Thompson square dating
's heyday in the early 1980s, Keifer and Shawna Thompson were too young to even think about the dating game.Thirty years later, the husband and wife singing-songwriting couple known today as Thompson Square (T2 for short) have made duos fashionable again in Nashville, a place known for celebrity D-I-V-O-R-C-E almost as well as Hollywood.We love what we do, we love the music business, but we didn’t want to deprive ourselves of having a family.” And the pair, who are expecting their first child in January, are already thinking about all the logistics involved with raising a baby on the road. “It’s going to be interesting.” Shawna also admits that the weird pregnancy cravings she’s always heard about kicked in right away. ” singers haven’t come up with any real contenders yet, though they plan to keep it classic. “I already got Thompson in there, so I said Shawna gets to pick the name as long as it’s not something crazy like these people in Hollywood do all the time. “Are You Gonna Kiss Me Or Not” also earned two GRAMMY nominations for Best Country Song and Best Country Duo/ Group Performance of the Year as well as an American Music Award Nomination for “New Artist of the Year.” One month later, Thompson Square dethroned Sugarland to become the 2012 Academy of Country Music’s “Vocal Duo of the Year,” making Thompson Square the first new duo to win the award in 20 years.Two after that, Thompson Square’s follow-up smash, “I Got You,” earned the duo a fan-voted 2012 CMT Music Award for “Duo Video of the Year.”Now, with the much-anticipated release of, “If I Didn’t Have You,” the duo’s lead single from its upcoming sophomore album, Thompson Square is nominated for two of the most coveted CMA Awards – New Artist of the Year and Duo of the Year.
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“I think we will be genre-less in ten years,” he tells Too
“That is a little sad, because country music has always — it hasn’t been pop music — it’s always been that.
Two times the Thompsons is better than one, they figure.
It's certainly a no-brainer for Keifer, who over the phone in December discussed his love-at-first-sight moment.
“I don’t think it needs to go back to George Jones and Johnny Cash, but I do think the songs need to have some more meat on ‘em,” he says.