Brothers Osborne kept the energy going at the 2017 CMA Awards with a performance of their fiery hit single, "It Ain't My Fault."

It wasn't long before the crowd of thousands was on its feet, rocking out to the upbeat song. The duo clearly has a fan in Keith Urban, who was one of the first to his feet, jamming to the song from his seat along with Dierks Bentley, Kelsea Ballerini, Bobby Bones and more singing along in the audience. John Osborne showed off his impressive guitar skills, while brother T.J. took lead on vocals. Sam Hunt, Darius Rucker and more happily obliged when the duo prompted everyone to put their hands up and clap along.

The singers received even more approval from the crowd when they launched into a surprise tribute to the late Don Williams with a strong performance of "Tulsa Time," with Bentley, Eddie Montgomery, Charles Kelley, Chris StapletonThomas Rhett  and more all singing along to the classic country song with smiles on their faces.

Brothers Osborne scored one of the first wins of the day when the video for "It Ain't My Fault" was announced as the winner of Music Video of the Year, beating out Urban's "Blue Ain't Your Color," Little Big Town's "Better Man," "Craving You" from Rhett and Maren Morris and Miranda Lambert's "Vice." They also took home Vocal Duo of the Year.

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