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There’s no question in our minds that Brothers Osborne can bring down the house. Their concerts are high energy, fun and jam-packed with some of our favorite music. It’s raising the roof that they seem to have a problem with. Literally.

For the second time in about two weeks, John and TJ have had the venue they were set to play in come crumbling down. Late in November, the duo was in concert at the beautiful and historic Egyptian Theater in Boise, Idaho, when pieces of the iconic building’s ceiling began to crumble and fall onto the stage around them. Fortunately, no one was injured.

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On Dec. 10, after the stage was set and ready for them to begin, chunks of plaster from the ceiling at the Fox Hanford historic theater in Hanford, California crashed to the stage. Again, no one was hurt, but the risk of injury if the band took the stage was imminent. But, the brothers were not too keen on the idea of having to cancel another show, so they improvised.

In an Instagram post, they shared a picture of the dusty stage and told fans to meet them at their bus. They weren’t relocating to a new venue, they were taking their show to the roof of the bus.

Obviously, they new stage gave everyone in the crowd a better vantage point, but it was also just pretty darn cool!

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And if that vantage point weren’t enough, they also shot Facebook Live video for their Facebook fans could see it as well.

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Brothers Osborne with Lucie Silvas will take their The Dirt Rich Tour to the Crystal Palace in Bakersfield, California on Dec. 13, and we’re expecting that show and the remaining stops on their tour to go on without a hitch, but we also applaud their commitment to the old saying, “the show must go on.”

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When the club breaks down take the show to the bus. (📸: @eljasg)

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Based in Nashville, Tammy is a 20-year veteran of the country music community. She has worked in marketing, PR and artist development. Follow her @TammyGooGoo and join the conversation @RareCountry
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