So cute! One of country music’s most notable groups Little Big Town revealed some exciting news while on the red carpet at the 2019 Grammy Awards on Sunday, February 10 — and it involves their adorable kiddos making a band!

According to the “Better Man” singers, their youngsters are ready to hit the stage and they’ve already got a band name for themselves. “It started on the bus because they’re on the tour with us all the time, and they have dance parties, and they perform,” Karen Fairchild, 49, told Giuliana Rancic, 44, on the red carpet. “They make the crew pay tickets … we give them back their money. They bring the crew on the bus and they’re like, ‘Watch us perform!’ They call themselves the Little Big Kids!” So cute!

If the kids are going to get some advice, there’s no one better than their parents who are up for Best Country Duo/Group Performance for their hit song “When Someone Stops Loving You” at tonight’s Grammys. The group, who have been together for over 20 years, even dished their secret for maintaining a great relationship over the last two decades.

“We really love each other. We’ve gone through so much life together, ” Kimberly Schlapman, also 49, gushed. “As high up as you can go, as far down as you can go, we’ve lived it together. We’re family that’s why we’re still together.” Philip Sweet, 44, quickly added, “And we’re not afraid to have a good time!”

Jimi Westbrook, Karen Fairchild, Kimberly Schlapman, and Philip Sweet of Little Big Town attend the 61st Annual GRAMMY Awards
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And the band will be sure to have a great time at this year’s awards considering they are part of the big musical tribute for Dolly Parton, a performance they said is a “dream collaboration” for them.

The Recording Academy recently announced that during the awards show, Katy Perry will perform some of the country music icon’s greatest hits along with a few other stars to honor the 73-year-old music legend’s iconic music career. Make sure to tune into CBS tonight so you don’t miss the epic performance!