Brothers Osborne brought their own festival of lights, and sound, as they rocked out at Riverside’s Municipal Auditorium on Wednesday night (Dec. 14), part of the Dirt Rich Tour.
The bros gave Southern California a true taste of their traditional country sound, with a steady blend of rock undertones. Performing an array of songs from their new album Pawn Shop, T.J. belted out “American Crazy,” “Rum” and “Down Home,” while John displayed his astounding guitar playing skills.
The reigning CMA Vocal Duo of the Year also showed off their ability to cover songs from some of country music’s biggest names such as Dixie Chicks “Goodbye Earl,” Willie Nelson’s “Whiskey River” and John Denver’s “Take Me Home, Country Roads.”
Crowd favorites like “21 Summer” and “Stay A Little Longer” were arguably sung the loudest inside of the packed house, and thankfully, the roof of the auditorium stayed in tact throughout the whole show, unlike some recent Brothers Osborne shows.
It truly was a family affair as Lucie Silvas, the wife of John Osborne, opened up the show with a variety of tunes, including her infectious ballad, “Letters To Ghosts.”
Between Brothers Osborne, Lucie Silvas and the amount of talent surrounding them on stage, Riverside was alive with music Wednesday night.
Heart Shaped Locket
Goodbye Earl (Dixie Chicks cover)
Whiskey River (Willie Nelson cover)
Love the Lonely Out of You
Atlantic City (Bruce Springsteen cover)
Take Me Home, Country Roads (John Denver cover)
Stay A Little Longer
It’ Ain’t My Fault
Shoot From the Hip
The Fireman (George Strait cover)
Free Bird (Lynyrd Skynyrd cover)
Happy Birthday to You (Patty and Mildred J. Hill cover)
Loving Me Back (with Lucie Silvas)
Proud Mary (Creedence Clearwater Revival cover) (with Lucie Silvas)