Brothers Osborne Headline TMO SEC Championship Concert

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ATLANTA, Georgia (November 18, 2022) – Multi-platinum, GRAMMY Award-winning duo Brothers Osborne will headline the T-Mobile SEC Championship Concert in December. 3, before the SEC Championship game. The reigning CMA Vocal Duo of the Year and ACM Duo of the Year, whose hits include “It Ain’t My Fault,” “Stay A Little Longer,” “I’m Not For Everyone” and more, will take the stage at Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta meanwhile Dr Pepper SEC FanFare. The event begins at 12pm EST and the pair will be featured live on the SEC Championship edition of Marty & McGee Presented by Old Trapper.

“Excited to take part in another favorite holiday in Southland in December, i.e SEC Championship game. It’s going to be one hell of a game,” said John Osborne.

This epic fan experience is free and open to the public with no tickets required. The Dr Pepper SEC FanFare event features games, interactive events, pep rallies and performances for fans of all ages. In addition to Marty & McGee’s live broadcast, the event will also be the site of a live broadcast of the network’s SEC Nation Show beginning at 1:00 PM EST. For fans unable to attend in person, Marty & McGee Presented by Old Trapper is live from noon – 1pm EST on the SEC Network.

T-Mobile, Sprint and Metro by T-Mobile customers and their guests can grab exclusive stage access, free recharge and more at the T-Mobile Magenta Zone. Customers can also score limited edition Brothers Osborne swag just for being a customer. Capacity at the T-Mobile Magenta Zone is limited, so customers are encouraged to arrive early. All they have to do is show their phone to enter.

This special performance from Brothers Osborne will highlight music from their previous albums and their latest studio release, Skeletons Deluxe, which includes the GRAMMY-nominated song “Midnight Rider’s Prayer”, the hits “I’m Not For Everyone” and “All Night”. ,” as well as the duo’s GRAMMY-winning song “Younger Me.”

About Brothers Osborne

Two sons from a working-class family, John and TJ Osborne, grew up in a small lake town in Maryland writing and playing songs for friends and family in their father’s shed. John first moved to Nashville to play in other bands and two years later TJ joined him. It was then that they formed Brothers Osborne as a duo that blends equal parts country and rock into one of the freshest, most recognizable sounds to come out of Nashville in recent years. Ten-time GRAMMY nominees, the singer/songwriter siblings took home their first trophy for Best Country Duo/Group Performance (“Younger Me”) at the 64th GRAMMY Awards. The duo recently won fifth Vocal Duo of the Year at the 56th Annual CMA Awards in addition to being named ACM Duo of the Year three times. Overall, Brothers Osborne have collected six CMA and six ACM titles. In addition, they received the 2019 ASCAP Vanguard Award in recognition of artists whose innovative work is helping to shape the future of music.

Brothers Osborne’s deluxe edition of their GRAMMY-nominated third studio album Skeletons is out now. Originally released in October 2020, Skeletons features the recent single ‘I’m Not For Everyone’ along with the top 25 hit ‘All Night’. Included on Skeletons Deluxe, “Younger Me” was released in response to the overwhelming support TJ received after sharing his personal story. The Gold Certified project was an initial hit with their debut album Pawn Shop, featuring three GRAMMY-nominated tracks, including the 2X Platinum Certified No. 1 smash hit “Stay A Little Longer”, Top 10 2X Platinum Certified hit “It Ain’t My Fault” and Gold Certified Top 25 hit “21 Summer”. Their second album, Port Saint Joe, was nominated for Best Country Album at the 61st GRAMMY Awards and includes the Top 40 GRAMMY Nominations “Shoot Me Straight” as well as “I Don’t Remember Me (Before You).” Brothers Osborne recently released their self-titled WE’RE NOT FOR ALL TOUR and have previously toured with Chris Stapleton, Eric Church, Little Big Town, Miranda Lambert and others.

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