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Maryland duo Brothers Osborne win two ACM Awards

Anne Arundel County country duo Brothers Osborne continued their run of success by taking home two Academy of Country Music Awards on Sunday.

John and TJ Osborne, who hail from Deale and now live in Nashville, Tenn., won awards for vocal duo of the year and new vocal duo or group of the year. Their star has been on the rise since releasing the hit single "Stay a Little Longer” in late 2015, and their debut album, “Pawn Shop,” months later.

Brothers Osborne won a Country Music Association Award in November, and earned a Grammy nomination for best country duo/group performance.

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In addition to their two wins, Brothers Osborne also performed during the ACM Awards ceremony in Las Vegas. Jason Aldean took home the night’s biggest award, winning entertainer of the year.

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