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The band aimed to help country music grow in the USA in the early sixties and seventies. The band is linked with their improvisation in the music industry, which includes the introduction of instruments like the Banjo etc. John Osborne believes in real substance and claimed that people were tired of the usual stuff, and it was time to give them something more stripped down and edgy. They also believed that country music should have a little touch of hair metal music.
Although Bluegrass music is not as viral or common as pop music, but the Osborne Brothers are considered to be the veterans and pioneers of Country & Bluegrass. Even today, their tracks are famous and the true heritage of country music is preserved in the likes of them. Their first few songs included Ruby Are You Mad, which was considered to be a building block for them. The song was a great hit and led to a string of hits.
The Osbornes have been induced in the Hall of Fame for their contributions to music. They have worked with some of the major country artists in the industry. Their last concert tour was not only sold out in prime locations but gave a show that took one to the old times.
Osborne biggest hits were Once More, Up This Hill And Down, Leaning on the Everlasting Arms, Old Friend Of Mine, Grandpaw's Radio, Making Plans, Rocky Top, Tennessee Hound Dog and Midnight Flyer. Once More, Up This Hill And Down, Leaning on the Everlasting Arms and Old Friend Of Mine have not only topped charts but have also been anthems of their time. The final chart hit came in 1986, with a remix of Rocky Top.
Opening up with a song that created an everlasting impact on the minds of many people, Ruby features their dad, Robert Osborne on the the claw-hammer banjo. The Osborne Brothers incorporate different instruments in the band and make their own delicate tunes. This, combined with their story telling lyrics, refurbishes the whole song altogether.
The vocals of the band are also another reason why fans enjoy Osborne concerts. The country-fresh vocals with add-ons from backup vocals provide a distinct tone to their music. Leaning on the Everlasting Arms is a fine example of this vocal change. The amalgamation of the five string banjo, guitar and the vocals give you a perfect example of Osborne music.
In Grandpaw's Radio, Bobby and Sonny's vocals immensely complement each other. If you want to hear these melodies live then rush to get Osborne tickets and be prepared to indulge in some good old country music. The band is scheduled for national tours and will perform in major cities all over the country. So if you want to some classic country music, grab the Osborne Brother's tickets at the earliest before they are sold out.