Brothers Osborne are some of the most straight truthful guys around. They weighed in on controversial topic of kneeling during the anthem.
JT of the band said:
“A lot of people are misguided as to what it means and I think some see it as disrespectful to the troops, which I can understand that and if anyone were to do that, obviously I would not agree with that. But if anyone is taking a knee to bring awareness to inequality then I support that.”
John of the band said:
“We should look up to them [athletes] for their abilities to play sports. We shouldn’t get all uptight when they say or do something.”
JT has been battling tonsillitis and luckily he’s able to get on stage tonight and perform. The guys said they were so bummed to cancel a concert, because they will play in pretty much any situation. They’ve literally played when the roof was crumbling.
Their current hit “It Ain’t My Fault” should be the anthem for Las Vegas and this weekend. The brothers admitted that they regularly blame other people for their mistakes. “The sign of a professional musician is if you hit a bad note you look over at the other musician. You’re deflecting.”
Take a listen to Brothers Osborne’s full interview: