Popular country music group Little Big Town kicked off their year-long residency dubbed “Little Big Town at the Mother Church” at Nashville’s famed Ryman Auditorium over the weekend with back-to-back, sold-out shows on Friday and Saturday evening.
The quartet enjoyed numerous standing ovations as they showcased their award-winning vocals during each nightly performance of their new album, The Breaker, which was released on Friday. This special residency marks the only time in the venue’s 125-year history to host a year-long artist residency.
Little Big Town members Karen Fairchild, Phillip Sweet, Kimberly Schlapman, and Jimi Westbrook took to the stage following support acts Brent Cobb (2/24) and Ashley Monroe (pictured above, 2/25). Each evening’s special surprise guest also garnered an enormous audience response, Sam Hunt and Chris Stapleton (2/24) and powerhouse vocalist Andra Day (2/25) joined Little Big Town on stage.
Check out LBT performing “Tennessee Whiskey” with Chris Stapleton below!
Saturday’s show included a welcome additional surprise, the band announced that a tenth “Little Big Town at the Mother Church” Ryman Residency date has been added for July 30th. Previously announced dates include May 19 & 20, July 28 & 29, September 15 & 16, and November 27th. More ticket information can be found here.
Next up, Little Big Town is set to perform on “Ellen” March 1st and on “The Talk” March 14th.
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