Brothers Osborne earns the No.1 most added song at Country radio this week with their new single “Stay A Little Longer”. The tune, which centers on trying to play it cool in a potential relationship, was co-written by John Osborne (guitar) and TJ Osborne (vocals/guitar) with their good friend Shane McAnally several years ago. However, the brothers recently went back in the studio to record an updated version with producer Jay Joyce (Eric Church, Little Big Town).
“It’s been a while and we’ve grown as a band since then” Says John. “We went back and rerecorded it in the way that we sound now. It’s quite the same but there’s definitely a few more flavors involved.”
Touring with the likes of Eric Church and Darius Rucker, the song has built a cult following:
“it’s been one of the best songs that we play live” Says TJ.
The singer/songwriter siblings were recently nominated for 2015 ACM Vocal Duo of the Year and have been featured on several “One’s to Watch” lists including Rolling Stone, Billboard, Paste, Country Weekly, Nashville Lifestyles and Spotify. From a working class family, their blue-collar rural Maryland upbringing still informs the unique style of music they make. Equal parts country and rock, Brothers Osborne has one of the most distinguishable sounds to come out of Nashville in recent years.
John and TJ Osborne will next join Darius Rucker on his Southern Style Tour kicking off on May 14th in Holmdel, N.J. Brothers Osborne’s debut album is set to be released later this year.