NPR Music First Listen: Brothers Osborne’s ‘Port Saint Joe’ Streaming Is Available Now

Brothers Osborne will release their sophomore album “Port Saint Joe” on April 20th via EMI Records Nashville, and it is streaming now in its entirety via NPR First Listen, who call the record “an excellent Southern rock and roll jam, with soul flourishes, vocal cadences that show an awareness of hip-hop, and a blues underbelly.”

Listen to “Port Saint Joe” via NPR First Listen here.

Brothers John and TJ Osborne co-wrote every track on “Port Saint Joe”, which was produced by Jay Joyce (Eric Church, Little Big Town), along with frequent collaborators Lee Thomas Miller, Kendell Marvel, Barry Dean, Shane McAnally, Troy Verges and more.  The title, “Port Saint Joe”, reflects the small town on the Florida coast where the real-life siblings recorded the album.

“Port Saint Joe” is a sonic representation of who we’ve become not only as a band but as people,” says John Osborne. “Every show we’ve ever played together is on this record. Every song we’ve ever written and every mile we’ve ever ridden has led to the making of this record. Imperfections and all.”

Brothers Osborne have been nominated for two 2018 ACM Awards for “Vocal Duo Of The Year” And “Video Of The Year,” the latter for their video “It Ain’t My Fault.”  The ACM Awards will broadcast live from The MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas on April 15th at 7 p.m. CT on CBS.

“Port Saint Joe” Track Listing:

  1. Slow Your Roll
  2. Shoot Me Straight
  3. I Don’t Remember Me (Before You)
  4. Weed, Whiskey and Willie
  5. Tequila Again
  6. A Couple Wrongs Makin’ It Alright
  7. Pushing Up Daisies (Love Alive)
  8. Drank Like Hank
  9. A Little Bit Trouble
  10. While You Still Can

To learn more about the making of “Port Saint Joe”, click here

The band will also perform throughout 2018 in the United States and the UK, and tickets for all dates are on sale here.


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