Brothers Osborne To Release First Live Album This Fall

Earlier in February this year, award-winning duo Brothers Osborne (BROS) headlined their first ever Ryman Auditorium residency for three nights. The BROS proved themselves a true force to be reckoned with, especially with the overall high-energy, foot-stomping shows they put on.

Because of their stand-out shows on the historic stage, fans will be delighted to hear that the country duo will be releasing their first ever live studio record this fall. At a press conference before their Nissan Stadium performance during CMA Fest, TJ Osborne shared, “[with] the Ryman shows we did, we recorded them to put our first live record. So we’ll be putting that out in the fall. We’ll release the track listing pretty soon. So you’ll get the jam by fall!”

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During their three-night Ryman residency, the BROS played hits like “It Ain’t My Fault,” “Stay A Little Longer,” “21 Summer,” current single “I Don’t  Remember Me (Before You)” and fan favorites including “Green Pastures” and “Pawn Shop.”

With their live shows, John Osborne also added the duo’s emphasis on improvising and experimenting with new sounds when they perform live, simply because “if you wanted to hear the record, then stay home and listen to the record.” This studio versus live version difference is very evident, whether it’s in a longer guitar rift live, or the BROS jamming to their own song on stage minutes after the vocals end.

Fans can get tickets to the Brothers Osborne’s summer tours and keep up to date with new music HERE.

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