Album Review: @LittleBigTown Cure All with “Pain Killer”

Album Review: @LittleBigTown Cure All with “Pain Killer”

Dear Little Big Town, I need to admit it: I officially have a full blown “Girl Crush” on you. It’s been something that’s been growing ever since the first time I saw you as the opening act for Sugarland in New York City back in 2007. I already knew a few of your songs at that time, but it was then that the crush began. With your unparalleled harmonies and infectious stage presence, I’d marry all four of...

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.@LittleBigTown Receives @Opry Surprise Invitation from @Reba

[email protected]eBigTown Receives @Opry Surprise Invitation from @Reba

It has been over 15 years since Little Big Town first appeared at the Grand Ole Opry, making their first ever performance as a group on that iconic stage May 21, 1999. Last night, during the Friday Opry show, the foursome received the ultimate invitation on that very same stage. They also received it via a very unexpected, but welcomed, guest. Because, when it comes to stage crashers, there are few as welcome as Reba McEntire,...

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.@LittleBigTown: Video Game Stars? #PainKillerGame

[email protected]: Video Game Stars? #PainKillerGame

The members of Little Big Town are a lot of things. They’re incredible singers for one. They’re also parents, philanthropists, songwriters…and now, they’ve taken on an unexpected role: video game stars. After tweets teasing something big on the horizon, a visit to their official website revealed the exciting news. The game, entitled Little Big Town Pain Killer is a unique way to reveal the tracks on the...

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.@LittleBigTown Reveals “Pain Killer” Album Cover & Fall Tour Dates

[email protected] Reveals “Pain Killer” Album Cover & Fall Tour Dates

After a summer spent “Day Drinking,” Little Big Town will ease into the fall with Pain Killer, their sixth studio album. They’ve released the album cover in pieces on their Instagram, and now the foursome (Karen Fairchild, Kimberly Schlapman, Phillip Sweet, Jimi Westbrook) stand together, looking fierce all in black and emblazoned in red under a neon sign that simply reads “Pain Killer.” The GRAMMY...

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