Handcrafted limited-edition poster designed by acclaimed poster artist, Matthew Decker. Signed and numbered by Grammy nominated and CMA Duo of the Year, Brothers Osborne! There are only 10 of these 18×24 hand embellished giclee print posters ever made, but that’s only the beginning of the story. With each purchase you will receive the FIRST ever Brothers Osborne NFT in history! Each spectacular animated NFT will be signed individually and numbered. These one-of-a-kind pieces of history will only be available for a short time!
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“I’m good for some, but I’m not for everyone,” TJ Osborne sings on Skeletons, Brothers Osborne’s third studio album. That lyric might as well be the group’s mission statement: a proud declaration of uniqueness, delivered by a band of brothers whose boundary breaking country songs have always mixed the twang of southern music with the groove and guitar-driven swagger of rock & roll. At the same time, it’s hard to look at the Osbornes’ long list of musical milestones — including six Grammy nominations, four CMA Awards, five ACM trophies, and more than a half-dozen hits — and imagine anyone turning up their noses at a sound that’s taken the siblings from the blue-collar beach bars of their Maryland hometown to some of the biggest stages across the world.
Skeletons is a celebration of that sound — a melodic, muscular album that builds upon the hooks of the band’s career-launching debut, Pawn Shop, as well as the forward thinking adventurousness of their sophomore release, Port Saint Joe. More than anything, it’s a sound rooted in the excitement and electricity of Brothers Osborne’s concerts, packed with songs that could all serve as crowd-rousing encores. Recorded with multi-platinum producer Jay Joyce during a time of global turbulence, Skeletons is a celebratory album for a world in sore need of uplifting music.
John and TJ attribute that distinctive sound to their modest upbringing in the small town of Deale, Maryland, tucked into a corner of the Chesapeake Bay. Acoustic jam sessions became a regular occurrence in the Osborne household often lasting well into the night. For TJ and John, those informal gigs were a chance to cut their teeth as musicians, with TJ earning his earliest fans as a deep-voiced singer and John standing out as a first rate guitar picker. Decades later, the siblings have sharpened that dynamic to a fine point, broadening and boosting their sound with help from a touring band of honorary brothers.