Jacobs Pavilion | Cleveland, Ohio
Can't get enough of Brothers OSborne's new song "Goodbye's Kicking In"? Well, you are not alone. The fresh tunes from the duo's fourth studio album are on repeat in the playlists among country music fans who are enthralled by their extraordinary way of blending elements of rock, blues, and Southern rock with country music. And your love for the siblings will transcend from your Spotify playlist to the concert stage because you will witness them perform this June 29 at the Jacobs Pavilion at Nautica. Yes, that is right. The Grammy-nominated duo of T.J. and John Osborne will stop at the famous Cleveland, Ohio venue for their highly-anticipated "Might As Well Be Us Tour." There's no stopping the CMA Vocal Duo of the Year from offering country music fans the best country concert Ohio will ever see this summer. Tickets are now on sale, and you can secure yours by hitting the "Get Tickets" link.
The Grammy-winning duo of Brothers Osborne has released a self-titled album this year. This record is a celebration of the growth the Osborne siblings have gone through throughout their careers. It is a testament to their renewed sense of freedom. This album bears TJ's courageous public display of his accepting one's self and John's candid honesty about his mental health struggles. Their new songs say so much about themselves more than any of their past releases. With this release, the brothers relearn falling in love with their music all over again.
"And with this album, I felt like a lot of things fell into place. We're in a different, more secure position in our lives and we kind of got back to realizing why we started playing music in the first place. We thought it was fun, we loved it, and we weren't trying to fit into any box. It was simply - let's do what we enjoy," TJ explains in an interview with Forbes for the album's release.
The album dropped 11 tracks in September. It was a US and UK country chart-topper. Their single "Nobody's Nobody" leads the pack with still cruising country charts. On the other hand, this album features a collaboration with country star Miranda Lambert with the song "We Ain't Good at Breaking Up." Other highlighted songs are "Who Says You Can't Have Everything," "Might as Well Be Me," "Rollercoaster (Forever and a Day)," "Ain't Nobody Got Time for That," and "Back Home." For the upcoming Grammy Awards, the album has received a nomination for best country album, and "Nobody's Nobody" snatched a spot among best country duo/group performance nominees.
Fresh out of the studio, the Brothers Osborne will be taking their new music out on many venues for their fans to experience them live. The "Might As Well Be US" tour will commence in Spring next year and will be their biggest tour yet. Their trek will begin in March up until June 29.
Multiple guest appearances will be a part of this tour. Among their companions in some venues is Stephen Wilson Jr. The budding artist brings out influences from his rural Southern Indiana experiences to his outlaw country music style he mixes with grunge and indie rock. He recently caught attention with his full-length release "Søn of Dad," a tribute album for his father.
In this massive tour, the duo with Stephen Wilson Jr. will come to the Jacobs Pavilion at Nautica on June 29. Buy tickets now!