Let's Go There

Album: released as a single (2013)

Songfacts®:

  • Brothers Osborne are an American Country music duo from Maryland comprising siblings John and T.J. Osborne. This is their debut single after signing to EMI Records Nashville. The song was released in late 2013; T.J. Osborne explained it is the perfect tune for the winter months. "We wrote the song in the dead of winter, and it was about getting away from the cold and going someplace, or just any place, to get out of a funk," he said. "So, going into the winter season, we thought it' d be fitting to start off with a song that we wrote in the winter."
  • The two Osborne brothers also co-penned "Buzzin'" for Kellie Pickler's The Woman I Am album.
  • Brothers Osborne should not be confused with the influential bluegrass act Osborne Brothers, who were especially popular in the late 1960s and early 1970s.

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