Brothers Osborne are one of the most genuine acts in contemporary country. Born in Maryland, brothers T.J. and John Osborne played in a local band called Deuce and a Quarter before moving to Nashville to pursue their music in earnest. They first signed a publishing deal with Warner Chappell Music, followed by a record deal with EMI, releasing their debut self-titled EP in 2014. Their debut single, "Let's Go There," barely made the Top 40, while its follow-up, "Rum," fared slightly better. They broke through to commercial success with their third single, "Stay a Little Longer," which reached the Top 5. They released their debut album, Pawn Shop, in 2016, and earned a Grammy nomination at the 50th annual Grammy Awards.
- Formed: Mid-2000s in Nashville, Tenn.
- Top Songs: “Stay a Little Longer”
- Did You Know? There are two different studio versions of “Stay a Little Longer.”
- Further Reading: Brothers Osborne Guitarist John Osborne Steps Forward by Stepping Away