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Charming, savvy, and a little bit rugged, Brothers Osborne’s debut boasts a perfect blend of country roots and pop appeal. Co-produced by Eric Church’s right-hand man, Jay Joyce, Pawn Shop is a wide swing through low times (“Pawn Shop,” “Dirt Rich”) and high times (“Down Home”), the comforts of home and the freedom of the open road (“Greener Pastures”). It’s topped by the GRAMMY®-nominated highlight “Stay a Little Longer,” co-written by Sam Hunt and Kacey Musgraves collaborator Shane McAnally.

Customer Reviews

Soco

Definitely a little piece of Deale, Maryland and south county - Great album fellas!

Wow

Now this is country music. Absolutely as impressed as can be. Great work!

THE BEST

These two Are the REAL (DEALE) !!!

Biography

Formed: 2011 in Nashville, TN

Genre: Country

Years Active: '10s

Nashville-based duo Brothers Osborne make earthy, passionate country-rock. Raised in Deale, Maryland, siblings John and T.J. Osborne grew up listening to their father's country and rock records. Encouraged to write and play their own music, the brothers began to practice in a shed behind their house. By their teens they had formed the cover band Deuce & a Quarter, playing songs by Lynyrd Skynyrd, Merle Haggard, Bob Seger, and others in local bars. John eventually moved to Nashville, followed two...
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