With booming baritone and heavy guitar riffs, the Brothers Osborne have cemented their place in country music's rich tradition of duos that are as wildly talented as they are quirky. Over the course of two albums, the Deale, Md. The Brothers Osborne have a knack for storytelling, and this trashy, swampy tune is proof. An ode to the only things in life that anyone can truly trust, "Weed, Whiskey and Willie" finds the Brothers Osborne paying tribute to the healing power of cannabis, brown liquor and Willie Nelson. This song, which features a stunning vocal cameo from Womack , is a showcase of TJ Osborne's rich baritone. The harmonies soar on the road-weary love song, and an electric guitar solo towards the end from John Osborne adds a little bit of the band's signature sound. Arguably the Brothers' rowdiest tune to date, "It Ain't My Fault" pairs one hell of a music video with a throbbing bass line and classic country cheatin' lyrics.
"Weed, Whiskey and Willie"
At the same time, it's hard to look at the Osbornes' long list of musical milestones — including six Grammy nominations, four CMA Awards, five ACM trophies, and more than a half-dozen hits — and imagine anyone turning up their noses at a sound that's taken the siblings from the blue-collar beach bars of their Maryland hometown to some of the biggest stages across the world. Skeletons is a celebration of that sound — a melodic, muscular album that builds upon the hooks of the band's career-launching debut, Pawn Shop , as well as the forward-thinking adventurousness of their sophomore release, Port Saint Joe. More than anything, it's a sound rooted in the excitement and electricity of Brothers Osborne's concerts, packed with songs that could all serve as crowd-rousing encores. Recorded with multi-platinum producer Jay Joyce during a time of global turbulence, Skeletons is a celebratory album for a world in sore need of uplifting music. From the ZZ Top-worthy strut of "All Night" to the classic country storytelling of "Old Man's Boots," the Osbornes aren't shy about wearing their influences on their sleeves. Even so, they've never sounded more self-assuredly original than they do here, confidently rolling a diverse range of inspiration into their own singular sound. If you really want to get to know us, this is the record to do it. Like frontman TJ Osborne, John cut his teeth as a young musician in Deale, Maryland, where the Osborne family would often host acoustic jam sessions during the weekends. That spirit of camaraderie — of making music with family and friends — left a permanent mark on the two brothers. Years later, Skeletons marks TJ and John's first time recording an album with their entire road band.
Brothers Osborne is an American country music duo consisting of brothers T. Osborne lead vocals and John Osborne lead guitar, background vocals , both natives of Deale, Maryland. The duo's albums were both produced by Jay Joyce , and consist largely of songs that both brothers wrote with a number of collaborators. The musical style of the duo takes influence from Southern rock , outlaw country , and neotraditional country. The brothers took inspiration from their father's music collection, and as teenagers, they played in a local cover band called Deuce and a Quarter. The group represented their high school in the Anne Arundel County "Battle of the Bands" in ; they admitted to being nervous before the performance. Their father, who is also named John Thomas Osborne, explained the reason behind the simple name flipping was due to not having a name picked out and being distracted under pressure. When their mother, Tricia, went into labor with T.
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