NASHVILLE -- RCA Nashville duo Love and Theft - Stephen Barker Liles and Eric Gunderson - will perform at the Thumbs Up For What's Wright benefit concert at Tin Roof Nashville on Wednesday, May 15.
Love and Theft join previously announced artists David Nail, Chris Janson, Kristen Kelly, Randy Montana, and special guests to support the Thumbs Up For Lane Childhood Cancer Foundation and the Payton Wright Foundation, raising money to fight pediatric cancer.
Two songwriters rounds will include hitmakers Lee Miller, Jonathan Singleton, Brad Tursi, Dan Isbell, Scooter Carusoe, and Jason Matthews. Emcee'd by television host Shane Tallant, the event will include a tribute to Lindsay Walleman, live auction, and an outdoor beer garden featuring Star Hill, Blackstone, Jackalope, Fat Bottom, and Turtle Anarchy breweries. Event sponsors include SunTrust, Lucchese Boots in the Gulch, Decosimo, Harris Real Estate & Auction, and Jim Havey Public Relations.
Tickets are $25 and available at
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About Love and Theft
Duo Love and Theft, comprised of Stephen Barker Liles and Eric Gunderson, released their first studio album on RCA Nashville, appropriately titled Love and Theft, in 2012.  The ACM, CMA and CMT-nominated duo share lead vocals throughout the 11 songs on the album, which was produced by Josh Leo (Alabama, Nitty Gritty Dirt Band).  The album's first single, "Angel Eyes," hit the #1 spot on Billboard's Hot Country Songs chart and the Country Aircheck airplay chart, and was certified Gold by R.I.A.A. They are currently on tour with Tim McGraw. Find Love and Theft online at
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