Brothers Osborne's brand new album, Live At The Ryman, was recorded during their three-night, sold-out run at the famed auditorium earlier this year. The 12-song project includes the duo's hits like “Stay A Little Longer” and “It Ain’t My Fault” from their Gold-certified debut album, Pawn Shop, as well as fan favorites from their sophomore album, Port Saint Joe, like “Weed, Whiskey And Willie” and “Tequila Again.”
TJ Osborne tells us that getting to play there, much less record an album, is a real dream come true. “The fact that we recorded at the Ryman, it really, it’s incredible in a lot of ways. This room, every time we play here, there’s just a special experience, a special memory every time and it’s something that we don’t want to take for granted. And it’s cool that we had a three-night stint here and we were able to record that and have that out, especially with all the history that’s happened in this room. I just think of all the people that have been in these seats over the many years that this place has been here, and the people have been on that stage, and it’s right in our backyard now that we are Nashvillians. This place never loses its charm and its luster, and I hope it never does for me. It’s always a special, special spot.”
Brothers Osborne are the current and three-time reigning CMA Vocal Duo of the Year and are nominated again at the upcoming 53rd Annual CMA Awards, set to air on ABC on Wednesday, November 13th. They are also nominated for Single of the Year and Music Video of the Year for their collaboration with Dierks Bentley on “Burning Man” as well as Musical Event of the Year for “All My Favorite People” with Maren Morris.