Hot on the heels of their wildly successful album Tornado, Little Big Town’s prescription for continued success and creative drive is in their sixth album, Pain Killer.
The award winning band just hit the road running and will be bringing The Pain Killer Tour with special guest Brett Eldredge and Brothers Osborne to The Masonic Temple Detroit on December 4, 2014.
Talk about a fun night out. I know a few fans that are going to need a pain killer after this show. Maybe myself induced..
Tickets range from $35-$55 and are on sale NOW at TicketMaster.com.
The band is also offering their fans a unique VIP experience on The Pain Killer Tour. Choose from two limited packages including meet and greets, pre-show soundcheck, exclusive merchandise, and more. For more information and to purchase your Little Big Town VIP visit www.littlebigtown.com.
Three big facts about Little Big Town
Over 13 tracks, the Grammy-winning quartet deliver proof that country music can still be a mature affair. Not boring, mind you — mature … In short, the members of Little Big Town — all of them in their forties — are not rollin’ up, slidin’ in or leanin’ back. While other artists are adding hip-hop and rap elements to their brand of country music, LBT has eschewed trends and dug deeper, exploring reggae on the album’s title track, Celtic folk on “Live Forever” and hard rock on “Save Your Sin,” Schlapman’s coming-out moment.
Little Big Town assists Blake Shelton on this season of The Voice, especially in preparation for the show’s battle rounds, where contestants are pinned against each other in singing battles in order to narrow down the singers before the knock-out rounds. The group are close with Shelton. They even let him hear their latest album before it’s release and Shelton was very impressed.
Little Big Town was inducted into the Grand Ole Opry Friday night. Opry members Vince Gill and Little Jimmy Dickens were on hand to welcome the group into the Opry fold. The quartet started their performance singing “Bring It on Home” with just an acoustic guitar. They then performed their breakthrough hit, “Boondocks,” and closed out their set singing Kris Kristofferson’s “Why Me.
Enter to win
Are you Detroit’s biggest Little Big Town fan? Want to attend the concert for free? One lucky Five Dollar Shake reader will win a pair of tickets! Enter to win by using the widget below. You’ll need a valid email address to enter. Winner must be 18+ and live within driving distance of Detroit’s Masonic Temple. One winner will be chosen and contacted by email on November 26th.