Brothers Osborne Rock Out With ‘I’m Not For Everyone’ at the 2021 ACM Awards

John Osborne, T.J. Osborne
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John Osborne and T.J. Osborne of Brothers Osborne perform onstage at the 56th Academy of Country Music Awards at the Ryman Auditorium on April 18, 2021 in Nashville.

Six months after delivering their acclaimed third studio album Skeletons, Brothers Osborne brought one of its brightest gems, “I’m Not For Everyone,” to the 2021 ACM Awards on Sunday night (Apr. 18).

Backed by a six-piece band, T.J. and John Osborne rocked the Ryman Auditorium during an ACMs ceremony that bounced around Nashville. Their rendition of “I’m Not For Everyone” was no-frills and sumptuous, with T.J. swaggering through the first verse and his brother scooping up the second.

The performance of “I’m Not For Everyone” comes days after Brothers Osborne released their affecting new single, “Younger Me,” in which T.J. addresses his younger self after recently coming out as gay. Released last October, Skeletons is nominated for album of the year at this year’s ACMs ceremony.

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