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Sorry! You missed Brothers Osborne at The Met Philadelphia

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If you're happy to travel

You can catch Brothers Osborne at Prudential Hall in Newark, showing Jun 28, 2024

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Brothers Osborne is also touring to:

Lafayette

Thu 27th Jun 2024

$75

Pittsburgh

Thu 20th Jun 2024

$45

Buffalo

Fri 14th Jun 2024

$70

Raleigh

Sat 8th Jun 2024

$50

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858 North Broad Street, Philadelphia, PA 19130

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might as well be us tour!

Heartland country rockers The Brothers Osborne were born and raised in Maryland on their father's rich record collection, which influenced nightly jam sessions to the sounds of Bob Seger, Tom Petty, and Hank Williams. Relocating to Nashville, it wasn't long before the dynamic duo was picked up by Warner and climbing the charts with debut, platinum-certified singles 'Stay A Little Longer' and 'Rum', releasing their critically acclaimed debut album 'Pawn Shop' in 2016. The Grammy winners dropped their Sophomore effort 'Port Saint Joe' in early 2018. They are hitting the road in 2024 on the 'Might As Well Be Us' tour with support from Zach Top, Jackson Dean, Caylee Hammack, The Cadillac Three, and Madeline Edwards.

Fusing the gravel-toned deepness of T.J Osborne's sonorous vocal timbre and John Osborne's steely sliding guitar licks, the brothers have earned much praise for turning their electrifying on-record-sound into soulful, charismatic live performances. Having shared the stage with the likes of Little Big Town, Dierks Bentley, Miranda Lambert and Eric Church, they're well on their way to becoming veteran performers who know how to whip up the crowd with their bluesy, swinging, Southern-fried songs. Chronicling whiskey-drenched reveries from the rural American climes, their harmonies and lyrics form a social commentary that touches on a range of issues from gun violence to racial injustice. 

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Performance date: 1 January 1970

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Awards

Grammy Awards 2022
 
Best country duo/group performance

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