Halloween came early for Brothers Osborne. During a show in Minnesota on Oct. 26, the duo noticed a young fan dressed up as brother John Osborne in the crowd — and he's really the spitting image.

Naturally, they invited him to the stage.

Gregory Ross is a young YouTube personality who put on a fake beard, plaid shirt, jeans and John's signature hat for the St. Paul show, and it got him noticed. The duo invited him onstage and took a few photos with him, later sharing them on Twitter and praising him for being so clever.

"This kid's going places," Bros write alongside the pictures of Ross stealing the spotlight.

Brothers Osborne recently wrapped the 2018 Mountain High Tour with Dierks Bentley, which earned them new rides. The headliner surprised the duo and fellow tourmates Lanco with new jet skis as an end-of-tour gift.

The duo still have several headlining tour dates on the books to round out 2018, supporting their Port Saint Joe album. They will head overseas later this month before the run wraps on Dec. 2. Port Saint Joe was released in April 2018 and has produced two singles thus far: "Shoot Me Straight" and "I Don't Remember Me (Before You)."

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