Beginning as a trio and found success as a duo: Love and Theft, according to their website.

In 2009, singer-songwriters Stephen Barker Liles, Eric Gunderson and Brian Bandos were all part of Love and Theft. Their first album was World Wide Open with the hit "Dancing in Circles."

Love and Theft became a duo with Liles and Gunderson. They changed record labels and released a self-titled album that produced  a No. 1 hit, "Angel Eyes."

Love and Theft as a group and duo have been nominated at the ACMs and CMAs for both albums as New Artist of the Year and Vocal Duo of the Year.

In their new album, Whiskey on My Breath, the duo were also involved in producing of the album. Some of their songs are personal and some are light-hearted with "Easy" and "Anytime, Anywhere" to honky-tonk with "Get Drunk and Make Friends." They also redid Martina McBride's 2009 hit "Wrong Baby Wrong." Liles wrote the song and the duo revised it for themselves.

Love and Theft are on tour. In February they will be in New York, Texas and Massachusetts.