T.J. Osborne Named A Grand Marshal Of Nashville Pride Parade

Singer-songwriter, Grammy winner and producer T.J. Osborne has been named a Grand Marshal of the Nashville Pride Parade.

Comedian and actor Leslie Jordan and community leaders Greg Cason and Alberta Hardison will join Osborne to lead the 2022 parade.

This year’s Nashville Pride Parade, which will kick off Nashville’s Pride weekend celebrations, is scheduled to start on Lower Broadway on June 25 at 10 a.m.

One-half of the award-winning country duo Brothers Osborne, T.J. Osborne is a native of Deale, Maryland. He, alongside his brother John has earned 5 CMA and 6 ACM awards, 10 Grammy nominations, plus multiple RIAA GOLD and PLATINUM certifications.

Known for his distinct lead vocals set to the pair’s ferocious country-rock sound, T.J. publicly came out as gay in February 2021, making him the only openly gay artist signed to a major country label.

His story inspired the duo’s Grammy-award-winning song, “Younger Me,” featured on their latest studio release, Skeletons Deluxe.

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