Like many musicians, Brothers Osborne released a new album last year that they couldn't tour because of the pandemic. Now, fans can hear what some Skeleton songs sound like "live".
Brothers Osborne continued NPR's 'Tiny Desk (Home) Concert' series by performing in John Osborne's Nashville living room.
The country music duo played five songs from Skeletons, kicking off their raucous set with an electric rendition of 'Muskrat Greene'.
Pretty soon, fans will be able to hear Brothers Osborne in person again. Beginning in June, John and TJ will head out for a handful of summer dates. Find that full list on their website.
Earlier this year, TJ came out as gay. In an intimate conversation with TIME Magazine, he said, "I realize that it is a big part of who I am: the way I think, the way I act, the way I perform.
God, think of all the times that we talk about love, and write about love. It’s the biggest thing we ever get to feel. And I’ve kept the veil on."
Later this year, Brothers Osborne will headline Ty Herndon's Love & Acceptance concert, which is set to air on CMT on June 30 at 8 p.m. ET.
Herndon began the concert in 2015 after becoming the first major male country artist to come out as gay. The concert will benefit GLAAD, MusiCares and Nashville’s Oasis Center.
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