Saturday, April 15, 2017

Week-end Artist of the Day..April 15, 2017...Brothers Osborne (Now with links)

Brothers Osborne

(Read all about Brothers Osborne after the video)


 

Brothers Osborne is an American country music duo composed of brothers T.J. and John Osborne. T.J. is the lead singer and plays rhythm guitar and John plays lead guitar and provides background vocals. They are signed to EMI Nashville, for which they have released four singles and one studio album.

History

John (born April 27, 1982 (age 34)) and T.J. (born November 18, 1984 (age 32)) Osborne were born in Deale, Maryland. They performed in an original high school band known as Jax 'n' Jive as well as a local cover band called Deuce and a Quarter. Jax 'n' Jive existed from 1995-1999, and won the Southern High School Battle Of The Bands in 1999. They went on to perform at Anne Arundel County's first Battle Of The Bands in 1999. Jax 'n' Jive released Welcome To Planet Jive, a professionally recorded album containing nine original songs. Additional members of Jax 'n' Jive included Lee Cain, Tony Scoglio, Vinnie Scoglio, Josh Rudderforth, and Brian Dobbs.
John and T.J. Osborne moved to Nashville, Tennessee in the mid-2000s. Upon moving there, they signed a publishing contract with Warner Chappell, followed by a recording contract with the Nashville branch of EMI.[2]
The duo released their debut single "Let's Go There" in late 2013.[3][4] The song reached Top 40 on Country Airplay at the end of 2013.[5][6] Their second single, "Rum", debuted in early 2014. It also reached Top 40 on Country Airplay, and is included on a five-song, self-titled extended play released in September 2014.[7]
Their third single is "Stay a Little Longer". This song originally appeared on the extended play, but the brothers re-recorded it with producer Jay Joyce for the single release.[8] It has become their third consecutive top 40 country hit, and their first top 10 single, peaking at number 2 in January 2016. The album's third single is, "21 Summer" released to country radio on February 29, 2016. The album's fourth single, "It Ain't My Fault" released to country radio on January 17, 2017.

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