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Little Big Town Shares Secret to Their Success

Little Big Town Shares Secret to Their Success

Little Big Town photo courtesy of Capitol Nashville.

Little Big Town will present a panel about perseverance in the country music industry at Country Radio Seminar. Hosted by Bob Kingsley, the session will take place in Nashville during the annual convention which runs February 19-21.

“It’s an honor to be asked to be a part of CRS this year and especially the chance to share some of our story as a band through the last 14 years,” the band said. “It’s definitely been about perseverance for us.”

The band remained dedicated to their goals of musical success despite the trials, tribulations, personal tragedies and triumphs they experienced over the past 14 years. During the panel, they will share stories about their perseverance as a band, which eventually led to a No. 1 album, two No. 1 singles, a GRAMMY Award, ACM/CMA Vocal Group of the Year and various awards and accolades.

“Throughout every challenge the band has had, they’ve continued to establish and develop so many relationships and give back in so many ways,” Bob Kingsley said. “Their ability to adapt to situations and stay ahead is a hard feat, and one that we can all learn from.”

Throughout their career, the group has stuck together through several label changes. They first signed with Mercury Nashville Records before moving to Sony’s Monument Records, where they released their debut album. From there, they went from the small independent label, Equity Music Group, to their current label, Capitol Records, which was later taken over by major label, Universal Music Group.

Little Big Town’s latest single, “Sober,” is climbing the charts at country radio. They have received a GRAMMY nomination for Best Country Duo/Group Performance for “Your Side of the Bed.”

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Posted at 12:19 pm, December 15, 2013 | Permalink

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