Brothers Osborne Rocks ‘CMA Summer Jam’ with ‘It Ain’t My Fault’
Brothers Osborne’s TJ and John Osborne brought the fan-favorite track, “It Ain’t My Fault,” to CMA Summer Jam and fans…
Brothers Osborne; Photo Courtesy CMA
Brothers Osborne’s TJ and John Osborne brought the fan-favorite track, “It Ain’t My Fault,” to CMA Summer Jam and fans couldn’t get enough of the duo’s rowdy performance.
With John on guitar and TJ’s signature baritone on full-display, Brothers Osborne brought the house down at Nashville’ Ascend Amphitheater and had the audience on their feet clapping along to the infectious beat.
The award-winning duo was proud to take the stage alongside their fellow artists and friends and used the opportunity as the kick-off to their 2021 tour.
“It’s amazing to be here at this event,” TJ shared prior to the duo’s performance. “Honestly, anytime we get to be a part of anything with the CMAs is an incredible thing. At some point in time we will be irrelevant, so the fact that we’re here right now being able to do this, and doing it in our now-hometown Nashville, Tennessee is really awesome and what a cool way to kick the touring season back off than with this night here.”
“It’s Ain’t My Fault” is featured on Brothers Osborne’s 2016 debut album, Pawn Shop.
CMA Summer Jam also featured performances from Jimmie Allen, Gabby Barrett, Dierks Bentley, Luke Bryan, Luke Combs, Eric Church, Darius Rucker, Florida Georgia Line, Mickey Guyton, Miranda Lambert, Carly Pearce, Blake Shelton, Gwen Stefani, Cole Swindell, Thomas Rhett, Carrie Underwood, and Lainey Wilson.
Additionally, the three-hour show included star-studded collaborations by Bentley with HARDY & BRELAND, Underwood and Dwight Yoakam, Lambert with Bentley and Brothers Osborne, Florida Georgia Line feat. Rhett, newlyweds Shelton and Stefani, as well as Swindell & Bryan.
CMA Summer Jam aired on Thursday, September 2 (live 8:00-11:00 PM ET) on ABC.
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