Kimberly Schlapman Loves Her First Turn as Lead Singer for Little Big Town

“This is it. First time. It’s fun. It’s great,” Kimberly tells ABC News Radio.

photo by ABC/Todd Wawrychuk

Kimberly Schlapman—the one with all those blond curls—takes her turn as lead singer for the very first time on a Little Big Town single, for the song “Sober.” And she loves it.

“This is it. First time. It’s fun. It’s great,” Kimberly tells ABC News Radio.

“And the more we play it and the more people hear it, the more the crowd sings along, which is just so—oh, it just fills up your heart to be singing the song and people are singing the same words with you,” she said.

“You can see it on their faces that it resonates and it means something to people. That song is just sweet, and it’s about being in love and being happy and content and not ever wanting to be without it. You can just see it on people's faces. I love it. Every night, I love it.”

The group was set to debut the video for “Sober” Monday (Feb. 3) on ABC’s The Chew


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