about his previous struggles with mental health, and TJ touched on his journey since coming out. Watch the full interview here.

Brothers Osborne,” the band’s self-titled fourth studio album, is out now via EMI Records Nashville. The album was named one of the most anticipated albums of the year by The Los Angeles Times, which called it “a lively self-titled” album that adds “fresh sounds and textures to the Osbornes’ solidly built songs.” The duo recently appeared on the cover of American Songwriter, which said a “sense of comfortable confidence echoes through all eleven tracks on ‘Brothers Osborne,’ which builds off the duo’s trademark meld of classic Southern rock and polished modern country.” “Brothers Osborne” is available on all formats here.

For their self-titled release, the brothers enlisted Mike Elizondo (Sheryl Crow, Turnstile, Dr. Dre, Twenty One Pilots, Lin-Manuel Miranda) to produce, entrusting him with curating his own band of studio musicians, including Paul McCartney’s drummer, Abe Laboriel Jr., behind the kit. Miranda Lambert provides the LP’s sole guest vocals on “We Ain’t Good at Breaking Up,” after co-writing the song with Brothers Osborne and Jesse Frasure.

The brothers co-wrote every song on the album, including their chart-climbing current single “Nobody’s Nobody,” penned with Elizondo and Kendell Marvel, capturing a message of inclusion and acceptance.

Brothers Osborne are one of music’s most consistently adventurous bands, a duo connected by not just blood, but also a lifetime of performing together, and a shared working-class upbringing in Deale, Maryland. The reigning CMA and ACM Duo of the Year winners are leaders of a progressive and still classic school of country music, and the faces of the new generation of Nashville. Anchored by TJ’s baritone and John’s guitar, every one of the album’s 11 tracks are distinctly Brothers Osborne songs – the album is also their most musically diverse yet: Along with a new producer’s direction, it features synthesizers, and a piano ballad.

“We are always pushing ourselves, always evolving and not afraid to change,” John said. “But at the end of the day, we are also who we are.”

“This is a defining record at this point in our career, where we needed to put it all on our shoulders,” TJ said. “And we did. Like it was when we were growing up, it’s just John and me.”

John and TJ are making their way up the country charts with their latest single, “Nobody’s Nobody.”

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