Little Big Town Mark Their 25th Anniversary With The Release Of A Greatest Hits Collection


Little Big Town are celebrating their 25th anniversary as a band by releasing a Greatest Hits album. The career-spanning collection features chart-toppers from throughout the career of the quartet from Homewood, Alabama. Little Big Town are also including updated versions of old hits on the collection, with Miranda Lambert singing on a new rendition of 2010’s “Little White Church,” while Kelsea Ballerini is featured on a reworking of 2011’s “Shut Up Train.” LBT’s popular cover of Phil Collins‘ “Take Me Home” with Sugarland will also be included on their Greatest Hits, which will be released on August 9. “As we embark on the next 25 years of Little Big Town, we wanted to reflect back on our catalog and really honor the songs that have had the greatest impact throughout this incredible journey,” said the group. “This Greatest Hits album was carefully curated by all four of us and is a love letter to our fans.” (Music Row)