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For Little Big Town, it's another marriage

Thursday, December 7, 2006 – Wedding bells were once again ringing in the Little Big Town camp when Kimberly Roads married longtime friend Stephen Schlapman on Nov. 28. With family and friends, including fellow band members Karen Fairchild, Jimi Westbrook and Phillip Sweet, gathered around them, Roads and Schlapman were married on a private island in the Caribbean.

“When I least expected it, love came back to me, and I am so grateful to God for His blessings and for our family and friends who were able to join us in the celebration,” said Roads.

Her first husband, Stephen, died unexpectedly of a heart attack in 2005.

ollowing the honeymoon, the happy couple returned to the U.S., where Little Big Town picked up the remainder of their 2006 tour.

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CD review - The Breaker Anyone who missed Little Big Town's remarkable 2012 Unplugged performance on CMT should seek it out online. When they sing their monster hit "Pontoon," four hypnotic voices combine to harmonic perfection with no studio tricks - pick from any of the microphones, and it works as the song's lead vocal. But now that the group has ascended to the upper rung of stardom, different challenges arise. How do you compete with yourself fresh from a Grammy for Best Country Song ...
CD review - Pain Killer For some, listening to Little Big Town will be an act of searching for something at least half as catchy as "Pontoon," yet without success. Whenever a group creates such a fantastically memorable single, the prospect of following it up successfully can be a bit of a handicap. With that said, though, "Pain Killer" is a pretty good pop-country album, as pop-country albums go. Although Little Big Town has never been known to be rockers, the rollicking "Save Your Sin" ...

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