Brothers Osborne, Runaway June, Chuck Wicks & Todd O’Neill Win the Crowd at the 2017 Nash Country Kick-Off Party [Photo Gallery & Video]

Brothers Osborne, Runaway June, Chuck Wicks & Todd O’Neill Win the Crowd at the 2017 Nash Country Kick-Off Party [Photo Gallery & Video]

There’s a reason T.J. and John Osborne of the Brothers Osborne are the reigning ACM and CMA Vocal Duo of the Year. They know how to put on a show. And that’s exactly what the Bros did at the Cannery Ballroom on Tuesday night (June 6) as they headlined the 2017 Nash Country Kick-Off Party, which was sponsored by Nash FM 103.3, Roper, Coca-Cola, Walmart, Sprint, Popchips and George Dickel.

But before T.J. and John started kicking, 2016 Nash Next champion Todd O’Neill had the honor of officially kicking off the night’s festivities, covering Bob Seger’s “Night Moves” and performing his current single, “Love Again,” among others.

Chuck Wicks, who also emceed the event, took the stage next and belted out a few of his crowd-pleasers, including “Stealing Cinderella” and “Whole Damn Thing,” before trio Runaway June—Naomi Cook, Hannah Mulholland and Jennifer Wayne—heated up the venue with “Wild West” and “Lipstick.”

The Brothers brought it home from there. In addition to playing a number of selections from their catalog, including “21 Summer,” “Stay a Little Longer” and their current single, “It Ain’t My Fault,” T.J. and John sampled a couple of new songs from their upcoming record, including a tune they co-wrote with Travis Meadows, which you can hear below.

All proceeds from the Nash Country Kick-Off Party benefit Musicians on Call, an organization that brings live and recorded music to the bedsides of patients in healthcare facilities.

Check out a photo gallery of the event, as well as the Brothers’ new song.

photos by Jim Casey and Jason Simanek

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Garth Brooks – One of the 5 Honorees for Kennedy Center Honors 2021

Garth Brooks – One of the 5 Honorees for Kennedy Center Honors 2021

Congrats to Garth Brooks — he’s been named as one of the honorees for the 43rd Kennedy Center Honors. Along with Garth, the lifetime achievements of Debbie AllenJoan BaezMidori and Dick Van Dyke will be celebrated. When he learned of the honor, Garth shared, “I’m humble. I’m proud. I’m all the good things.”

The Kennedy Center Honors will air June 6 at 9 p.m. ET on CBS.

Photo Credit: Becky Fluke