Little Big Town – 2014 Concert Schedule
Ever since they released their debut record, Little Big Town has
been shaking up the country music scene. With hits like "Pontoon," "Bring It On Home," "A Little More You," and "A Place to
Land," the band's songs have remained fixtures of country music stations across the country. Now that Little Big Town is heading
out for another concert tour, fans far and wide will be able to experience their music how it's meant to be heard –
live! Little Big Town is scheduled to visit Lessville's Fort Polk, LaPorte Country Fair, Toledo's Zoo Amphitheater, Cleveland's
Jacobs Pavilion at Nautica, Kettering's Fraze Pavilion, and many more venues. You don't want to miss out when Little Big Town
comes to your city to perform, so be sure to head over to StubHub to get your tickets in advance.
Country band Little Big Town is comprised of Kimberly Schlapman, Karen Fairchild, Jimi Westbrook, and Phillip
Sweet. The band was formed in 1998, and they released their self-titled debut album in 2002, which produced the singles, "Everything
Changes" and "Don't Waste My Time." Little Big Town followed up with their sophomore release, "The Road to Here," which launched
the band to stardom. The album was eventually certified platinum, and its hit singles dominated the airwaves and the charts.
The songs "Boondocks," "Good as Gone," "Bring It On Home," and "A Little More You" all managed to hit the top 20 of the Hot
Country Songs charts. By 2007, Little Big Town's third album, "A Place to Land," was released, which was likewise a success.
"A Place to Land" reached the number 10 position on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart, number 3 on the Billboard Independent
Albums chart, and it spawned popular songs like "I'm With the Band," "Fine Line," and "Good Lord Willing."
Nashville, Little Big Town released their fourth studio album, "The Reason Why," in August of 2010. By this point, Little
Big Town continued to blaze a trail of success, and the album's single, "Little White Church," went on to become a top 10
hit on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart. Following the release of "The Reason Why," Little Big Town joined Sugarland
on tour, and they later embarked on their own tour in support of the album.
Little Big Town returned to the studio to
begin working on their fifth album, "Tornado," which was released in 2012. The album's lead single, "Pontoon," ended up topping
the Hot Country Songs chart and it was their first single to go platinum. At the Grammy Awards, the mega-successful single
would end up earning a Grammy for the category of Best Country Duo/Group Performance, and the album that produced it was certified
gold by December 2012.
Little Big Town recently released the single, "Day Drinking," which is from their upcoming album,
"Painkiller." When Little Big Town kicks off their next tour, fans will get to hear this song and more from their collection
of some of the best country hits around.
Little Big Town's Breakthrough Album
Little Big Town's self-titled
debut record helped them to gain a following on the country scene, and it established them as a rising country band. When
they followed up with their sophomore record, "The Road to Here," they became superstars overnight with hits like "Boondocks,"
"Bring It On Home," "Good As Gone," and "A Little More You." The platinum album went on to be nominated for Best Country Album
at the 49th Annual Grammy Awards, and the song "Boondocks" was nominated for Best Country Performance by a Duo or Group with
Vocals. This wasn't the first time the group would earn an award nomination, because they went on to be nominated for many
more, including CMA nominations for a Horizon Award, Vocal Group of the Year, Music Event of the Year, Single of the Year,
Music Video of the Year, and Song of the Year.
Little Big Town Trivia
Which song was Little Big Town's
first single to hit the number 1 spot on the U.S. Billboard Hot Country Songs chart?
"Pontoon," from the album, "Tornado,"
became Little Big Town's first single to hit number 1.
If you want to see one of the most
exciting country bands live in concert, then you're in luck, because Little Big Town is kicking off another tour and they
are visiting a venue near you. From songs like "Pontoon" to "Little White Church," you and the rest of the audience will be
able to sing along to these hits and more, as Little Big Town's music fills the venue. If you're a fan of Little Big Town,
then you owe it to yourself to check them out while they're on tour. Be sure to hit up one of their live shows during this