The CMT Music Award–winning country duo behind the hit "Angel Eyes" share smooth harmonies and big hooks
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Who are Love and Theft: a country duo that lives up to their name
Which means: their comforting harmonies, infectious hooks, and handsomeness steal your affection, and country fans are head over heels for them
Their real names: Stephen Barker Liles and Eric Gunderson
What Stephen and Eric have in common: they're sons of pastors, and they grew up on the same musical diet of Elvis Presley, Roy Orbison, and the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band
The benefits of that healthy musical diet: a widespread appeal that appeases fans of old-fashioned country, modern country, and rock 'n' roll
How the group started: as a trio, achieving their first hit with the 2009 single "Runaway"
But since they pared down to a duo: they've become unstoppable, snaring two nominations from both the CMA and ACM Awards, winning their first CMT Music Award, and landing their first No. 1 single with "Angel Eyes"
What Night That You'll Never Forget is: the title of their latest single, which also echoes the experience of their live show
Reason to get to the show early: to catch the California country sounds of opener Kyle Setter