“We just wanted to give the fans some entertainment and have fun.”

By Annie Reuter

Brothers Osborne are currently on their first-ever headlining tour, and there have been a few hiccups along the way. For the second time on their The Dirt Rich Tour, a the roof at a venue they were booked in collapsed minutes before they were set to take the stage. This time it happened at the Fox Theatre in Hanford, California on Saturday (Dec. 10).

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Not wanting to cancel their concert, the GRAMMY-nominated country duo, composed of brothers John and TJ Osborne, took control of the situation. They used their bus generator for power and hosted their own show from the roof of the bus.

Minutes after the venue’s roof caved in, the Brothers told fans to meet them outside.

“When we thought about this, I totally forgot I’m afraid of heights,” joked TJ in a press release. “We just wanted to give the fans some entertainment and have as much fun as possible.”

Brothers Osborne have been nominated for a GRAMMY Award for Best Country Duo/Group Performance for their single “21 Summer.”

Watch Brothers Osborne’s 30-minute set atop their bus below.


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