On August 22, Brothers Osborne will bring their “We’re Not For Everyone” tour to the Chevy Park Stage at The Great New York State Fair for an 8PM show.
The brothers have been critically acclaimed almost since their inception. In the eight years since their debut single “Let’s Go There” they have garnered six Grammy nominations, four CMA Awards and five ACM trophies. They have landed seven hit songs on the Billboard Country Radio Airplay chart in that time.
This tour will mark the first chance that the duo will have to play tracks from their 2020 release Skeletons in a live setting. The album, recorded using the band’s touring members instead of studio musicians is a rousing slice of southern rock with a dash of honky-tonk country. Tracks like “All Night” and “Dead Mans Curve” are sure to be barn burners live, showcasing John Osborne’s blistering guitar acrobatics and brother TJ’s smooth baritone.
The tour started in Philadelphia on July 29. Setlists from the first run of shows have included a great mix of songs from Skeletons, some choice covers, as well as tracks from 2018’s Port Saint Joe and their 2016 debut album Pawn Shop.
As with all concerts at the State Fair, concert admission is free with $3 paid admission to the fair. There is limited capacity and I would expect this to be one of the more popular concerts in the series. I would suggest getting there early.