Brothers Osborne triumph over sound issues during Bears-Lions Thanksgiving game
If you try, try and try again, you might be able to play your song, if you’re Brothers Osborne.
The duo played the halftime show of the Chicago Bears at Detroit Lions Thanksgiving game, but not without issues.
The real-life brothers had the power cut out on them within seconds of their first attempt to play during the NFL broadcast on FOX. The second was also unsuccessful. But third time was turkey time, as the power stayed on and they were able to perform.
— Jason Toner (@jaytoner) November 28, 2019
But the little-engine-that-eventually-could halftime show was of course met with jokes from Twitter.
Hey @brothersosborne we promise to have power when you guys play at GABP on July 24!
— Cincinnati Reds (@Reds) November 28, 2019
I mean I understood why Beyonce killed the power in the Superbowl but THE BROTHERS OSBORNE???
— Randy Havens (@MrRandyHavens) November 28, 2019
My apologies to @brothersosborne. As soon as I plugged in my electric turkey fryer the breaker tripped and caused a power outage in my house and in Detroit. You all handled it like champs boys!! #HappyThanksgiving #Lions #Bears #NFL
— Eddie (@ProducerEddie) November 28, 2019
Whoever pulled the plug on Brothers Osborne is the real MVP #NFLThanksgiving
— Shawn Wiseheart (@ShawnWiseheart) November 28, 2019
Zach Brendza is a Tribune-Review digital producer. You can contact Zach at 724-850-1288, [email protected] or via Twitter .