Brothers Osborne scored their very first No. 1 single with “Stay a Little Longer” this week. The sibling duo wrote the RIAA Gold-certified single “Stay A Little Longer” with good friend Shane McAnally.

“It’s crazy. Honestly, it’s beyond surreal,” says TJ Osborne. “It’s hard for me to describe it really. I just feel really just more grateful than anything.”  John Osborne agrees. “Yeah, it’s hard to explain because we spend so much time working and playing and performing and writing that we kind of lose perspective sometimes as to like actually progress is being made. And for this to happen for us, especially at this point in our careers, is one of the highest honors that we could ever ask for, and it’s definitely something that we’ll never forget for the rest of our lives.”

The hit single, which is nominated for Best Country Duo/Group Performance at next month’s GRAMMY Awards, is featured on their debut album Pawn Shop which debuted at No.3 on Billboard’s Country Albums Chart and No.10 on the Billboard Top Albums Chart. Pawn Shop continues to garner critical acclaim with Rolling Stone calling it “one of the best rock records in a long while.” Produced by Jay Joyce (Eric Church, Little Big Town), Newsday gives the album an A- and SPIN notes the “lyrical thoughtfulness, character of the production, and the sheer quality of the playing are all exemplary.”

Brothers Osborne recently made their national TV debut on NBC’s “Late Night with Seth Meyers” and “TODAY.” They are currently touring with Jon Pardi on the All Time High Tour and will join Miranda Lambert in addition to Kip Moore as part of the Keeper Of The Flame Tour this summer. For a full list of tour dates, news, images and more, visit