Back in 2012, the duo Love and Theft released 'Angel Eyes' and took the country music world by storm. The song hit the country music airwaves and positively BLEW UP.

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As I write this, the catchy lyrics are now replaying in my head. The song launched 'Love and Theft' into stardom, earning them multiple award nominations and shining a national spotlight on their music.

Now, the Country Music Association Awards nominated duo is heading to Cheyenne. They'll take the stage at the legendary Outlaw Saloon tomorrow, April 7. And yes, tickets are still available.

Love & Theft Tickets

Tickets to see Love and Theft start at $15 when purchased in advance and are $20 at the door. Doors open at 7 p.m., and the concert kicks off at 8 p.m. Please note this is a 21+ event! Click here for more info on purchasing tickets.

About Love and Theft

Stephen Barker Liles and Eric Gunderson combined their talented vocals for their first single, 'Runaway,' in 2009. The two began their career with an impressive resumes, having toured as the opening act for Taylor Swift on her 2008 tour. Taste of Country reported that Liles himself was the inspiration behind Taylor Swift's track 'Hey Stephen.'

The duo began making a name for themselves as they toured, but it was 'Angel Eyes' that launched them into the stratosphere. The song went Platinum and topped the charts, reaching #1 on the Hot Country Songs chart. Several other songs became Top 40 hits, including 'Runnin' Out of Air' and 'If You Ever Get Lonely.'

Love and Theft's success earned them two nominations at the Country Music Awards in 2012 and several ACM and CMT Music nominations in 2013.

For more info on Love and Theft, click here.

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