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Why see Brothers Osborne?

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Heartland country rockers The Brothers Osborne were born and raised in Maryland on their father's rich record collection, which influenced nightly jam sessions to the sounds of Bob Seger, Tom Petty, and Hank Williams. Relocating to Nashville, it wasn't long before the dynamic duo was picked up by Warner and climbing the charts with debut, platinum-certified singles 'Stay A Little Longer' and 'Rum', releasing their critically acclaimed debut album 'Pawn Shop' in 2016. The Grammy winners dropped their Sophomore effort 'Port Saint Joe' in early 2018. They are hitting the road in 2024 on the 'Might As Well Be Us' tour with support from Zach Top, Jackson Dean, Caylee Hammack, The Cadillac Three, and Madeline Edwards.

Fusing the gravel-toned deepness of T.J Osborne's sonorous vocal timbre and John Osborne's steely sliding guitar licks, the brothers have earned much praise for turning their electrifying on-record-sound into soulful, charismatic live performances. Having shared the stage with the likes of Little Big Town, Dierks Bentley, Miranda Lambert and Eric Church, they're well on their way to becoming veteran performers who know how to whip up the crowd with their bluesy, swinging, Southern-fried songs. Chronicling whiskey-drenched reveries from the rural American climes, their harmonies and lyrics form a social commentary that touches on a range of issues from gun violence to racial injustice. 

Key Information


Finished Jun 27


Grammy Awards 2022
Best country duo/group performance


Customer reviews

6 reviews, average rating: (4.2 Stars)


Brothers Osborne

Michigan Lottery Ampitheater Saturday June 15. Opening act Stephen Wilson Jr. was very good. Brothers Osborne delivered a strong performance, great set list. John is always a beast on lead guitar and did a great job on vocals. T.J. seems to be better on vocals each time I see them and has stepped up his guitar playing. ... Read more

Aubrey Dana


I knew the show would be good, but not THAT good. The sound was killer, even better that the studio versions, and the performances, light show, pro - all exceptional. This ain’t your typical “country” act. Not lap steel player in sight. Place, I’m sure, was filled with guitar players there to check out John in person and, man, did he deliver. Not a bum note the entire set (and I was listening). And TJ was fantastic as well, sang brilliantly. They played all the songs on my Spotify playlist (I think I f-ed up the algorithm by over-listening). My only gripe was that it didn’t go on for another 2 hours. Hope they come to OC where the serious country fans live so I don’t have to trek to LA next time. ... Read more

William charschan

Wow. Wow wow

I loved this band for a few years now and really looked forward to seeing them live. I was in the handicapped section in the second row the band was tight and the guitar solos were spot on. Bring a guitar player I really appreciated seeing him play up close. The sound at pier 17 was loud enough with a clean mix that sounded like a high fidelity system even up front. Again wow. See them live and be satisfied. Even the opening band was great ... Read more


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