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Brothers Osborne Announce 'Live At The Ryman' Album

Wednesday, 14 August 2019 Written by Jon Stickler

Brothers Osbourne will release a live album on October 11.

Titled 'Live at the Ryman', the record captures the American country duo's performances over three dates at the famous Nashville venue in February of this year.

The 12-track album includes their latest single I Don’t Remember Me (Before You) as well as Stay a Little Longer, Rum, It Ain’t My Fault and 21 Summer. On announcing the album, John Osbourne said:

"The 'Live at the Ryman' album highlights who we really are. To play this place one night is a gift and an accomplishment that everyone should remember but the fact that we did it three, I can’t even wrap my mind around it."

Brother TJ adds:

"Recording at the Ryman is an incredible experience. This place never loses its charm or luster. I hope it never does for me. It’s always a special spot. This room just has a way about it… it has this comforting soul about it."

'Live at the Ryman' follows up the duo's 2018 sophomore LP, 'Port Saint Joe'. Take a look at the tracklist and a clip announcing the record, below.

'Live at the Ryman':

1. Drank Like Hank
2. Shoot Me Straight
3. I Don’t Remember Me (Before You)
4. Weed, Whiskey and Willie
5. Down Home
6. Rum
7. Pushing Up Daisies (Love Alive)
8. Tequila Again
9. 21 Summer
10. Love The Lonely Out Of You
11. Stay A Little Longer
12. It Ain’t My Fault

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