The Brothers Osborne are definitely a good time and they proved that for a 5-minute set during the 51st Annual CMA Awards that everyone from Keith Urban to Trisha Yearwood stompin’ their feet and clapping their hands.
The Brothers got everyone out their seats starting with their own good time hit, “It Ain’t My Fault,” before moving into the hit, “Tulsa Time,” which topped the charts for the late Don Williams in 1978.
It was definitely the rowdiest performance of the evening and that could be because the guys walked away with trophies for Best Music Video and Vocal Duo of the Year.
16 Country Music Stars Absolutely Jammin’ to Brothers Osborne During the 51st Annual CMA Awards:
1. Keith Urban
Keith is country music’s best jammer. He could probably groove to anything.
2. Dierks Bentley
When TJ Osborne tells you to “come on!” You come on!
3/4. Kelsea Ballerini and Morgan Evans
Actually, I think Morgan likes it more than Kelsea.
5/6. Karlie Kloss and Bobby Bones
Karlie is into, but Bobby is really into it.
Reba is Reba.
8. Darius Rucker
Yes! Darius loves it, but he’s not going to put his drink down for it.
9. Sam Hunt
You know Sam can groove.
10. Little Big Town
Jimi Westbrook is the second best groover– after Keith Urban.
Just Keith Urban again.
11/12. Miranda Lambert and Trisha Yearwood
An unlikely pairing, but both ladies were lovin’ it.
13. Lady Antebellum
Charles Kelley is up there with Jimi and Keith. He can do some pretty good seat groovin’.
14. Eddie Montgomery
So nice to see Eddie enjoying himself.
15/16. Tracy Lawrence and Kellie Pickler
And now, Dierks is really lost in the groove.