Brothers Osborne came to Rhinebeck NY to perform at the 172nd Dutchess County Fair on August 23, 2017.
Reigning CMA and ACM Vocal Duo of the Year Brothers Osborne were in Rhinebeck NY for the 172nd Dutchess County Fair on August 23, 2017. Brothers John (guitar) and TJ (lead vocals) released their debut album, Pawn Shop, last year featuring the hits Rum, Stay A Little Longer, 21 Summer, and their most recent single which is climbing the country airplay charts, It Ain’t My Fault.
TJ recently talked about the origins of It Ain’t My Fault: “We wrote it with Lee Miller, who’s a great writer. We just had this riff and John had this drum groove and it sort of happened pretty organically, pretty naturally and pretty quick, and we knew we were onto something really fun. [It’s] kinda of a fresh idea of just blaming things on one another, which is something we’re all very familiar with and why we then kind of elaborated on that with a video having politicians in it, because I think that’s the M-O of any politician that’s ever lived.”
In addition to performing songs off of Pawn Shop during their performance in Rhinebeck, the duo previewed some new music from their upcoming sophomore album. In a recent press release John discussed the process of creating the new album: “So, we went down to Florida, just to get out of Nashville and kinda clear our heads a little bit, with Jay Joyce our producer, and we shacked up in a beach house. You know, we intended on maybe leaving with anywhere between six to eight songs, and we ended up recording 11 songs. I can’t come out and say that we’ve finished our record, but we got pretty damn close if we didn’t finish. And I feel very, very, very good about this record that we did. And I know everyone says that about their new music and that’s cliché or whatever. I actually really like our record! And man, I can’t wait to play it for everybody. I want to play it for everyone right now, but I know we have to wait.”
Check out our exclusive photos from the show below:
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