Three-time CMA Vocal Duo of the Year Brothers Osborne have canceled a series of future concert dates "due to some personal stuff," according to a representative.

“Regrettably, due to personal reasons, Brothers Osborne have to cancel several performances," their posted on the duo's official Twitter page on Monday (Sept. 16):

The Maryland natives have officially pulled out of Farm Aid 2019 in Wisconsin, which they were supposed to play Saturday (Sept. 21) alongside Willie Nelson, Luke Combs and John Mellencamp.

According to local reports, rock duo Jamestown Revival have already stepped in as a replacement for the real life-brother duo consisting of T.J. Osborne and John Osborne..

And while the duo is currently keeping quiet regarding the personal reasons that caused them to make these cancelations, Brothers Osborne's rep says that they will be back on tour with Chris Stapleton "in a couple of weeks."

The next concert on Brothers Osborne's tour schedule with Stapleton Oct. 3 in Missouri as part of Stapleton’s All American Road Show Tour.

The show cancelations come at a busy time for Brothers Osborne, who will digitally release their new album Live at the Ryman on Oct. 11. The album will highlight their recent three-night run at the legendary venue and will include hits like “Stay a Little Longer" and "It Ain’t My Fault," as well as fan favorites “Weed, Whiskey and Willie” and “Love the Lonely Out of You.”

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