Anne Arundel County natives Brothers Osborne earn Grammy nomination

Meredith Newman
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Rising country stars and Anne Arundel County natives Brothers Osborne received another Grammy nomination

Rising country stars and Anne Arundel County natives Brothers Osborne received a Grammy nomination Tuesday morning in the Best Country Duo/Group Performance category.

T.J. and John Osborne were nominated for their song "21." The other duos nominated for the category were: Dierks Bentley featuring Elle King for "Different For Girls," Kenny Chesney and P!nk for "Setting the World On Fire," Pentatonix featuring Dolly Parton for "Jolene" and Chris Young with Cassadee Pope for "Think of You.

The Osbornes also were nominated last year in the same category for their song "Stay A Little Longer," but did not win.

The brothers grew up in the small town of Deale, located on the Atlantic seaboard. The Osborne family frequently hand "all-night jam sessions" were they played the music of Bob Seger, Hank Williams, Tom Petty and George Jones, according to the groups website.

They recently became famous for hit songs like "Stay A Little Longer" and "Rum" on their debut album "Pawn Shop." T.J. is the lead sing and John, the older brother, is the lead guitarist.

In early November, Brothers Osborne won the CMA Award for Duo of the Year.

The duo is currently on tour throughout the U.S. and parts of Europe. To buy tickets for an upcoming show, go to www.brothersosborne.com/

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