One of the best duos in country music is headed to LA.
Brothers Osborne are still riding high from the recent release of their latest, self-titled album, with songs like the hard-partying “Sun Ain’t Even Gone Down Yet” and the tenderhearted, thankful “Who Says You Can’t Have Everything” showing off the range of the powerhouse duo.
With John Osborne shredding on the lead guitar and TJ providing his incredible, baritone vocals, it’s no wonder that the duo have racked up six ACM Awards, five CMA Awards, and a Grammy for their stacked catalog of hits.
And this weekend, the brothers will bring those hits and their rocking live show to the iconic Greek Theatre in Los Angeles.
The show, which takes place on Sunday, October 22, is part of a special run celebrating the release of their self-titled album.
And if you’ve never had the opportunity to catch a show at the Greek Theatre, the historic amphitheater located in Griffith Park has played host to some of the biggest names in music, and its 5,900-seat capacity provides the perfect venue nestled in the hills just outside of downtown Los Angeles to catch an intimate show with a band like Brothers Osborne.
The Brothers Osborne are also bringing along Fancy Hagood as they roll into Los Angeles to kick off the evening.
Speaking on the opportunity to play this run of shows, including their stop at the Greek Theatre, the brothers said earlier this year:
“Y’all! We’ve worked tirelessly over the past few years, evolving and growing as a band. We’ve been taking on new challenges and exploring new creative realms on these new songs. We’re bringing that evolution to the stage!
We’re throwing everything we’ve got at these performances, and it’ll be as new for us as it will be for you. Can’t wait to show y’all what we’ve been cookin up.”
The stop at the Greek Theatre is the last show on the Brothers Osborne’s calendar this year, so unless they’ve got something else in the works (which isn’t likely this late in the year), it may be your last chance to catch them in person in 2023.
If you’re in the area, or if you just want to catch your last opportunity to see the Brothers Osborne in concert this year, you’re not going to want to miss what’s sure to be an incredible show at an iconic venue.