Country music duo, Brothers Osborne just announced they are cancelling a series of upcoming concert dates.
According to a representative, the cancellation is "due to some personal stuff." Brothers Osborne took to their Twitter page on Monday (September 16) to share the news.
The tweet read, "Regrettably, due to personal reasons, Brothers Osborne has to cancel several performances including the Outlaw Music Festival shows in Indianapolis on 9/20 and Cincinnati on 9/22. - Team BrOs"
Additionally, the CMA Vocal Duo of the Year has also officially pulled out of "Farm Aid 2019" in Wisconsin. They were initially scheduled to play Saturday (September 21) along with Willie Nelson, Luke Combs and John Mellencamp. According to Journal Sentinel rock duo, Jamestown Revival will serve as a replacement for Brothers Osborne.
These show cancelations come shortly following Brothers Osborne's announcement to release their new album, Live At The Ryman. The album will showcase their previous three-night sold-out show at Nashville's famed Ryman Auditorium earlier this year. The duo’s hit songs “Stay A Little Longer” and “It Ain’t My Fault” will be featured on the forthcoming album along with fan favorites like “Weed, Whiskey And Willie” and “21 Summer.”
While there might not be much detail revealed regarding Brothers Osborne's "personal reasons," we do know that the duo will be back on the "All American Road Show Tour" with Chris Stapleton in a couple of weeks.
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