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The Brothers Osborne will occasionally take to social media to speak their minds on political matters. And in such a divisive era, there’s a chance they can lose some fans by sharing their views.

TJ shared exclusively with us, “A lot of times we do try to honestly stay out of the way with that because a lot of people listen to music to forget about all that noise. But sometimes there are moments of it’s not an issue of left or right, it’s right or wrong and there’s sometimes where we just can’t take it anymore and I feel like it’s a disservice to humanity for me to sit here and be quiet. Ultimately, that is a true sell-out, in my opinion, is to have this ability and then to put it to waste.”

He continued, “We are aware that we only really stand something to lose, but we’re trying to speak up for maybe somebody that doesn’t have a voice and needs one.”

The guys, who are up for three CMA Awards this year including Vocal Duo of the Year, are releasing their Live At The Ryman album on Friday (10/11).