About Little TexasLittle Texas was founded by singer Tim Rushlow and singer-guitarist Dwayne O'Brien, who first performed together in Texas in 1984. They renewed their partnership in Nashville in 1987 and fleshed out the band with lead guitarist Porter Howell and bassist Duane Propes. They spent the next few years working the club circuit and added drummer Del Gray and singer-keyboardist Brady Seals, whom they met while out on tour. Seals also began to share lead vocals with Rushlow and O'Brien.
Settling on Little Texas as their name, the group landed a contract with Warner Bros. in 1989 and toured heavily to build an audience. Their debut single, "Some Guys Have All the Love," quickly hit the Top 10, and its follow-up, "First Time for Everything," just missed duplicating that feat. The group's debut album spawned two further hits in "You and Forever and Me" and "I'd Rather Miss You." Their 1993 album Big Time sold more than 1.5 million copies, due to the hits "What Might Have Been," "God Blessed Texas" and their first and only No. 1, "My Love."
Following a long break, a new version of the band began touring again in 2004, featuring a new lead singer, Steven Troy.