ABC Show Gets Theme Song From Little Big Town

Little Big Town has been co-opted to produce the theme song of the ABC show “Good Morning America”, says a recently published report in Us Weekly. The song called “Good Morning” will accompany the new series of the show which is due to start on Monday.

The country group Little Big Town could become unexpectedly popular thanks to the new project they are developing. The four artists were co-opted by the producers’ of the ABC show “Good Morning America” to create a tune for the upcoming series.

Singer Karen Fairchild from Little Big Town told the press that they were honored to be elected for this project. They hope their new song called “Good Morning” will bring many new viewers to the show and become a hit on TV. Those who want to hear the song will be able to listen to it as soon as the new series starts on Monday at 2 p.m. The summer series will last for nine weeks and it will be hosted by co-anchors, Josh Elliott and Lara Spencer.

The members of the country band were grateful for the opportunity they received as they know that the theme song will contribute to their popularity. In addition, they had a great time recording the song for the show.

Fairchild further stated that the band will be involved in other projects, as well. Now that they finished the song for “Good Morning America” they will perform the tune on air on August 2. Little Big Town did not forget about the hit that made them famous, “Pontoon”, so they promised to interpret it, as well, during their future performances.

The band is made out of four members, namely, Karen Fairchild, Jimi Westbrook, Kimberly Schlapman and Phillip Sweet. They started working together in 1998 and soon became famous for hits like “Boondocks” and “Little White Church”.

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