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    Little Big Town

    Gavin DeGraw

    Trent Harmon

    Little Big Town
    with special guests
    Gavin DeGraw and Trent Harmon

    Date: Saturday, July 7, 2018 | 8PM
    Ticket Prices: $30, $53, $76 & $84
    Ticket On-Sale: Saturday, April 14 at 9AM
    Venue: Outdoor Concert | Seating Chart

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    Little Big Town Biography

    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 two years since Tornado’s release have proven to be the most formative and motivational for the inspired family of artists, together since 1998. In the short time since Tornado, Little Big Town earned two number one radio hits with Tornado and Pontoon, a Grammy, two ACM and three CMA awards and an Emmy. They also found time to headline a sold-out tour, join Keith Urban across North America and host the CMA Music Festival: Country’s Night to Rock twice. These hard-earned accolades and new opportunities provided a steady dose of inspiration at every turn, leading them to a fresh and very intentional approach to their latest studio album. They co-wrote most of Tornado’s songs as a group and knocked out production in a matter of weeks, whereas the road to Pain Killer was significantly longer in the making, and much more calculated.

    Gavin DeGraw Biography

    Gavin DeGraw is a multi-platinum selling singer, performer and songwriter. He first broke through with the 2003 release of his debut album, Chariot, which sold over 1 million copies, earned platinum certification, and yielded three hit singles: “I Don’t Want To Be,” “Follow Through,” and the title-track, “Chariot.” Gavin’s self-titled second album debuted at No. 1 on the digital sales chart and at No. 7 on Billboard’s Top 200 album chart in 2008, earning Gavin his first Top 10 album. It spawned the hit singles “In Love With A Girl,” which Billboard dubbed “a rocking homerun,” and the gold-certified “We Belong Together.” In 2009, Gavin released Freeasa gift to his die-hard fans clamoring for recorded versions of Gavin’s live favorites. His third studio album, Sweeter, was released in September 2011 and produced the smash single, “Not Over You,” co-written with OneRepublic’s Ryan Tedder. The track reached #1 on the Hot AC charts, was a top 10 hit on Top 40, and was certified double platinum. In 2013 DeGraw released his fourth studio album, Make A Move, which included the hit song “Best I Ever Had”,” and garnered rave reviews from such publications as Billboard, People and Entertainment Weekly amongst many others. In addition, Gavin was nominated for his first Grammy for “We Both Know,” the song he co-wrote with Colbie Calliat for the 2013 film, “Safe Haven.” Since then he has been consistently touring around the world, including sold out dates with the legendary Billy Joel and hit a milestone with the release of his first greatest hits compilation titled Finest Hour in the fall of 2014. Gavin’s fifth studio album, Something Worth Saving, released in 2016 through his longtime label RCA Records, featured the hit single “She Sets The City On Fire.” DeGraw is currently on the road touring and working on new music.

    Trent Harmon Biography

    Trent Harmon was excited to tell his girlfriend that he had big news. But she did too…she was leaving. When his longtime love shared she was moving to Thailand to fulfill her dream of teaching overseas, the Country singer-songwriter was heartbroken. Propelled into the writing room with the raw emotion of how much he would miss her, he suddenly felt a kinship with pets everywhere. "I equate it to whenever a dog's owner leaves," says Trent with a laugh. "In their brain, that’s the last time that dog thinks he's ever going to see you again. So, I said it out loud, 'Guys, I'm the dog who she just left forever.’"

    Fortunately, Trent’s empty feeling had a happy ending. "Of course, she came back," he says with a sheepish smile. And not only did he get the girl, he delivered a poignant new single, cut-you-to-the-core “You Got ‘Em All (Big Machine Records).

    The chill-inducing song is a study of the particular type of solitude he was left to experience, running down the laundry list of shared memories and sung in the expansive tenor that won Trent the title on the last season of American Idol in 2016.

    From the lone piano notes that open the ballad to the story-telling lyrics of a girl fleeing her small town to spread her wings and the boy lost without her, “You Got ‘Em All” perfectly encapsulates that universal bittersweet ache of letting someone go. His expressive vocals blending melody and sentiment of knowing the right thing to do if you truly love someone. “I don't get to be with you, but I hope you're happy. I hope that fills that void that you're leaving me with," sums up Trent.

    Amazingly, Trent says that he and co-writers Justin Ebach (SESAC Songwriter of the Year 2017) and Jordan Minton—whom he had never met before—wrote “You Got ‘Em All” in under an hour. “It was so strange,” says Trent of the speedy session. “I don't normally write like that. I'm really slow and methodical. I think that’s why her sudden news shook me at first.” But his wounded pride coupled with Minton’s impending nuptials—he was headed to his rehearsal dinner that night—provided inspiration. “We had two opposite trains of thoughts going on.” Indeed, Trent credits Jordan with bringing the hopeful energy to the song since, if left to his own devices, he says with a laugh, “It just would’ve been sad. I was probably 90/10 sad and he and he brought me back to about 60/40.”

    “You Got ‘Em All” is one of hundreds of songs that Trent wrote, with some of the biggest songwriters in Nashville, after dedicating himself to an ambitious mission. At the start of 2017 he told his publisher Big Machine Music "I want to write once a day until February 2018. Twice a day if you can schedule them.” He kept his word to himself and is in the process selecting songs for his debut album, to follow up his Top 15 introduction called “There’s a Girl.”

    This writing process was therapeutic for Trent, who over the past year hadn’t been able to record music because of contract restrictions through his previous management deal. Though winning American Idol was a dream come true, it brought along a unique set of challenges. Yet like the moments of rising to the top each week, Trent once again has triumphed with his most personal work to date.

    Growing up working on his parents’ farm and in their farm-to-table restaurant in northeast Mississippi, Trent recalls plugging his headphones in and singing along with everyone from Dolly Parton and Patty Loveless to Elvis Presley and Marty Robbins—his first album purchase—and being inspired to learn piano, guitar and drums to put his own music under that big voice.

    That soaring-to-the-rafters voice propelled him into the national spotlight, but now, fans will experience the soul behind the singer. With the release of “You Got ‘Em All” Trent exposes his heart, offering more than just the ending creds of TV.