Recently, Chris Stapleton announced he would be unable to perform at the upcoming 2017 CMA Music Festival. To fill the noticeable void left by the country singer, the CMA has revealed three new acts taking on the big stage, one of which being Brothers Osborne who are taking over Stapleton's slot on Sunday at 9:30 p.m./CT.
Artist: Brothers Osborne. Photo: Frazer Harrison, Getty Images
Winners of CMA's Vocal Duo of the Year award, the brothers are perfect fits to take over for Stapleton, who they have also been touring with on his current All-American Road Show Tour. Brothers Osborne, Dustin Lynch and Old Dominion join Luke Bryan, Miranda Lambert, Eric Church, Kenny Rogers and Darius Rucker on the festival's main stage, the massive football stadium on the east bank of the Cumberland River that will serve as the festival's nightly centerpiece.
The 2017 CMA Music Festival begins Thursday, June 8, in Nashville, and runs through Sunday, June 11, with country fans from around the world traveling to Music City for four days of music and fun.