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Brothers Osborne extends tour into '19

Monday, November 12, 2018 – Brothers Osborne will keep their world tour rolling starting in early January.

The duo unveiled dates starting Jan. 10 in Chicago through April 27 in Columbia, Mo. The Wild Feathers, Ruston Kelly and Devon Gilfillian will open shows.

The tour will visit more than 40 additional markets including New York, Los Angeles and Nashville. Tickets go on sale Friday Nov. 16 at brothersosborne.com.

Brothers Osborne released their second disc, "Port St. Joe," in April. The disc features the singles "Shoot Me Straight" and ""I Don't Remember Me (Before You)." Joining John and TJ Osborne are country rock band The Wild Feathers, comprised of vocalist Taylor Burns, singer-guitarist Ricky Young, singer-bassist Joel King and drummer Ben Dumas., singer-songwriter Ruston Kelly, who released "Dying Star," earlier this fall, Philadelphia-born Gilfillian and Silvas, a British singer, who is married to John Osborne. Brothers Osborne - World Tour Dates:
Nov. 25: Glasgow, Scotland O2 Academy Glasgow**
Nov. 27: Newcastle, England O2 Academy Newcastle**
Nov. 28: Manchester, England Academy Manchester**
Nov. 30: Nottingham, England Rock City**
Dec. 1: Porthcawl, Wales Planet Rock Festival
Dec. 2: London, England O2 Kentish Town Forum**
Jan. 10: Chicago, IL Riviera Theater*
Jan. 11: Detroit, MI The Fillmore Detroit*
Jan. 12: Cleveland, OH Agora Theatre*
Jan. 23: New York, NY Terminal 5*
Jan. 24: Boston, MA House of Blues*
Jan. 25: Philadelphia, PA The Fillmore*
Jan. 26: Pittsburgh, PA Stage AE - Indoor*
Jan. 30: Cincinnati, OH Taft Theatre*
Jan. 31: Chattanooga, TN Tivoli Theatre*
Feb. 1: Mobile, AL Saenger Theater*
Feb. 6: Birmingham, AL Alabama Theatre*
Feb. 7: Shreveport, LA Municipal Auditorium*
Feb. 8: Fort Worth, TX Billy Bob's Texas*
Feb. 14: Indianapolis, IN Egyptian Room at Old National Centre*
Feb. 15: Nashville, TN Ryman Auditorium*
Feb. 16: Nashville, TN Ryman Auditorium*
Feb. 20: Columbus, OH Express Live! Indoor Pavilion +
Feb. 21: Ashland, KY Paramount Arts Center +
Feb. 22: Richmond, VA The National+
Feb. 23: Washington, DC The Anthem+
March 2: Saint Augustine, FL The Saint Augustine Amphitheatre+
March 6: Milwaukee, WI Riverside Theater+
March 7: Sioux City, IA Orpheum Theatre+
March 8: Saint Louis, MO The Pageant+
March 9: Dubuque, IA Five Flags Center+
March 13: Knoxville, TN Knoxville Civic Auditorium+
March 14: Atlanta, GA Tabernacle+
March 15: Savannah, GA Johnny Mercer Theater+
March 21: New Orleans, LA The Fillmore New Orleans - Music Hall^
March 22: Little Rock, AR Robinson Hall Little Rock^
March 26: Salt Lake City, UT Union Event Center^
March 27: Boise, ID Knitting Factory Concert House^
March 28: Seattle, WA Showbox SoDo^
March 30: Oakland, CA Fox Theater^
March 31: Stockton, CA Bob Hope Theatre^
April 2: Bakersfield, CA Fox Theater^
April 3: Los Angeles, CA The Novo^
April 4: San Diego, CA House of Blues^
April 9: Oklahoma City, OK The Jones Assembly^
April 10: Austin, TX Stubbs Waller Creek^
April 12: Las Vegas, NV Brooklyn Bowl - Las Vegas^
April 25: Wichita, KS The Cotillion Ballroom^
April 26: Lincoln, NE Lincoln In The Streets^
April 27: Columbia, MO The Blue Note - Outdoors^
* Featuring The Wild Feathers
+ Featuring Ruston Kelly
^ Featuring Devon Gilfillian
** Featuring Lucie Silvas

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