Brothers Osborne announce ‘We’re Not For Everyone Tour’
Grammy-nominated duo Brothers Osborne will be heading on a massive 2021 tour across America to promote their new album ‘Skeletons’. Their We’re Not For Everyone Tour kicks off July 29th in Philadelphia and extends into November hitting cities like Nashville, Houston, Atlanta, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle, New York, Chicago and Washington, DC. Joining the tour on select dates will be special guests Travis Denning and Tenille Townes.
UPDATE: Tour dates have been extended into 2022 with Everette, Kendell Marvel and Ashland Craft visiting Port Chester, Bethlehem, Rochester, Hershey, St. Petersburg, Tulsa and Columbia.
Brothers Osborne released their third studio album ‘Skeletons’ on October 9th, 2020 via EMI Nashville. Their previous 2018 album ‘Port Saint Joe’ reached #15 on the Billboard 200 and includes the single ‘Shoot Me Straight’ which was certified Gold by the RIAA. Also in 2018, the duo launched a brief Canadian tour after joining portions of Dierks Bentley’s Mountain High Tour along with LANCO. The following year, they toured extensively across America with support from The Wild Feathers, Ruston Kelly and Devon Gilfillian
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About Brothers Osborne Tour Albums
Brothers Osborne arrived on the Country / Folk scene with the release of the album ‘Let’s Go There’ published on September 10, 2013. The single ‘Let’s Go There’ quickly became a fan favorite and made Brothers Osborne one of the fastest growing artists at that moment. Since then, Brothers Osborne published the hugely popular album ‘Stay A Little Longer’ which features some of the most beloved songs from the Brothers Osborne catalog. ‘Stay A Little Longer’ includes the single ‘Stay A Little Longer’ which has proven to be the most sought-after for fans to see during the live events. Besides ‘Stay A Little Longer’, many of other tracks from ‘Stay A Little Longer’ have also become sought-after as a result. Some of Brothers Osborne’s most famous tour albums and songs are displayed below. After 3 years since the release of ‘Let’s Go There’ and having a true effect in the industry, music lovers consistently unite to see Brothers Osborne appear live to perform hits from the entire discography.