Did Brothers Osborne have a single pulled from radio?
Brothers Osborne’s rollicking single “I’m Not For Everyone” was recently pulled from country radio, and the men are deflated over the unwelcome news. TJ Osborne ruffled feathers when he blurted the song’s demise during the duo’s on-camera acceptance speech at Monday night’s ACM Awards.
Why did the Brothers Osborne get pulled from radio?
According to Billboard, the Brothers Osborne’s dig during their acceptance speech was a reference to their label, EMI Records Nashville, deciding to no longer promote “I’m Not for Everyone” to country radio after it “stalled in the high 30s on the chart.”
Who is brother Osborne married to?
John Osborne and Lucie Silvas are a musical power couple who came together thanks to (what else?) music. The pair first met in 2007, at a songwriting session. In a 2016 interview with The Bluegrass Situation, Osborne — one-half of Brothers Osborne — joked that he had “ulterior motives” for the collaboration.