Brothers Osborne go live
Monday, August 12, 2019
– Brothers Osborne will release a live disc, "Live At The Ryman," digitally on Oct. 11.
The disc was recorded during their three-night, sold-out run at the auditorium earlier this year and includes such hits as "It Ain't My Fault," "Shoot Me Straight" and the current hit "I Don't Remember Me (Before You)." Missing from the set is "21 Summer," according to the band's website. At least one published report said the song was on the release.
The 11-song track list is:
1. Drank Like Hank
2. Shoot Me Straight
3. I Don't Remember Me (Before You)
4. Weed, Whiskey and Willie
5. Down Home
7. Pushing Up Daisies (Love Alive)
8. Tequila Again
9. Love The Lonely
10. Stay A Little Longer
11. It Ain't My Fault
The set list for one of the February shows included 17 songs.
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