Little Big Town to Perform at Can Do Awards Dinner
Little Big Town are set to perform for a very special cause in New York City in April.
The four-part harmony vocal group will take the stage at the Food Bank for New York City's 13th annual Can Do Awards Dinner, which takes place on April 21 at Cipriani Wall Street. The all-star event raises more than $2 million each year, which goes to support the more than 1.5 million residents of New York City who rely on the Food Bank every day.
Can Do Awards chair Mario Batali will honor Tom Colicchio and Sandra Lee at the event, which will feature a presentation by Erica Hill from the Today Show, Little Big Town's performance and celebrity appearances. More special guests, presenters and performers will be announced soon.
The Food Bank for NYC is a cause near and dear to LBT; singer Kimberly Schlapman teamed with Smithfield in December of 2014 for the Lend a Ham program, which “seeks to alleviate the high demand for protein during the holiday season with protein donations to food banks around the country.”
The award-winning country group released their most recent album, Pain Killer, in October of 2014. The album has scored two hit singles with "Day Drinking" and "Girl Crush." They are currently traveling the country on their Pain Killer tour, which runs through March 28 before wrapping up in Enid, Okla. The trek features Chris Stapleton as LBT's support act.
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