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Little Big Town Plays ‘Never Have I Ever’ While ‘Under the Influence’

Admitting to many stories involving drunken decisions and tipsy revelations, each member of LBT took a sip, or five, as they came clean about their somewhat happily intoxicated past.

Written by Kelly Brickey
Little Big Town Plays ‘Never Have I Ever’ While ‘Under the Influence’
Little Big Town; Photo via video

Cheers to Little Big Town on the introduction of their new wine line called 4 Cellars!

The country quartet celebrated their viticulture endeavor in Nashville and went bottoms up while chatting about 4 Cellars with some of their closest friends and colleagues. Swirling the glass around with Entertainment Tonight for a brief tasting session, the band explained their passion for the nectar and wanted to be full-on in the creation of their Washington state vineyard selection.

“It’s been a long process because we didn’t want to just throw our name on a bottle of wine. We drink a lot of wine, so we do know good wine, I’m gonna confidently say that,” Karen Fairchild said during the Entertainment Tonight interview.

Pouring deeper into the bottle (and their personal lives), LBT gladly played along in a drinking game of ‘Never Have I Ever.’ Admitting to many stories involving drunken decisions and tipsy revelations, each member took a sip, or five, as they came clean about their somewhat happily intoxicated past.

Kimberly Schlapman revealed she’s only had two shots of tequila in her life, but all in good company by sharing those moments with Kenny Rogers and Matthew McConaughey. On the other hand, Phillip Sweet revealed he was kicked out of a bar once—guilty by association, he claimed, blaming it all on a friend getting a little too frisky out on the dance floor.

Ultimately spilling on when Little Big Town got kicked out of what happened to be a dry casino with their pal and fellow country singer Zac Brown, Fairchild admitted that they can keep their partying low-key by creating a makeshift kickback in any parking lot.

Fans can join the 4 Cellars family by signing up for the exclusive wine club on the label’s website.