T.J. appears on The Ellen DeGeneres Show
An outpouring of love has come in from wide and far — showing that the first major star to come out at the height of his fame is welcome in country music. T.J. talks to Ellen about it, watch HERE.
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T.J. Osborne is ready to tell his story
People keep asking T.J. Osborne how he’s feeling, which makes sense, given the thing he’s about to do, but it’s making him uneasy, hearing that well-intentioned question over and over again from so many people—his friends, his family, his team, and even me, over the course of the days that have led up to this one. Now, at a masked-up photo shoot in east Nashville, he insists that he’s feeling good as he slips on a jacket. “I’m ready to put this behind me,” he says. Read the full story HERE.
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GRAMMYS POSTPONED! Brothers Osborne receive Grammy Nomination
The Grammy Awards were moved from January 31 to March 14 due to the severity of the COVID-19 pandemic in Los Angeles, and now more details are emerging about how the show will be staged. Sources tell Variety that everything is subject to change, but right now, the plan is to hold the ceremony in the outdoor part of the Los Angeles Convention Center, using the Staples Center. Many of the performances are likely to be pre-recorded, Variety adds, but there will be a few live performances. Read the full story HERE. Brothers Osborne are nominated for Best Country Duo/Group Performance for “All Night”.
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2020 Pepsi Gulf Coast Jam Moved To June 2021
The 2020 Pepsi Gulf Coast Jam has moved to June 4-6, 2021, organizers have announced. Luke Bryan, Brad Paisley and Lynyrd Skynyrd remain the confirmed headliners for the festival at Frank Brown Park in Panama City Beach, Florida. “The festival lineup also includes Cody Jinks, Joe Nichols, Lindsay Ell, Jon Langston, CJ Solarand Frank Ray, who, with Skynard, are slated for Friday, June 4; Cole Swindell, Billy Ray Cyrus, Tenille Townes, Shy Carter and Alex Hall for the June 5 lineup, with Paisley; and Brothers Osborne, Riley Green, Walker Hayes, Ryan Hurd, Shelly Fairchild and the Pepsi Southern Original winner performing on June 6, with Bryan. Due to a scheduling conflict, Rodney Atkins is replacing Jordan Davis on Saturday’s lineup. Read the full story HERE.
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