The career of award-winning group Little Big Town will be celebrated when the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum opens the special exhibit, Little Big Town: The Power of Four, later this month. Holding many of the objects that paved the way for the band’s success, the display will tell the group’s impressive story from the beginning, and will include keepsakes and photos from each member’s upbringing, and run through present day.
“Karen, Kimberly, Phillip, and Jimi—Little Big Town—build their music on a foundation of beautiful vocal harmonies seldom heard in country music,” said Kyle Young, CEO of the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, in a press release. “The group has enjoyed best-selling, award-winning success, but achieving that success required uncommon dedication and courage—and the willingness to make records for four different labels—before Little Big Town became consistent hit makers. Their journey has been a long one, and we embrace the opportunity to share Little Big Town’s story with our visitors.”
“Having an exhibit at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum is something we would never have thought to dream of for ourselves. It is beyond a dream come true,” added Karen Fairchild. “We are honored to be a part of country music, and are so thankful to all our fans, the music community here in Nashville and the museum for this privilege.”
Fans will get to see items including the neon sign from Little Big Town’s Pain Killer album cover, instruments from the “Pain Killer” music video, the clothes from their 2014 CMA Awards performance of “Bang Bang” with Ariana Grande, among much more.
Little Big Town: The Power of Four will open at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum on June 29, 2018.