'Little Big Town' to Appear as Musical Guest at Nashville Symphony Fashion Show

March 22, 2010

Platinum selling, GRAMMY® Award-nominated recording artist Little Big Town has been announced as the special musical guest for the Nashville Symphony’s Spring Fashion Show on April 20, 2010. The Symphony Spring Fashion Show, which this year features the designs of internationally acclaimed fashion designer Isaac Mizrahi, has previously featured such musical guests as Rascal Flatts and Ronnie Dunn.

Little Big Town rocketed to country superstardom with their 2005 sophomore album, The Road to Here, which sold over a million copies and produced four Top 20 hits including "Boondocks," "Bring It On Home" and "Good as Gone." The award-winning foursome has earned nominations at the GRAMMY® Awards, CMA Awards, ACM Awards and CMT Music Awards and has toured with such superstars as George Strait, Sugarland, Kenny Chesney, Keith Urban and Martina McBride. Little Big Town are currently in the studio working on their new Capitol Records Nashville release. The lead single from the album, “Little White Church,” will be available digitally and as a ringtone on March 9th.

All proceeds from the Symphony Spring Fashion Show go to the Nashville Symphony and the Thor Johnson Scholarship Fund. For more information about the show, please contact Stacie Taylor, Director of the Nashville Symphony Orchestra League, at 615.687.6541 or at email her.

The Nashville Symphony Orchestra League is a membership-driven organization that supports the Nashville Symphony by organizing and training volunteers for a variety of tasks critical to the Symphony and Schermerhorn Symphony Center operations. Membership benefits include discounts on symphony tickets, invitations to Orchestra League social functions, and a quarterly Nashville Symphony newsletter, among other benefits. For more information about membership, please visit NashvilleSymphony.org.

For more information on Little Big Town, please visit http://littlebigtown.com.