Brothers Osborne extend tour into 2019

Special guests The Wild Feathers, Ruston Kelly and Devon Gilfillian To Join For Select Dates

EMI Nashville’s Brothers Osborne have announced a major extension of their headlining world tour into early next year. The GRAMMY-nominated duo kicks off 2019 in Chicago, IL on January 10th and will hit more than 40 additional markets including New York, Los Angeles, and Nashville. Fans can purchase tickets beginning this Friday, November 16th at brothersosborne.com.

Known for their “distinctive sound combining classic country and hints of soul” (The Washington Post), Brothers Osborne have earned high praise for their dynamic live show while previously touring with the likes of Eric Church, Little Big Town, Dierks Bentley and Miranda Lambert. Rolling Stone exclaims “The Bros come guns blazing, a guaranteed show-stopper” while Billboard highlights the “face-melting guitar playing that was awe-inspiring.” The Nashville Scene commends the band for their “gritty outlaw-era authenticity and the return of honest-to-goodness guitar solos.”

On the Maryland natives’ headlining world tour, fans can expect to hear the band’s current nostalgic single “I Don’t Remember Me (Before You)” in addition to their three GRAMMY-nominated singles including the No. 1 platinum-certified “Stay A Little Longer,” rowdy Top 10 hit “It Ain’t My Fault” and the reminiscent “21 Summer.”

Joining John and TJ Osborne for select dates is country rock band The Wild Feathers, comprised of vocalist Taylor Burns, singer-guitarist Ricky Young, singer-bassist Joel King and drummer Ben Dumas. Inspired by The Eagles and Tom Petty, The Wild Feathers are known for their thick harmonies, jangly guitars and smart, tight songwriting. Singer-songwriter Ruston Kelly will also hit the road with Brothers Osborne for several dates. Ruston released his full-length debut album, Dying Star, earlier this fall to widespread acclaim highlighting his storytelling sensibility that constantly shifts from candid to poetic.

In addition, Philadelphia-born Devon Gilfillian will join Brothers Osborne for the remaining tour dates. Raised by a musical family, Devon grew up singing and took up the electric guitar at 14 years old, kickstarting a fascination with classic rock and other sounds from an older generation. After moving to Nashville, he released his self-titled EP in May 2016 which is equal parts swampy, funky, and enthralling.

Brothers Osborne currently reign as two-time CMA Vocal Duo of the Year and are nominated again at the upcoming 52nd Annual CMA Awards set to air on ABC Wednesday, November 14th. In addition, they are nominated for Musical Event of the Year for their collaboration with Dierks Bentley on the reflective rocker “Burning Man” which they are set to perform as part of the telecast.

2019 Tour Dates:

Nov. 25 Glasgow, Scotland O2 Academy Glasgow**
Nov. 27 Newcastle. England O2 Academy Newcastle**
Nov. 28 Manchester, England Academy Manchester**
Nov. 30 Nottingham, England Rock City**
Dec. 1 Porthcawl, Wales Planet Rock Festival
Dec. 2 London, England O2 Kentish Town Forum**
Jan. 10 Chicago, IL Riviera Theater*
Jan. 11 Detroit, MI The Fillmore Detroit*
Jan. 12 Cleveland, OH Agora Theatre*
Jan. 23 New York, NY Terminal 5*
Jan. 24 Boston, MA House of Blues*
Jan. 25 Philadelphia, PA The Fillmore*
Jan. 26 Pittsburgh, PA Stage AE – Indoor*
Jan. 30 Cincinnati, OH Taft Theatre*
Jan. 31 Chattanooga, TN Tivoli Theatre*
Feb. 1 Mobile, AL Saenger Theater*
Feb. 6 Birmingham, AL Alabama Theatre*
Feb. 7 Shreveport, LA Municipal Auditorium*
Feb. 8 Fort Worth, TX Billy Bob’s Texas*
Feb. 14 Indianapolis, IN Egyptian Room at Old National Centre*
Feb. 15 Nashville, TN Ryman Auditorium*
Feb. 16 Nashville, TN Ryman Auditorium*
Feb. 20 Columbus, OH Express Live! Indoor Pavilion +
Feb. 21 Ashland, KY Paramount Arts Center +
Feb. 22 Richmond, VA The National+
Feb. 23 Washington, DC The Anthem+
Mar. 2 Saint Augustine, FL The Saint Augustine Amphitheatre+
Mar. 6 Milwaukee, WI Riverside Theater+
Mar. 7 Sioux City, IA Orpheum Theatre+
Mar. 8 Saint Louis, MO The Pageant+
Mar. 9 Dubuque, IA Five Flags Center+
Mar. 13 Knoxville, TN Knoxville Civic Auditorium+
Mar. 14 Atlanta, GA Tabernacle+
Mar. 15 Savannah, GA Johnny Mercer Theater+
Mar. 21 New Orleans, LA The Fillmore New Orleans – Music Hall^
Mar. 22 Little Rock, AR Robinson Hall Little Rock^
Mar. 26 Salt Lake City, UT Union Event Center^
Mar. 27 Boise, ID Knitting Factory Concert House^
Mar. 28 Seattle, WA Showbox SoDo^
Mar. 30 Oakland, CA Fox Theater^
Mar. 31 Stockton, CA Bob Hope Theatre^
Apr. 2 Bakersfield, CA Fox Theater^
Apr. 3 Los Angeles, CA The Novo^
Apr. 4 San Diego, CA House of Blues^
Apr. 9 Oklahoma City, OK The Jones Assembly^
Apr. 10 Austin, TX Stubbs Waller Creek^
Apr. 12 Las Vegas, NV Brooklyn Bowl – Las Vegas^
Apr. 25 Wichita, KS The Cotillion Ballroom^
Apr. 26 Lincoln, NE Lincoln In The Streets^
Apr. 27 Columbia, MO The Blue Note – Outdoors^

*Featuring The Wild Feathers
+Featuring Ruston Kelly
^Featuring Devon Gilfillian
**Featuring Lucie Silvas

Author: Buddy Iahn

Buddy Iahn founded The Music Universe when he decided to juxtapose his love of web design and music. As a lifelong drummer, he decided to take a hiatus from playing music to report it. The website began as a fun project in 2013 to one of the top independent news sites.

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