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Today, Brothers Osborne earned three nominations from the Country Music Association: Album of The Year for their acclaimed album Skeletons, Vocal Duo of the Year, and Music Video of The Year for “Younger Me.” Said the duo about their nominations: “Beyond honored. And a nom for Album of the Year. A big one. We put every ounce of ourselves into our current album, Skeletons. The recording process was interrupted by psychological and physical struggles, a tornado, and a pandemic. Considered quitting in the middle of making this album due to exhaustion and mental health struggles. Genuinely felt like the last album we were ever going to make so we decided to put it all on the table, leaving nothing in the coffers. This industry is so rewarding yet incredibly difficult all at the same time. To any new artists out there… Stick with it. Stay patient and in the moment. Success comes to those who earn it, but happiness comes to those who enjoy it. If it’s hard now, it won’t be forever. See y’all at the CMAs.” The 55th Annual CMA Awards will air live from Nashville Wednesday, November 10 on ABC.

The band recently shared the music video for their latest single “I’m Not For Everyone,” from their third studio album Skeletons. The video, directed by Wes Edwards and Ryan “Flash” Silver, features Leslie Jordan waltzing unscathed through a raucous bar fight. Watch the music video for “I’m Not For Everyone” here. Members of The Family, Brothers Osborne’s official fan club, had an exclusive look at the video yesterday, and fans can sign up to the club here.

Recently, John and TJ announced plans for their headlining WE’RE NOT FOR EVERYONE TOUR launching this summer. The GRAMMY-nominated duo will hit almost 50 markets including New York, Los Angeles, Houston, Atlanta and more. Tickets are on sale now here brothersosborne.com.

The band was featured on the cover of Billboard’s Country Power Players issue. Read the full feature here.

Recently the band appeared on CBS Sunday Morning (watch HERE) where they spoke to correspondent Anthony Mason regarding their upbringing in the blue-collar town of Deale, Maryland and journey to Nashville to pursue their musical ambitions. They also discussed John’s personal battle with mental health and TJ’s experience publicly revealing that he is gay.

Sep. 10              Memphis, TN                             The Orpheum Theatre
Sep. 11            Pelham, AL                              Oak Mountain Amphitheatre
Sep. 16              Nashville, TN                              Ascend Amphitheater
Sep. 17              Rogers, AR                                  Walmart AMP
Sep. 18              Oklahoma City, OK                    The Criterion
Sep. 22              Irving, TX                                   The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory
Sep. 23              Houston, TX                               White Oak Music Hall – Lawn
Sep. 24              Austin, TX                                  Stubb’s Waller Creek Amphitheater**
Sep. 25              Helotes, TX                                Floore’s Country Store**
Sep. 30              Asheville, NC                             Rabbit Rabbit
Oct. 1                Atlanta, GA                                Fox Theatre
Oct. 2                Jacksonville, FL                           Daily’s Place
Oct. 8                Denver, CO                                Mission Ballroom
Oct. 10              Phoenix, AZ                               Arizona Federal Theatre
Oct. 12              Los Angeles, CA                          Greek Theatre
Oct. 13              Santa Barbara, CA                      Santa Barbara Bowl
Oct. 15              San Diego, CA                            Cal Coast Credit Union Open Air Theatre at SDSU
Oct. 16              Sacramento, CA                         Memorial Auditorium
Oct. 17              San Francisco, CA                       The Masonic
Oct. 20              Portland, OR                              Veterans Memorial Coliseum
Oct. 21            Abbotsford, BC                        Abbotsford Centre
Oct. 22              Seattle, WA                               WaMu Theater
Oct. 28              New York, NY                             Beacon Theatre
Oct. 29              Hampton Beach, NH                   Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom*
Oct. 30              Albany, NY                                 Palace Theatre*
Nov. 11             Kansas City, MO                         Arvest Bank Theatre at the Midland
Nov. 12            Minneapolis, MN                    The Armory
Nov. 13             Chicago, IL                                 Byline Bank Aragon Ballroom
Nov. 18             Richmond, VA                            Altria Theater
Nov. 19             Washington, D.C.                       The Anthem
Nov. 20             Moon Twp, PA                           UPMC Events Center
Apr 30             Indio, CA                                 Stagecoach
May 08            Birmingham, England             O2 Academy Birmingham
May 09            London, England                     The Roundhouse
May 11            Cambridge, England               Cambridge Junction
May 13            Manchester, England              Albert Hall

NEWS AND NOTES: Dierks, Brothers Osborne, Eric, Luke, Mickey, Carrie, Keith, Chris, Josh

Dierks Bentley, Brothers Osborne, Luke Bryan, Eric Church, Mickey Guyton, Darius Rucker and Carrie Underwood are among the artists performing during the upcoming CMA Summer Jam TV special. Filmed at Nashville’s Ascend Amphitheater, the CMA Summer Jam is a three-hour television event airing Thursday, September 2nd at 8pm ET/7pm CT on ABC. Luke Combs, Jimmie Allen, Gabby Barrett, BRELAND, Florida Georgia Line, Miranda Lambert, Blake Shelton, Gwen Stefani, Cole Swindell, Thomas Rhett, Lainey Wilson and Dwight Yoakam will also perform.

Keith Urban is set to perform “Wild Hearts,” among others during the Today Show Summer Concert Series on September 3rd on NBC.


Chris Stapleton performed “Worry Be Gone” on Late Night With Seth Meyers on Wednesday (August 25th). The song is from his latest No. 1 album, Starting Over.


Josh Turner was surprised by his wife Jennifer and their four sons – Hampton, Colby, Marion and Hawke – after learning that the video for his 2005 chart-topping hit “Your Man,” surpassed 100 million views on Youtube. The video was the first he and his wife filmed together. He took to his socials to share a photo of the celebration, and said, “The ‘Your Man’ video surpassed 100 MILLION views yesterday. It was the first video Jennifer and I shot together, which makes it all that more special. Thanks to y’all for all the watchin’ and support these past 15 years.”






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