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Aug 18 2024

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Brothers Osborne are one of music’s most consistently adventurous bands, a duo connected by not just blood, but also a lifetime of performing together, and a shared working-class upbringing in Deale, Maryland. The reigning CMA and ACM Duo of the Year winners, John and TJ Osborne are leaders of a progressive and still classic school of country music, and the faces of the new generation of Nashville.

 

The siblings took home their first GRAMMY in 2022, winning Best Country Duo/Group Performance for their song “Younger Me,” inspired by TJ’s recent coming out. The song is featured on the deluxe version of their GRAMMY-nominated album, Skeletons. The band has been nominated for 12 GRAMMYs in total, standing as six-time CMA Vocal Duo of the Year, and are four-time ACM Duo of the Year. Overall, they have collected seven CMA awards, seven ACM trophies, and received the ASCAP Vanguard Award in 2019. Their critically acclaimed hit songs have tallied multiple RIAA Gold and Platinum certifications while surpassing more than 2.7 billion global streams.

Previously sharing the bill with Chris Stapleton, Eric Church, Little Big Town, and Miranda Lambert, Brothers Osborne’s latest headlining We’re Not For Everyone Tour hit more than 50 markets. Last fall, John Osborne produced Ashley McBryde Presents: Lindeville, and BrothersOsborne contributed the song “Play Ball.” They wrapped 2022 with a limited-edition collaboration with WhistlePig Whiskey, launching the WhistlePig PiggyBack Legends Series: Brothers Osborne Barrel. Their fourth studio album, Brothers Osborne, was released on September 15th (EMI Records Nashville), featuring the single “Nobody’s Nobody,” out now. On March 22nd, they released the Break Mine features two new songs. Keep up with Brothers Osborne and see upcoming tour dates for the Might As Well Be Us Tour at BrothersOsborne.com.

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