With a strong melodic opening of banjo, Dobro and southern rock guitars Little Big Town, "Good Lord Willing" immediately lets you know that this song is firmly rooted in classic instruments. The band's sterling harmony vocals are immediately present as Jimi, Karen and Kimberly sing the opening verse about reckless teenage fun. Phillip is playing the lead guitars on this track and joins in for the harmonic chorus. The fun, living life on nothing but being in the here in now lyric is fully enhanced by the vibrant instrumentation and the dynamic harmonies of Little Big Town. This single is one of the best they've released and it's one that will remind fans of their breakthrough hit "Boondocks." There's no way this single doesn't net the band another Top 10 hit. It's so good it'd be a crime if the song didn't make it at least that far.
With "Fine Line" helping to establish Little Big Town at country radio, the vocal quartet returns with one of the 4 newly recorded tracks from their re-issued album "A Place To Land." Does this single have enough to drive the band back up the charts?