New Years Eve 2016 was so much fun we decided to do it again for New Years Eve 2017. The Country Music Duo Love and Theft has become a favorites of The Bluestone Stage. New Years Eve 2017 they will welcome fellow artists from Nashville and Columbus, OHIO to ROCK in New Years Eve 2017! Tickets for New Years Eve 2017on sale now at www.liveatthebluestone.com

Several ticket options will be available Friday November 18th. A New Years Eve 2017 VIP table can be purchased which will include dinner and seating for 4 and will include the After Party with the artists. Party favors and a great time is to be had by all! If you simply want to enjoy the show without dinner and a table those options are also available. Tickets for New Years Eve 2017 with Love and Theft can be purchased at www.liveatthebluestone.com starting at 10 AM November 18th 2016 Don’t miss the best party in town New Years Eve 2017.

Love and Theft will be joined by Nashville’s own, Stevie Monce, David Adam Byrnes and we can’t forget about the always awesome local favorite artists Cliff Cody! Get Your New Years Eve 2017 Bluestone tickets at www.liveatthebluestone.com

Love and Theft

NYE 2017 Love and Theft

Love and TheftOriginally a trio that also included fellow singer-songwriter Brian Bandas, Love and Theft first galvanized fans in 2009 with the Top 10 hit “Runaway.” That breakthrough success set the stage for their debut album World Wide Open, which also produced the hit single “Dancing In Circles.” After a move from the Disney-affiliated Carolwood label to RCA, Stephen and Eric scored their first #1 single with “Angel Eyes,” which was featured on Love and Theft’s self-titled second album, along with the hits “Runnin’ Out of Air” and “If You Ever Get Lonely.”

The longtime partners agree that their potent musical chemistry is a reflection of their personal rapport. “The thing about us,” Eric asserts,” is that we really are best friends, and that’s helped to get us through the tougher times. At the same time, though, we’re different enough personality-wise that the combination works. Stephen’s naturally a more social person than I am, and I’m a little more introverted. He tends to see the best in every person and every situation, and I’m kind of the opposite. My songwriting’s different from his, and when we’re in the studio, his approach is different from mine. The way we play guitar is different. The way we arrange songs is different. But our differences come together to make something that each of us couldn’t do on his own.”

The pair’s second-nature chemistry led them both to agree that the occasion of their third album called for the bold musical statement that Whiskey On My Breath would ultimately become.

“In some ways, we’ve played it safe in the past, and I think we’re over that now,” Stephen observes. “It’s easy to fall into that when you’re working in the Nashville system and trying to please everybody. But eventually you come around and realize that you need to be true to yourself. I don’t mind that songs like ‘Whiskey On My Breath’ and ‘Everybody Drives Drunk’ may be a little controversial, because they’re honest, and I think that they’ll make people think about how they feel about life.”

“Those songs are both really personal for us,” Eric notes. “They show a side of us that’s legitimately us, and how we’ve grown up and matured in the time that we’ve been in this business. But there are plenty of songs on this album that are just good, fun songs, and that’s still a side of us too.”

Indeed, Whiskey On My Breath makes it apparent how far the duo—who’ve both become husbands and fathers in the six years since they began their recording career—have traveled, and demonstrates that they’re in for the long haul.

“We feel more strongly about this record than anything we’ve ever done,” Eric concludes. “Whatever happens, we’ve made a record that we both love and that we can both stand behind, and that’s a great feeling.”

 

Its going to be a GREAT New Years Eve 2017!

Tucker Beathard Live November 10th 2016

Tucker Beathard Live November 10th 2016

At just 20 years old, singer-songwriter Tucker Beathard already exudes the confidence and swagger of an established artist. It’s probably because music is in his blood. He started playing drums and guitar in a band with his brothers at 10 years old and had an early immersion into songwriting via his dad, two-time BMI “Songwriter of the Year” Casey Beathard. It was Tucker’s rebellious attitude as a teenager that inspired the lyrics for the chart-topping hit “Homeboy” recorded by Eric Church. Not long after making the decision to forgo a baseball scholarship to focus on music, Beathard signed a publishing deal with Big Machine Music and a recording contract with DOT Records. Now he is beginning to carve a path for his own unique and unapologetic sound with lyrics like “Hell no I don’t mind turning heads; Hell yeah I’ll get by living on the edge; Our point of views may never meet; I don’t wanna be you, yeah I know me.” Beathard is working on his debut album and is already booked for shows this summer with superstars Dierks Bentley, Eric Church, Miranda Lambert and Keith Urban. http://tuckerbeathard.com/home

Growing up in a family that excelled at both music and sports — his father is a hit songwriter; his brothers, star quarterbacks — Big Machine Label Group recording artist Tucker Beathard has an unrelenting competitive spirit: He wakes up every day trying to write the perfect song. For Tucker, a self-taught guitarist and drummer, there’s no such thing as “good enough.”   “I love anything with great melodies and I’m drawn to the little things,” Tucker says, rattling off his influences with an artist’s attention to detail. “When I listen to Led Zeppelin, I focus on John Bonham’s drums. Or Joe Walsh’s guitar licks in the Eagles. And Hank Williams Jr.’s ‘Family Tradition’ is as country songwriting as it gets.”  Tucker certainly knows something about family tradition, taking cues from dad Casey Beathard, who wrote Kenny Chesney’s “Don’t Blink” and Eric Church’s “Homeboy.” The latter, in fact, was inspired by Tucker, who admits to going through his own rebellious phase.  Giving up a college baseball scholarship to dive headlong into songwriting, Tucker came out better for his diverse experiences and documented those wild times in the wise-beyond-its-years “Momma and Jesus.” The track is one of many in contention for his debut album, being overseen by producer Angelo Petraglia (Kings Of Leon).   With a rhythmic way of playing guitar, influenced by his innate drumming ability, Tucker has created some of contemporary country music’s most progressive songs. “Rock On,” a song about regretting the girl that got away, is taut in its delivery, with clever turns of phrase. Likewise, “20-10 Tennessee,” a standout, uses a football game as metaphor for a relationship and “Better Than Me” puts a unique spin on an arena-ready breakup anthem, ultimately wishing the best for someone after parting ways.   “I’ve always been a huge fan of deep songs, and I’ve always liked poems,” he says. “I’m an introvert, but writing songs that go beneath the surface allows me the chance to open up a piece of myself.”   As does his engaging live show.  Having played with artists like Dierks Bentley, Keith Urban and Miranda Lambert, Tucker regularly bares his soul in front of a crowd. Despite his reserved demeanor, the stage is where he is most free — it’s his canvas to paint an honest picture of who he is, as both a songwriter and an artist.   “Expressing yourself onstage and putting your emotion into each song is a feeling that is tough to match. It’s your way of letting the world know who you are,” says Tucker, who has one main goal when performing. “Whether it’s ‘My heart is broken’ or ‘Let’s party tonight,’ I want people to feel this is a real dude who knows who he is — and who says it like it is.”

Country Music’s LOCASH will be performing live at The Bluestone on Thursday, November 10th, 2016. Fresh off their #1 Country Music Hit

TICKETS ON-SALE FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7th at 10am

Opening Artist: Stevie Monce and David Byrnes

Locash returns to The Bluestone

Locash returns to The Bluestone

It’s an exciting time to be LOCASH these days. That might very well be one of the biggest understatements in Nashville these days. Already in their career, the duo of Preston Brust and Chris Lucas have enjoyed hit singles, sold-out concert appearances here and abroad, and have tasted the top of the chart as two of Nashville’s quickest-rising songwriters. But, to quote the old saying… You Ain’t Seen Nothing Yet.

Recently signing with Reviver Records, the duo is joining forces with some of the biggest names on the Country Music business landscape. Brust says they could feel the team’s energy from the first meeting. “We haven’t felt an energy like this since the day we began our journey. This feels like it has all come together –the right label head, the right promo team, it finally feels like we’ve got all of our ducks in a row for the first time in our lives. We’ve been out there doing the grass roots thing for so long, and to feel it all come together, is so encouraging.”

That part together happened at Nashville’s Wildhorse Saloon, where the pair worked together in the club’s DJ booth. They talked about their influences – which range from Gospel (Preston’s great-uncle was Gospel legend Albert Brumley) to Rock and Roll bands such as Motley Crue and Quiet Riot. The two also talked about their dreams of a career in the business, which have come true beyond their wildest imagination – though they are far from done writing the chapters to their story.

An integral part of that LOCASH book is their songwriting. “I think that part of what we do reflects our different personalities, and what has happened in our lives,’ says Lucas. “The passing of my father was ‘The Best Seat In The House.’ Preston and I still write things like that. But, a lot of times, as songwriters, you get to go in someone else’s world, and try to think about what you would do in a situation. Some days, I feel like hearing something upbeat, and when there’s a lot of stuff going on in the world, we want to bring something a little fresh and make people want to roll down the window and smile. Then, there are songs that you have for when you’ve loved someone so much in your life, and you don’t want to let them go – like your wife and your kids, we have those songs too. It’s day by day what we write, and I don’t think any of that has changed. I just think the sound of it has evolved. We’re so excited to put it out so people can hear it.”

Brian Davis Live

April 13, 2015

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David Adam Byrnes:

With the help of Ray Scott’s band, David Adam Byrnes got the party started at The Bluestone Friday night, April 10th. Brynes, a talented entertainer with a big voice and the stage presence of a headlining act, featured many songs from his upcoming EP. He also covered “Unwound” by George Straight (Brynes’ favorite singer), “Pickup Man” by Joe Diffie, and a countrified portion of Sir Mix-a lot’s “Baby Got Back” (something Byrnes saw Joe Nicholas do when he opened for him). Brynes was able to keep the crowd captivated throughout his set by featuring his soaring voice in songs like his ballad, “She Only Wanted Flowers,” and by getting the crowd to sing along on upbeat songs like “Alcoholiday,” his just-released single.

Ray Scott:

With his deep voice and Johnny Cash inspired lyrics, Ray Scott started out his set with his song “Gotta Quit Drinkin’.” Throughout the evening Scott told the stories behind the songs he has written and the music that inspires him. With his wit and sing-speak style, Scott delivered some of his most popular songs including the pickup-line centered “Those Jeans” and the self-deprecating “The Ugly One.” He also performed a praiseworthy cover of “Folsom Prison Blues” by Johnny Cash.  Scott engaged the audience by playing songs out of his diverse catalog. His song selection spanned from his current single, “Ain’t Always Thirsty,” to the song, “Plowboy,” which Scott describes as the song that got him his first record deal.

 Brain Davis:

If one thing can be taken from this Friday night concert, it’s that Brain Davis knows how to throw a party. Davis, who stated to the rowdy crowd that he had been “dying, counting down the seconds to be back in this room [The Bluestone],” started off his set with an array of his upbeat, drinking-style songs. Davis rocked the stage with his songs like “Hurt Like Hell Yeah,” “County Line Crossers,” “Long Line of Wrong,” and “I Earned This Beer.” He slowed things down with his song, “Against the World,” a ballad that he described as “close to his heart.”

 

One of the highlights of the evening is when Davis performed a set just featuring a box drum, strums on a guitar, and his voice. The softer music allowed for the showcasing of the power and slight rasp of Davis’s voice.  In this set he performed noteworthy covers of Eric Church’s “Springsteen,” Blake Shelton’s “Sure Be Cool If You Did,” and Kenny Chesney’s “Back Where I come From” with inserts of Old Crow Medicine Show’s “Wagon Wheel.”

After the stripped-down set, Davis returned to his stronghold of upbeat, rocking music. Throughout the evening he proved to be at the level of some of Country Music’s top hit makers. With a style similar to chart-toppers, Brantley Gilbert and Eric Church, Davis showcased his arena-ready songs and charisma to The Bluestone crowd.

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 This Friday, up and coming country music artist, Brian Davis will be at the Bluestone with doors opening up at 7:00 pm.  Davis, a native of North Carolina, writes all of his own songs, and a lot are party anthems heavy on guitar and drums.

Last year, Brian was the opening act for Brantley Gilbert on the Hell on Wheels tour and it could not have gone better.  Since the tour, his name has blown up.  Not only have his back-home fans been watching him grow as an artist, he now has a large following making their ways to many of his shows all over the nation.

Brian will be rocking out to songs from his new album, “Under the Influence”, which contrary to popular belief, has far less to do with “going out and getting hammered” then loyal Davis fans would think. A lot of his musical influences will play through in this album and that is something Brian has not ever really displayed.

The Friday concert is sure to be a lively one, and it is definitely something you do not want to miss out on.  Get your tickets now and enjoy the show!

CMA EDU of The Ohio State University Member: Hannah Nowacki

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The Bluestone an iconic Columbus event venue has won The Knot Best of Weddings Award for 2015 and has just been inducted into The Knot Best of Weddings Hall of Fame. Exceptional wedding professionals who have earned four or more The Knot Best of Weddings awards are inducted into the prestigious The Knot Best of Weddings Hall of Fame.

The Knot Best of Weddings is an annual guide to the country’s top local wedding professionals and represents the highest-rated wedding professionals as reviewed by real couples, their families and wedding guests on The Knot.  To determine the winners, The Knot assessed a sample of almost one million real reviews across the various vendor categories—venues, musicians, florists, photographers, caterers and more—that a bride or groom would want in order to inspire, plan and pull off their own unique wedding at The Bluestone.

This year, The Knot Best of Weddings winners represent the top 2% of local wedding vendors listed on TheKnot.com.  There were only 748 new inductees in the United States for The Knot Best of Weddings Hal

of Fame for 2015.

The Knot has helped inspire and plan more than 25 million weddings. With a rich history of providing quality content and inspiration to couples, The Knot is making it easier for couples to connect with just the right wedding vendor to create a wedding that is unique to them. More than eight out of 10 couples come to The Knot, and they can be connected to any of 250,000 local wedding vendors across the country. The Knot is marrying great technology with trusted content — and a little love — to make planning for the most important day of a person’s life easier and more enjoyable at The Bluestone.

 

Jamie Lynn Spears

February 10, 2015

Jamie Lynn Spears will be performing live at The Bluestone on Friday, March 27th, 2015

 WCOL Miller Lite Concert Series.

Opening Artists: SAMMY ARRIAGA and KATIE ARMIGER

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At 23 years-old Jamie Lynn Spears is already a seasoned entertainment veteran. After five years focused on raising her daughter, Maddie, the Kentwood, LA native is back in the spotlight with a sound and style that truly captures her Southern roots.

Her official music debut comes in the form of country ballad “How Could I Want More.” The intensely personal lyrics mixed with a simple song production portrays Jamie Lynn as wise beyond her 23 years.

“How Could I Want More” was written by Spears along with Nashville songwriter Rivers Rutherford, who has also collaborated with Tim McGraw, Brad Paisley, and Montgomery Gentry.

Jamie Lynn’s experiences with Rivers and other Nashville writers, including Chris Tompkins, Liz Rose, Lisa Carver and Luke Laird, made for a master class in songwriting. Jamie Lynn learned about how to bring her stories to life through music and became a part of a community that helped her figure out the kind of artist she wanted to be. The experiences paid off – Jamie Lynn now has over 100 songs in her catalog.

Her first single already has critical acclaim and cultural heat. It was named a Taste of Country Critic’s Pick and her journey has been covered by such outlets as E!, Entertainment Tonight, BuzzFeed, MTV, CMT and more!

A full album is imminent and Jamie Lynn credits her producer, Corey Crowder, for helping her define her sound. “He is a huge influence, and mainly responsible for making my music sound like “me”- he really just got me,” says Spears. “It took me years to figure out my sound, and to have confidence in knowing what I wanted.”

Choosing “How Could I Want More” as her first single was not an easy decision, but she feels that it is the right one because of the help and support of her team.

SAMMY ARRIAGA and KATIE ARMIGER

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SAMMY ARRIAGA

Bringing his Miami heat to Music City, TN in 2011, South Florida native Sammy Arriaga has quickly become a young, rising Country Music sensation. After discovering his natural ability and passion for singing at the age of 14, Arriaga began to teach himself to play guitar. “Picking up the guitar inspired me to learn more about the Country genre,” says Arriaga.  “And I quickly fell in love with it.” So much so that Arriaga plugged the famed Tootsie’s Orchid Lounge into his GPS and drove straight to Nashville.

At 21 years old, Arriaga is certainly no stranger to the music industry, as America witnessed his unique voice and style earn him a gold ticket to Hollywood during Season 10 of American Idol. Since making his debut on the American Idol stage, Arriaga has been captivating audiences across the country with his infectious style, performing alongside popular chart-topping acts such as the ACM-nominated duo Love and Theft and The Voice winner Cassadee Pope.  “The process of bringing a song to life, from a writer’s room on music row to music venues, is the best thing in the world,” says Arriaga.

Integrating his Latin heritage into his music, Arriaga incorporates various rhythmic elements that put a unique spin on today’s Country sound. With the release of his debut single, “Lighter Up,” Arriaga is blazing new trails and filling a niche that Country music has not yet experienced.

KATIE ARMIGER

With the release of her new album, Fall Into Me, it’s clear Katie Armiger has come of age. The album, a work of stunning maturity, also reflects the accomplished young star’s deepening confidence in her own abilities.

Armiger co-wrote every song on the 14-cut set not because she deliberately set out to do so, but because she had such a clear vision for the project that none of the many outside songs she considered seemed personal enough. “I know it’s cliché to say, but it really is kind of a diary of my life in the last two years,” she says of the album.

Working once again with Grammy Award-winning producer Chad Carlson allowed Armiger to have quite a bit of control over the album’s direction, so she opted for a central theme: love in all its many forms. “The album is literally about falling in, falling out, and searching for that special something,” she says. “The songs take you on that journey.”

Armiger chose the title Fall Into Me, she says, because “whether or not you’re falling in love, or falling out of love, that sensation of falling is always involved.” Yet other than the defiant track “He’s Gonna Change,” the album’s songs tend to take a hopeful, optimistic tone about romance, and the prospect of finding it. It closes with the sweet ballad “Safe,” which perfectly captures the security of a love that feels just right.

Other standout tracks include “Playin’ With Fire,” about the heat and volatility of a less predictable romance; “Cardboard Boxes,” which cleverly uses moving cartons as a metaphor for both the beginning and end of a relationship; and the poignant, string-laden “Okay Alone,” an empowering song about slowly healing from a broken heart that fans who find themselves in a similar circumstance are likely to listen to on repeat. The album’s first single, the feisty top 40 hit “Better In A Black Dress,” also takes an empowering tone, and were the most successful of the 10 singles and videos she’s released in her career to date.

VIP TABLE PURCHASE DOES NOT INCLUDE ADMISSION TICKETS TO THE SHOW.  

Admission tickets must be purchased separately.

  • Loft Lower Tier: $250 (seats four people-no exceptions)
  • Prime view of stage!
  • Includes six bottles of Miller or Coors Light
  • VIP waitress
  • Exclusive Private Bar access
  • Buckets (six bottles) available for purchase all night for $24
  • Loft Upper Tier: $200 (seats four people-no exceptions)
  • Includes six bottles of Miller or Coors Light
  • VIP waitress
  • Private Bar Access
  • Buckets (six bottles) available for purchase all night for $24
  • May be Obstruction in View

*All VIP tables located in the loft area

 

Excision

EXCISION returns to The Bluestone on Thursday, March 26th 2015

Opening artists include: Protohype and MINNEASOTA

This is an 18+ show.  BUY TICKETS 

Excision Featuring the Executioner Video & Lighting installation. The name itself presents a terrifying image- a mangled, forced extraction, quite literally “removal by cutting”. It should come as no surprise that the sounds behind this name are just as filthy, brutal, and unforgiving as the namesake suggests.

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Excision shows are like no other- a virtual apocalypse of twisting and morphing sounds turn massive crowds into a frenzy, as virtual walls of bass are relentlessly impaled time and time again upon their fragile bodies and ears. Your ears will ring and your eyes will roll into the back of your head as you are suspended in what can only be called a true sensory overload. Bass will rain down from above for hours as Excision’s skills as a DJ and producer shine like an unholy light from the underworld.

The true champion of bass music, Excision hails from Kelowna, British Columbia. The founder of the ROTTUN label, a bass music conglomerate that has shaped the sound of modern Bass music, Excision has created a vast roster of allies that has only bolstered his spot as a warrior of bass music. Armed with a library of destruction and filth, Excision has time and time again tested the limits of electronic music with vastly different sets that encompass a full range of genres. The things you see and hear during the precious time you are engaged by Excision’s sounds will eclipse your mind for a lifetime, as you are constantly enlightened by the true fervor and energy that only an Excision set can provide.
To see more, go to Excision.ca

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Protohype

In the fall of 2009, Max Pote and Sean Farrell joined forces to create Protohype, an unstoppable musical force of massive proportions and unlimited potential. Their irrepressible style is defined by a cunning combination of the technical finesse and swagger of a seasoned Hip-Hop veteran fused with the and raw energy and passion of an electronic music icon. Protohype specializes in a signature sound composed of extremely catchy melodic lines culminating in a dark and edgy electronic bombardment boldly accented with robust and meticulously crafted drums. With a combined twelve years of production experience between them, Max and Sean understand the crucial importance of diversity and progress while still maintaining the necessary amount of nostalgic familiarity to keep the crowd dancing; first and foremost Protohype know how to throw a raging party.

After the release of their first album, “The Protohype”, Max and Sean switched up their production style and moved directly into a new type of music self-titled “Dub Hop”, a filthy and ingenious brand of trunk-rattling bass music insidiously incorporating scathing vocals and head nodding drums. Despite their incredibly powerful and distinct creative voices, the masterminds of Protohype have formed an indelible bond on the basis of their uncontrollable infatuation with noise. Music is not only their passion; it is their inalterable and enduring way of life.

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MINNEASOTA

Originally from Minneapolis, MN, Christian Bauhofer moved to Santa Cruz, CA at the young age of 18. Having just moved from the state, Christian’s newfound friends nicknamed him Minnesota, and unknowingly created his party crushing alter ego. A guitarist from the age of 12, Minnesota made attempts at forming bands until he attended Symbiosis Gathering for the first time in 2009. There he was drawn to the emerging Electronic Dance Music culture and all of a sudden knew what career path he wanted to pursue. Shortly after Symbiosis, Minnesota bought Ableton Live and his first midi controller, and within a few months was making hip-hop remixes that his friends couldn’t stop playing. Around the same time, Minnesota teamed up with a couple friends and started a production company called Vital SC (now Vital Events), but despite a string of successful shows with big name artists, Minnesota decided to split off from the promoting side of the industry in pursuit of his musical career. Now as Minnesota reflects back on his decision, he couldn’t be happier.

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Brothers Osborne

January 16, 2015

Hit Singer Songwriters, Brothers Osborne, to Perform LIVE at The Bluestone

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Tickets available for purchase at www.LIVEatthebluestone.com

COLUMBUS, OH-  Nashville based duo Brothers Osborne, will perform live at The Bluestone on Saturday, February 28th, 2015. Tickets are available online at www.liveatthebluestone.com for just $15 in advance and $17 day of show.  Doors for the show will open at 7pm. This is an all ages event.

Brothers Osborne, were born and raised in Deale, Maryland. Growing up the sons of a working class mother and father, T.J. and John Osborne learned at an early age to make do with what they had, creating music with little to nothing. “A lot of the coolest music comes when you don’t have anything else to do and you have random objects lying around,” says John. The family would spend many days and nights with friends at impromptu yard parties listening to their father play out of a shed in the backyard. As the brothers aged, they formed a band with their ever eclectic father named “Deuce & Quarter”. This created a twang-and-church duo that blends equal parts country and rock into one of the freshest most identifiable sounds to come out of Nashville in recent years. Driven by T.J.’s sultry, low-down baritone and John’s slow-hand guitar work, Brothers Osborne fills a void for singer/guitarist duos with a presence.

Eventually, the brothers relocated to the Music City, first John and a year later, T.J. Reunited, the versatile musicians accepted a job backing up a bluegrass artist and cut their teeth onto the touring circuit, even playing the Grand Ole Opry. In April 2011, Warner Chappel of King Pen Music offered them a publishing deal. A year later, Capitol Records offered them a record deal. Influenced heavily by Hank Williams, Merle Haggard, Dwight Yoakam, Tom Petty, and especially, Bob Seger helped to shape the sound of the Brothers Osborne. Soon, the duo was laying the groundwork for what would become their EMI Records Nashville debut album, a collection of songs each written by the Brothers that, while indisputably ready for radio, carried an integrity akin to those of their influences. The Brothers first single “Let’s Go There,” was the gateway to the rest of the album, T.J. says. “It has echoes of the rock, blues, folk and country, all of the elements on our album wrapped up into one song.” Their next single, a boozy escape “Rum” is the perfect back-porch sing-along. It is a perfect embodiment of the duo’s ability to make something out of nothing.

The Bluestone is pleased to host the the Brothers Osborne on The Bluestone’s stage February, 28th 2015. This will be the bands first time performing on the stage of the 117-year old Baptist church renovated into a unique, private event space and concert venue. The Bluestone has hosted many country artists including Lee Brice and Dustin Lynch as well as country legends Dwight Yoakam, Chris Cagle, and Tracy Lawrence and is very excited to add Brothers Osborne to this talented list of performers.

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