Nearly 12 years after the release of their debut single, Country chart-topping duo Big & Rich continue to hit new highs with their latest album, Gravity. They look to build upon their current momentum with the upcoming single, “Lovin’ Lately” featuring Tim McGraw. The song is accompanied by the video starring McGraw, which is part of The Gravity Quadrilogy video series. Fans can check out the Trey Fanjoy directed video now, which was recently spotlighted by CMT.com.
“Lovin’ Lately” is the follow-up to the smash hits “Look at You” and “Run Away With You,” also from Gravity. For the first time in their storied career, the duo snagged back-to-back Top Ten singles on Country radio. Their larger-than-life personalities and unique vocal style has helped to propel them as one of the most in-demand acts in the genre.
The multi-platinum recording superstars will close out their monumental year on December 29, where they will kick off the Battle of the Bands at the Annual Franklin American Mortgage Music City bowl in Nashville. Big & Rich will hit the road in 2016 for several upcoming shows throughout North America, beginning with the IntelliCentrics Outdoor Concert Series and NHL Fan Fair™ presented by Bridgestone during the 2016 Honda NHL® All-Star festivities in Nashville on January 28.
Big & Rich On Tour:
Dec 29 – Nashville, TN – Battle of the Bands
Jan 28 – Nashville, TN – NHL All Star Kick-Off
Mar 04 – Plant City, FL – Strawberry Festival
Apr 29 – Live Oak, FL – Suwannee River Jam
Jun 05 – Virginia Beach, VA – Patriotic Festival
Jun 10 – Mountain Dale, NY – Taste of Country Festival
Jun 11 – Winsted, MN – Winstock Country Music
Jun 25 – Philadelphia, PA – Lincoln Financial Field
Learn more at bigandrich.com
About Big & Rich:
Big & Rich is comprised of Big Kenny and NBC’s “The Celebrity Apprentice” winner John Rich. The multi-platinum hit duo have garnered multiple Grammy, ACM, CMA and CMT Music Award nominations. The first single, “Look At You,” from their latest studio album, Gravity, smashed into the top 10 on the Country chart. The follow-up single, “Run Away With You,” kept the momentum rolling, also hitting the top 10. The Country superstars’ first studio album, Horse of a Different Color, includes their hit infectious single, “Save a Horse (Ride a Cowboy).” Other hits include “Comin’ to Your City,” “8th of November” and their No. 1 hit, “Lost in this Moment.” Meanwhile, “Comin’ to Your City” is nearing a decade as the theme song for ESPN’s “College GameDay.