Heavily influenced by Ernest Tubb, Earl Scruggs and the country and folk music their music enthusiast father raised them on, Bobby and Sonny began their careers quickly and became stalwarts for bluegrass music in its more difficult years. Due to a knack for innovations, the Osbornes had a tendency to alienate bluegrass purists at every point in their career.
Bluegrass Concerto, recorded in 1979 for CMH, is no exception. Consisting largely of originals penned by Bobby, this instrumental release allowed the Osbornes to explore some of their more exploratory musical ideas while boasting their always excellent musicianship. This record is testament to the fact that these brothers never stopped pushing the music forward any way they could, and it’s been remastered and is now available digitally for the first time.
After the music video release of "Nothing Else Matters" BraveWords talks about the similarities of bluegrass and metal and highlights the band's history and eclectic tribute albums. See the video ...Read more
October 14th, 2023 marks the 20th anniversary of CMH Records first collaboration with Iron Horse. To celebrate the band put together a music video for Nothing else matters and if you act fast you c...Read more
Bluegrass Today reports on our recently remastered classics: Songs that made the Juke Box Play by Mac Wiseman and the Don Reno Story, featuring Bill Harrell and The Tennessee Cut-ups. https://blueg...Read more