Brothers Osborne

With the rise of duo’s in country music like The Swon Brothers, Florida Georgia Line and Love & Theft, the Brothers Osborne could be coming in at the right time. From learning how to sing and write from their father at a young age to eventually starting a family band with their father and getting a little taste of what it’s like to perform live, John and TJ Osborne have gathered a ton of knowledge and experience; something needed along the way down the road to success.

John Osborne decided to make the first move to Nashville as a guitar player playing in other bands. TJ, then, would follow his brother shortly thereafter. Once TJ made Nashville his main residence, the two of them decided to bring back that family “mojo” they once had and got them interested in music in the first place. They accomplished this by starting the Brothers Osborne. The two got to work collaborating and making as many writer rounds as possible which awarded them some important attention. Warner Chappel/King Pen Music offered the brothers a publishing deal. Then, the Brothers Osborne would follow the publishing deal up with being signed as a recording artist by Capitol Records one year later.

The two are currently working hard and putting the finishing touches on their upcoming debut album. They currently have their single “Rum” being played on Sirius XM’s The Highway and they can be seen this year on Eric Church‘s The Outsiders Tour. I am definitely a fan of this duo and thought I’d share them with you. They make some real-feel-good music and I think you’ll agree. Check out their acoustic performance of “Rum” below.

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