Brothers Osborne's John Osborne 'Considered Quitting Music' Amid Mental Health Crisis: Watch

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John Osborne, left, and T.J. Osborne of Brothers Osborne attend the 53rd Academy of Country Music Awards on April 15, 2018 in Las Vegas.

John and T.J. Osborne, known as the country music duo Brothers Osborne, are opening up about their personal lives and career struggles.

In a preview of their upcoming interview on CBS Sunday Morning, the "I'm Not For Everyone" singers revealed that John, 38, experienced a mental health crisis in 2019 while working on the group's third album, Skeletons.

"I remember calling our manager at the time," John said. "And I told him, I'm like, I mean, 'We can't go into the studio. I don't know what's wrong with me -- I don't know why I'm not happy. I'm depressed. My anxiety is through the roof. I can't sleep. My ears are ringing.'"

He added, "I was very reluctant to say anything. We grew up in a culture where if you fell over and skinned your knee, you just get up, don't cry and walk it off. There comes a point in your life where you can't do that anymore and you need to stop and sort your s--- out."

T.J. noted that he was concerned about his brother's well-being at the time.

"I remember we were on stage and I could just look at him and tell he did not wanna be there. And that's when I was like, 'Wow, like, we need to go home now,'" the 36-year-old said, adding that Brothers Osborne canceled live dates as a result.

John eventually received the help he needed, but said that he contemplated leaving his music career behind.

"With a lot of therapy, a lot of self-help, a lot of love from my friends and family -- I was able to kinda get to a better place so we can finish the album," he said. "This is the God's honest truth, going into this record, I considered quitting music ... which is something I never in my life thought I would want to do."

During the interview, which airs April 18 at 9 a.m. ET, T.J. also touched on coming out as a gay earlier this year.

"Once I finally made the decision to do what I was going to do, I felt very sure in that," the musician said. "But it's just really the fear of the unknown. ... Do we lose fans?"

T.J. said he's received strong support since making the announcement. "I've had an incredible amount of support," he said. "And there's been some people saying some off-color things to me. But it was a lot, a lot less than I expected."

Watch a preview of Brothers Osborne's appearance on CBS Sunday Morning below.

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