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BROTHERS OSBORNE ANNOUNCE RETURN TO THE UK









Brothers Osbourne Announce Tour With The Cadillac Three


Following their recent appearances at the Country2Country events in Glasgow and London, plus a sold-out headline show at Dingwalls in London, Brothers Osborne will return to the UK in November as Special Guests to The Cadillac Three on the UK leg of their ‘Long Hair Don't Care’ tour.



The dates are as follows:-

‘Long Hair Don't Care’ UK Tour Dates


12 Nov - Cardiff - Y Plas


13 Nov - Nottingham - Rock City


14 Nov - London - O2 Kentish Town Forum


15 Nov - Norwich - UEA


17 Nov - Birmingham - O2 Academy


18 Nov - Manchester - O2 Academy


19 Nov - Newcastle - O2 Academy


20 Nov - Glasgow - O2 ABC



Tickets go on sale Friday, June 16th.


Brothers Osborne – siblings from Deale, Maryland – had their debut ‘Pawn Shop’ album re-released via Spinefarm Records in the UK earlier this year: a deluxe package complete with revised artwork and bonus audio content.


Featuring the hit songs '21 Summer', ‘Stay A Little Longer' and lead UK single 'It Ain't My Fault', the record has proved both a critical and commercial success, picking up major awards along the way; last year, John & TJ Osborne received a Grammy nomination for ‘Stay A Little Longer’, and this year they walked away from the Academy of Country Music Awards with two wins, taking home the ‘Vocal Duo of the Year’ and ‘New Vocal Duo or Group of the Year’ accolades.


Brothers Osborne recently released a video for 'It Ain't My Fault', which can be viewed here: https://youtu.be/E5RDEXpc8OY





‘Pawn Shop’ is available to buy here now: http://amzn.eu/dudDmVW





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