June 11, 2014 Administrator

Country Music Band Love and Theft to Play The Museum Club Friday in Flagstaff

10299701_1416275058640958_440640787_nFLAGSTAFF, Ariz. – The hit-producing country music band, Love and Theft, is scheduled to headline a concert at the The Museum Club in Flagstaff on Friday at 8 p.m.

Love and Theft is known for their number one single and platinum selling song, “Angel Eyes,” and their other Top 40 singles, “Dancing in Circles,” “If You Ever Get Lonely,” “Runaway,” and “Runnin’ Out of Air.”

The band recently released the song “Night that You’ll Never Forget,” which is off of their upcoming album.

In 2013, they toured with Tim McGraw and Brantley Gilbert  and they were nominated for the ACM and CMA awards for “Duo of the Year.” Additionally, they were nominated for a CMT Music Award for the music video of, “Runnin’ Out of Air.”

Tickets for Friday’s concert cost $30 and are available online and at the door.

The Briana Payne Band is scheduled to open the show. The event is open to adults age 21 and older.

Love and Theft was formed in 2006 by Stephen Barker Liles and Eric Gunderson.

For more information about the band or upcoming concerts, visit loveandtheft.com


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