“Too Old To Die Young”
RECORD LABEL:Turnberry Records
“Too Old to Die Young” was originally recorded by Moe Bandy and reached #6 on the charts in 1987. Bobby Osborne, with help from C.J. Lewandowski, covers it like no one else can. It’s about the inevitability of death, but the desire to live a long and fulfilling life. Poetically, Osborne passed away shortly after recording this track. It is set to be released on his birthday as a tribute to the country bluegrass legend.
KEY SELLING POINTS
- Bobby Osborne (1931-2023) was an American bluegrass musician and 7X GRAMMY nominee.
- Best known as the co-founder of the Osborne Brothers and the singer of the classic song "Rocky Top."
- He was a member of the Grand Ole Opry for 58 years and the International Bluegrass Music Hall of Fame.
- His innovative vocal and instrumental work helped to shape the sound of bluegrass music.