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Brothers Osborne announce headlining tour

Monday, August 8, 2016 – Brothers Osborne announces today its first headlining tour, The Dirt Rich Tour, starting this fall.

The duo of T.J. and John Osborne, who released their debut full-length CD in January, kick off the tour in the Chicago area on Sept. 22, hitting about 30 markets. Fans can purchase tickets beginning this Friday, August 12.

The duo had a number one hit with "Stay A Little Longer." Their current single is "21 Summer."

"'Dirt Rich' is a song on the record that makes a statement about who we are and where we come from," said John. "We felt it was an appropriate title for the tour because it really defines who we are."

TJ said, "We have been fortunate to be a part of some really great tours, but this one is especially exciting because we've been building towards this for a while. We can't wait to perform more of our material in an intimate setting with the fans out there. It's going to be a blast."

LANco and British singer Lucie Silvas will open shows. LANco is comprised of five best friends: Brandon Lancaster, Tripp Howell, Eric Steedly, Jared Hampton and Chandler Baldwin. LANco recently impacted country radio with their debut single "Love Live Tonight," which is on their four-song, self-titled EP produced by Jay Joyce (Eric Church, Little Big Town).

Silvas has toured with Little Big Town, Elton John, Chris Stapleton, James Bay, Macy Gray and Jamiroquai. She recently released "Letters to Ghosts," on her own imprint label through Caroline Records. She co-wrote and co-produced the album.

Tour dates are:
Sept. 22 Rosemont, IL Joe's Live
Oct. 13 Asbury Park, NJ The Stone Pony*
Oct. 14 Rochester, NY Anthology*
Oct. 15 Buffalo, NY University of Buffalo*
Oct. 19 Madison, WI Orpheum Theatre*
Oct. 20 Minneapolis, MN Cabooze*
Oct. 21 Milwaukee, WI The Rave*
Oct. 22 Detroit, MI St. Andrews Hall*
Oct. 26 Columbia, MO The Blue Note*
Oct. 27 Kansas City, MO Uptown Theater*
Oct. 28 Indianapolis, IN Deluxe*
Nov. 4 New York, NY Irving Plaza*
Nov. 10 Philadelphia, PA TLA*
Nov. 11 Cleveland, OH House of Blues*
Nov. 12 Louisville, KY Mercury Ballroom*
Nov. 17 Atlanta, GA Terminal West*
Nov. 18 Greensboro, NC Cone Denim Entertainment Center*
Nov. 19 N. Myrtle Beach, SC House of Blues*
Nov. 25 Denver, CO Summit Music Hall**
Nov. 26 Lewiston, ID Clearwater River Casino**
Nov. 27 Boise, ID Egyptian Theatre**
Nov. 30 Vancouver, BC Commodore Ballroom**
Dec. 2 Portland, OR Roseland Theater**
Dec. 3 Chico, CA Senator Theater**
Dec. 7 San Francisco, CA The Fillmore**
Dec. 9 Sacramento, CA Ace of Spades**
Dec. 10 Riverside, CA Riverside Municipal Auditorium**
Dec. 15 Los Angeles, CA Belasco**
Dec. 16 San Diego, CA House of Blues**
Dec. 17 Las Vegas, NV House of Blues**
Jan. 7 Dallas, TX House of Blues*
Jan. 14 Orlando, FL House of Blues*

* Featuring LANco
** Featuring Lucie Silvas

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