Brothers Osborne Bring Message Of Resilience Performing “Younger Me” At Nashville’s Tennessee State Capitol Building

Brothers Osborne performed “Younger Me” during iHeartRadio’s Can’t Cancel Pride on Friday, June 4.

For the first-time ever, the superstar country duo performed their latest single “Younger Me,” a song that is an anthem that TJ Osborne wrote about coming out. Performing live from The Tennessee State Capitol Building in Nashville, TN, the brothers made a powerful statement with their performance, bringing a message of resilience about growing up different.

Throughout their one song black and white performance, adolescent people of all races, genders and orientations were seen singing along with Osborne.

T.J. is the only openly gay country artist signed to a major country label, which marked a historic moment for genre.

The 2021 Can’t Cancel Pride benefit event also featured appearances from Bebe Rexha, Busy Phillips, Gus Kenworthy, Hayley Kiyoko, Jasmine Mans, Jennifer Hudson, JoJo Siwa, Lil Nas X, Marshmello, MJ Rodriguez, Nina West, P!NK, Ricky Martin, Regard, Troye Sivan, Dolly Parton, Elton John, Brandi Carlile, Kylie Minogue, Leslie Odom Jr., Karamo Brown and Tan France of Queer Eye, Yola, Years & Years’ Olly Alexander, Pete and Chasten Buttigieg and Tate McRae.

The 1-hour long event brought together some of the biggest names in culture and entertainment to seek inspiration from the letters in PRIDE symbolizing Power & Purpose, Respect & Relationships, Individuality & Intersectionality, Dance & Defy, and Equality & Everybody.

Co-hosted by Elvis Duran and Bebe Rexha during Pride Month, Can’t Cancel Pride aired on Friday, June 4, across iHeartRadio social media as well iHeartRadio’s and on iHeartMedia Radio Stations Nationwide and the iHeartRadio App.

The event will also be available on demand via iHeartRadio’s TikTok, YouTube, Facebook, Instagram TV pages, IHeartRadio’s and Revry throughout Pride Month until Thursday, June 30.

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