Brothers Osborne Featured In New Frye ‘Hometown Pride’ Campaign

John and TJ Osborne, aka Brothers Osborne, have been tapped by Frye for the American footwear company’s new Hometown Pride Campaign. “Frye is a company deeply rooted in our country’s history. Not to mention the undeniable style and quality.” – Brothers Osborne

The partnership includes in-store activations such as exclusive “first listen” events for Brothers Osborne’s new music, giving fans a chance to preview the band’s sophomore album, Port Saint Joe. Vinyl copies of the album will be sold in select FRYE stores starting April 20th. Together Brothers Osborne and FRYE will host a sweepstakes to win a trip to New York, meet and greet with the band and VIP tickets to their Mountain High Tour with Dierks Bentley. Brothers Osborne fans can learn more about their upcoming album at Portsaintjoe.brothersosborne.com

The new campaign highlights local talent and underscores FRYE’s deep music roots through a celebration of Nashville’s flourishing scene. Hometown Pride, photographed by Gregory Harris, reveals candid images of Brothers Osborne, reflecting the authentic style and personality of the Nashville-based duo.

Two sons from a working-class family, John and TJ Osborne grew up in a small-town writing and playing songs for friends and family. Similar to John A. Frye’s longstanding tradition of building community and finely crafting unique product, Brothers Osborne precisely craft their music to create an identifiable sound all their own, resonating with Nashville fans and beyond. The Brothers have won back-to-back CMA Awards for “Vocal Duo of the Year”, in addition to “Music Video of the Year” for their top-10 Grammy-nominated single, “It Ain’t My Fault”. They also stand as the reigning ACM “Vocal Duo of the Year.”