Brothers Osborne Make Grand Ole Opry Debut

Pictured (L-R): Steve Buchanan, Opry Entertainment Group President; TJ Osborne; John Osborne; Pete Fisher, Grand Ole Opry VP/GM. Photo: Rachael Black for the Grand Ole Opry

Pictured (L-R): Steve Buchanan, Opry Entertainment Group President; TJ Osborne; John Osborne; Pete Fisher, Grand Ole Opry VP/GM. Photo: Rachael Black for the Grand Ole Opry

EMI Nashville’s Brothers Osborne made their debut performance at the Grand Ole Opry on Tuesday night (April 19).

They performed their brand new single, “21 Summer,” and the gold-certified, Grammy-nominated No.1 hit, “Stay A Little Longer,” both from their debut album, Pawn Shop.

“We fulfilled a lifelong dream last night,” TJ Osborne said. “Standing in that circle as many have done before was one of the highest honors we’ve ever been given.” John Osborne noted, “You could almost feel the ghosts resonating out of the oak. We will never take that night for granted.”

The Maryland natives will next perform at Jazzfest in New Orleans before hitting the road as part of Miranda Lambert’s Keeper Of The Flame Tour.

Upcoming appearances include Florida Country Superfest in Daytona and Dylan Fest at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville.

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