The Brothers Osborne snuck onto the country music scene in 2013 with the release of their first single "Let's Go There." Since then, they haven't been shy about making music, releasing a self-titled EP and two studio albums, Pawn Shop and Port St. Joe. Their first seven singles have charted on the US Country and US Country Airplay charts with "Stay a Little Longer" peaking at No. 2 and certifying platinum. Described as authentic and raw, the Brothers Osborne's musical style is a combination of neotraditional country, outlaw country and southern rock.
What's in a Name?
As you might have figured, the founding members, John and T.J., are brothers, but the name connection between the two runs deeper than that. John Thomas Osborne is named after his father. Their mother went into labor with T.J. when she and their father were heavily entrenched in a Philadelphia Eagles and Washington Redskins game. They still hadn't picked out a name for the baby. Under pressure, their mother said "Let's just call him Thomas John Osborne." Thus, the Brothers Osborne are John Thomas and Thomas John or "T.J."
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What awards have the Brothers Osborne won?
The brothers won the Country Music Association Award for the Vocal Duo of the Year for three consecutive years in 2016, 2017 and 2018. They also won the Country Music Association Award for Music Video of the Year for "It Ain't My Fault" in 2017. Additionally, they were nominated for three Grammy Awards for Best Country Duo/Group Performance for "Stay a Little Longer" in 2016, for "21 Summer" in 2017 and for "It Ain't My Fault" in 2018.
Who are the members of the Brothers Osborne?
Alongside T.J. on lead vocals and John on guitars and background vocals, the Brothers Osborne band consists of Adam Box on drums and percussion, Pete Stemberg on bass guitar, Billy Justineau on keyboards and Jason Graumlich on guitar, mandolin, percussion and background vocals.
You will hear all your favorites from Brothers Osborne albums as well as some lesser-known singles and a cover or two. Some songs from their setlist include "Stay a Little Longer," "21 Summer," "It Ain't my Fault," "Shoot me Straight," "Drank Like Hank," "Rum," "Tequila Again," "Weed, Whiskey and Willie," "Pushing Up Daisies" and "Greener Pastures." You might catch them performing a few cover songs like Brooks & Dunn's "Hard Workin' Man" and "Burning Man," a collaboration with Dierks Bentley.
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