EMI Nashville’s Brothers Osborne announce today 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. Known for their “distinctive sound combining classic country and hints of soul” (The Washington Post), Brothers Osborne has earned high praise for their dynamic live show while previously touring with the likes of Chris Stapleton, Dierks Bentley and Miranda Lambert. Rolling Stone exclaims “The Bros come guns blazing, a guaranteed show-stopper” while The Boston Globe commends the band for “winning listeners over with its spirited live performances.” AXS adds, “the pair acted like old pros as they effortlessly showcased their solid harmonies and impressive instrumentation.”
On the WE’RE NOT FOR EVERYONE TOUR, fans can expect to hear the band’s six GRAMMY-nominated singles including No. 1 Platinum-Certified hit “Stay A Little Longer,” rowdy Top 10 Platinum-Certified hit “It Ain’t My Fault,” the reminiscent Top 25 hit “21 Summer,” as well as Top 40 hits “Shoot Me Straight,” “I Don’t Remember Me (Before You),” and “All Night.”
Travis Denning and Tenille Townes will serve as alternating opening acts. Fresh off his Gold-certified No.1 hit for “After A Few,” Travis has previously served as a CMA KixStart Artist as well as Opry NextStage Artist while Tenille recently won three Canadian Country Music Awards in addition to ACM New Female Artist of the Year last year. Fans can purchase tickets for the newly added Abbotsford show beginning Friday, July 16 at brothersosborne.com. Special fan club presale tickets will be available to “The Family” starting 10am local time on July 13.
Nominated for Duo of the Year as well as Album of the Year for their critically acclaimed third studio album, Skeletons, Brothers Osborne performed their new single “I’m Not For Everyone” as well as “Deadman’s Curve” as part of the ACM Awards on Sunday, April 18. Earlier that morning, John and TJ were featured on CBS Sunday Morning with correspondent Anthony Mason detailing 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. In addition, the band was featured on CBS This Morning on April 19 for another profile piece featuring extended footage and additional interview content.
In April, Brothers Osborne released a new song titled “Younger Me” written by TJ in response to the overwhelming support he received after sharing his personal story. The track was produced by both John and TJ.
Jul. 29 Philadelphia, PA Skyline Stage at the Mann Jul. 30 Boston, MA Leader Bank Pavilion Jul. 31 Portland, ME Cross Insurance Arena (new venue) Aug. 1 Providence, RI Bold Point Park Aug. 3. Lewiston, NY Artpark Amphitheatre Aug. 4 Toledo, OH Toledo Zoo Amphitheater Aug. 5 Maryland Heights, MO Saint Louis Music Park Aug. 11. West Allis, WI Wisconsin State Fair Aug. 14 Council Bluffs, IA Stir Concert Cove – Harrah’s Council Bluffs Casino & Hotel*** Aug. 15 Dubuque, IA Q Casino Back Waters Stage*** Aug. 19 Asbury Park, NJ Stone Pony Summer Stage Aug. 20 Bridgeport, CT Hartford HealthCare Amphitheater Aug. 21 Farmingville, NY Long Island Community Hospital Amphitheater Aug. 22 Syracuse, NY New York State Fair Aug. 26 Charlotte, NC Charlotte Metro Credit Union Amphitheatre Aug. 27 Raleigh, NC Red Hat Amphitheater Aug. 28 Petros, TN Brushy Mountain Concert Series Sep. 2 Cleveland, OH Jacobs Pavilion at Nautica Sep. 3 Indianapolis, IN TCU Amphitheater at White River State Park Sep. 4 Sterling Heights, MI Michigan Lottery Amphitheatre at Freedom Hill Sept. 8 Louisville, KY Iroquois Amphitheatre* Sep. 9 Cincinnati, OH The Andrew J Brady ICON Music Center 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