November 15, 2017



Brothers Osborne have announced they will return to the UK for their first headline tour in May 2018.

The news comes as they kick off an 8-date run over here as Special Guests to Nashville neighbours The Cadillac Three on the latter’s ‘Long Hair Don’t Care’ tour.

Having made their inaugural appearance on UK shores earlier this year at

the annual Country2Country extravaganza, followed by a one-off, sold out headline show at Dingwalls in London, Brothers Osborne are now ready to return with a brand new studio album – the follow-up to their ‘Pawn Shop’ debut, re-issued via Snakefarm Records earlier this year.

Right from the start, the album was embraced by UK fans and media alike, with the single / video tracks ‘Stay A Little Longer’ and ‘It Ain’t My Fault’ drawing significant attention from rock and country fans alike; indeed, the band’s signature sound – an emotive, finely-crafted blend of country tradition, commercial sensibility and roots rock power – has rapidly elevated them to bill-topping status on this side of the water, reflecting their level of acclaim at home…

“The U.K. has become one of our favorite places to play,” exclaims John Osborne. “We’re thrilled to be doing our first ever headline tour there in May. Can’t wait!”

The full list of UK dates as follows:-


MAY 07 :: Bristol, O2 Academy

MAY 08 :: Brighton, Concorde 2

MAY 09 :: Birmingham, O2 Academy 2

May 11 :: London, Koko

May 12 :: Manchester, O2 Ritz

May 13 :: Glasgow, Garage


Brothers Osborne Admat

An O2 pre-sale begins at 9AM on Wednesday, November 15th, followed by a Live Nation pre-sale at 9AM on Thursday, November 16th. General sale begins at 9AM on Friday, November 17th.

Tickets are available here.

‘The Family’ fan club members can apply for meet & greets at:-


In other news, the Brothers won big at the recent Country Music Association Awards (the CMAs) in Nashville, with vocalist TJ and guitarist John taking the honours in two categories – Vocal Duo of the Year and Music Video of the Year (‘It Ain’t My Fault’).

Check out the video here:

2017 has been a triumphant year for the Maryland duo. The summer involved heavy touring activity in the US, including – but not limited to – opening shows for Chris Stapleton, and 2018 should see them further building their profile, both at home and overseas.