T2In case you missed it, MULTI-PLATINUM Country duo THOMPSON SQUARE visited the set of Hallmark Channel’s Home & Family for a heartwarming performance of their new song, “Masterpiece,” on Tuesday (9/11).

Talking family life and their 20+ year love story with hosts Debbie Matenopoulos and Cameron Mathison, the husband-and-wife team of Keifer and Shawna Thompson revealed the inspiration behind their real-life masterpiece – becoming parents to son Cooper – and performed the stunning track with just an acoustic guitar and their acclaimed vocal blend. Meanwhile, Cooper took the opportunity to grab a quick nap in Matenopoulos’ arms, and the duo also joined in the fun-filled pet adoption and cooking segments.

Watch THOMPSON SQUARE talk life, music, and love on Hallmark’s Home & Family here.

Up next for the 2X Grammy nominees is their 4TH ANNUAL ROLLIN’ FOR A REASON charity motorcycle ride and concert, which takes place October 21 in the Nashville area. Presented in partnership with Music City Indian Motorcycle, the ride begins in Springfield, Tennessee, and will wind through picturesque countrysides before ending with a special Thompson Square concert at the Natchez Trace Winery at Fontanel. Proceeds from the event will be donated to the United Service Organization (USO) of Nashville.

For more information about the 4TH ANNUAL ROLLIN’ FOR A REASON charity ride and concert, please visit www.RollinForAReason.org.

Filled with insight into their fairytale romance and building on a career which has already produced the 2X-PLATINUM #1 smash “Are You Gonna Kiss Me Or Not,” two Top 5 albums and romantic #1 hits in the U.S. and Australia (GOLD-certified “If I Didn’t Have You” and “Everything I Shouldn’t Be Thinking About”), THOMPSON SQUARE’s MASTERPIECE album features a brand new blast of sonic energy, and has been receiving praise from media outlets nationwide:

“A work of art in itself … MASTERPIECE marks a triumphant return for the Country duo.” – Sounds Like Nashville

“’Masterpiece’ has all the musical elements of a Country classic.” – Billboard

“Their catalogue is filled with songs about relationships at every stage, and this album continues the trend, from the beginning of a relationship (‘Let’s Do Something Stupid’) to one that could be risky (‘Up in Smoke’).” – The Washington Post

“[MASTERPIECE is] about life and the life they’ve created for themselves.” – CMT

“The couple’s triumphant return finds the duo at the top of their game, with their distinct harmonies sounding tighter than ever.” – One Country

For more information about Thompson Square, please visit www.thompsonsquare.com/. Reach out to them on FacebookTwitterInstagram, and SnapChat.

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