Little Big Town will return for the second year to host CMA Music Festival: Country’s Night to Rock. “We could not be more excited to be coming back as hosts for CMA Music Fest,” exclaimed Little Big Townâ€™s Phillip Sweet. “Last year was incredible and we can’t wait to be back in LP Field surrounded by 50,000 screaming fans!” Bandmate Karen Fairchild added: “Country Music truly has the most dedicated fans in the world and we’re looking forward to spending another four days with them.” â€œIt is great to have Little Big Town back to host Countryâ€™s Night to Rock,â€ said Deaton. â€œThey have impeccable timing, a terrific sense of humour, the respect of the artistic community, and the admiration of the fans. They are the perfect ensemble cast to host this special.â€ Critically acclaimed Country group Little Big Town â€“ consisting of members Fairchild, Sweet, Kimberly Schlapman, and Jimi Westbrook â€“ first entered the music scene more than 14 years ago with hits such as â€œBoondocks,â€ â€œBring It On Home,â€ â€œGood As Gone,â€ and the Grammy-nominated single â€œLittle White Church.â€ The quartetâ€™s fifth studio album Tornado was released on Sept. 11, 2012 and debuted at the top of the Billboard Country Chart where it stayed in the No. 1 position for five consecutive weeks. The album has been certified Platinum with sales of more than 1 million copies. Filmed during CMA Music Festival Thursday through Sunday, June 5-8, the show features many of today’s most exciting country music stars as they hit the stage during the four-day party and celebration of Americaâ€™s music. The annual event is unlike any other, with autograph signings in the AT&T U-verse Fan Fair X, live music on 11 stages, more than 430 artists and celebrities, and a guest list of 80,000 avid singing-and-dancing-till-dawn fans.