Brothers Osborne

Formed in 2012 in Nashville Tennessee, Brothers Osborne is a Grammy-winning country duo featuring brothers TJ (born 1984) and John Osborne (born 1982). The siblings were raised in the small coastal town of Deale, Maryland, and both independently headed to Nashville to pursue their own music careers in the mid-2000s. The Osbornes reunited in 2012, landed a deal with EMI Nashville, and released their first single as a duo, "Let's Go There," in 2013. Their bluesy, good-time ballad "Rum" brought the band more attention, and their breakthrough 2015 single "Stay a Little Longer" reached Number 4 in the Country Charts and was nominated for a Grammy Award. Released the following year, the band's debut album Pawn Shop captured their rootsy, down-to-earth, country rock style and broke into the Billboard Top 20. They also toured in support of former Hootie & the Blowfish frontman Darius Rucker and guested on David Nail's single "Good at Tonight" before returning with stomping, roots rock single "It Aint My Fault" and their second album "Port Saint Joe" in 2018. The band dialed down the country for their driving, rock-orientated third album Skeletons, which dropped in 2020. On February 3, 2021, TJ Osborne came out as gay, making him the first openly gay man signed to a major country music label. "Younger Me" won a Grammy Award for "Best Country Duo/Group Performance" in 2022, and the duo returned in 2023 with the self-titled Brothers Osborne, which reached number 28 on the Top Country Albums chart.

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