Brothers Osborne Perform Atop Tour Bus
Brothers Osborne literally “brought the house down” at the Fox Theatre in Hanford, California recently, when the venue’s roof collapsed minutes before they were scheduled to take the stage. Given this was the second such occurrence in two weeks, John and TJ Osborne came up with an alternate plan. They used their bus generator for power, moved equipment onto the roof through the emergency hatch and played for 30 minutes. See a video clip of the performance.
They will continue on The Dirt Rich Tour through the beginning of next year with upcoming stops in Los Angeles, Las Vegas and New Orleans, as well as a show at Nashville’s Marathon Music Works on Jan. 18.
Randy Travis Joins Michael Ray
Atlantic / Warner Music Nashville recording artist Michael Ray performed at the KSCS-FM Country Fest in Grand Prairie, Texas on Friday (Dec. 9). The rising star surprised fans by bringing country music legend Randy Travis onstage to sing his classic “Forever and Ever, Amen.”
Home Free’s Sold Out Show at TPAC
Columbia Records’ Home Free brought their successful A Country Christmas Tour to Nashville’s TPAC Sunday night (Dec. 11). The sold out stop featured the all-vocal group performing songs from their new Christmas album, along with fan favorites including “Ring of Fire,” and “Snapback.”
After the show, CMT’s Nashville star Hayden Panettiere visited with the band backstage.