Brothers Osborne Bring Down the House in Boise

Dirt Rich Tour Wraps Dec. 1 in Seattle

It’s a live concert moment that the CMA’s reigning vocal duo of the year Brothers Osborne will never live down. And it happened on Sunday (Nov. 27) when they brought the Dirt Rich tour to the historic Egyptian Theatre in Boise, Idaho.

John and TJ Osborne were in the middle of a chorus on their first No. 1 “Stay a Little Longer” when parts of the ceiling started to crumble and fall onstage.

Fortunately, no one got knocked on the head.


Restored in 1999, the Egyptian Theatre originally opened as a single-screen cinema in April, 1927 with Don Juan and is considered one of the city’s most historic landmarks.

Brothers Osborne’s final shows of the year are two nights in Vancouver, British Columbia, starting Tuesday (Nov. 29) with a closing date on Thursday (Dec. 1) in Seattle.

Lauren Tingle is a Tennessean and storyteller who eats music for breakfast, lunch and dinner. When she’s not writing or rocking out, she enjoys yoga and getting lost in the great outdoors.