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Love and Theft

Pop-country trio Love and Theft fell into place in Nashville when singers and songwriters Eric Gunderson, Stephen Barker Liles, and Brian Bandas threw in together, taking turns singing lead while the other two sang gorgeous backing harmonies. Versatile, bright-sounding, and with a clear sense of pop-country arrangement, Love and Theft's live shows brought them an enthusiastic fan base. Working with producers Jeff Coplan and Robert Ellis Orrall, the trio released its debut album, World Wide Open, on CarolWood Records in mid-2009. Bandas left the band in 2011, and it was as a duo of Gunderson and Liles that Love and Theft was signed to RCA Nashville later that same year. A second album, simply called Love and Theft, then appeared from RCA in 2012. ~ Steve Leggett
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Stations Featuring
Love and Theft

    New Country First

    New Country First
    1 song

    Country Love

    Country Love
    1 song

    '00s Country

    '00s Country
    2 songs

    Top Country

    Top Country
    1 song

Albums by
Love and Theft

Top Songs by
Love and Theft

  1.   Song
  2.   Angel Eyes
  3.   Night That You'll Never Forget
  4.   Runaway
  5.   If You Ever Get Lonely
  6.   Dancing In Circles
  7.   Runnin' Out of Air
  8.   Whiskey On My Breath
  9.   Thinking of You (And Me)
  10.   Freedom
  11.   Can't Stop Smiling
  12.   Girls Look Hot in Trucks
  13.   Don't Wake Me
  14.   She's Amazing
  15.   Amen
  16.   Real Good Sign
  17.   It's Up To You
  18.   Let's Get Drunk and Make Friends
  19.   Drowning
  20.   Like I Feel It
  21.   Town Drunk
  22.   Everybody Drives Drunk
  23.   Easy
  24.   Girls Love To Shake It
  25.   Wrong Baby Wrong
  26.   Can't Go Back
  27.   Tan Lines
  28.   Hang Out Hungover
  29.   Anytime, Anywhere
  30.   You To Miss
  31.   World Wide Open
  32.   Can't Wait For the Weekend
  33.   Slow Down
  34.   Me Without You
  35.   Inside Out
  36.   Ring of Fire
  37.   [CD-ROM Track]

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