Get Tickets To See Little Big Town!
Published on: January 20th, 2020
Little Big Town has come a long way since their hit single “Boondocks” climbed country charts in 2005. They’ve just released a new album, and they’ll play old songs and new when they come to perform in Pittsburgh this February!
When and Where
Little Big Town will play at the Benedum Center on Saturday, February 1 starting at 8 p.m. You can order tickets for this show
HERE. The Benedum Center’s address is 719 Liberty Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15222. The Nightfall Tour
Little Big Town is currently visiting major cities across the U.S. in support of their latest album,
Nightfall. The new record was released in mid-January, but critics and city fans were already buzzing about the fresh tunes. The title track serves as a moody introduction to the new material with the band’s signature harmonies, and the album features an eclectic blend of ardent love songs, somber moments, and upbeat escapes. “Daughters” earned a Grammy nomination before the album even dropped, and “Sugar Coat” found a receptive audience on pop-country radio. The tour kicked off with an album release show at Carnegie Hall in New York, followed by back-to-back engagements at the Apollo Theater.
The group has earned a reputation for pairing classic country with contemporary style, and their vocal harmonies have garnered praise and accolades on country’s most prestigious stages. The band holds the distinction of earning the Country Music Awards’ Vocal Group of the Year title six years in a row.
Solo artist Caitlyn Smith will join Little Big Town for the Nightfall Tour. This rising star hails from Minnesota by way of Nashville, with one successful album in the books and a follow-up due out this March. While these records contain some of her most personal, heartfelt writing, the musician had already penned hit songs for prominent artists prior to stepping into the studio for her own project. Smith is one of the creative minds behind Meghan Trainor’s “Like I’m Gonna Lose You,” and the Kenny Rogers and Dolly Parton duet, “You Can’t Make Old Friends.”
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