In an interview that aired this weekend on TODAY with Willie Geist, country music group Lady Antebellum tell Geist how going to group therapy has helped them communicate better. “It’s like marriage counselling,” Dave Haywood says, with Charles Kelley folling up stating “and it helps you IN your marriage too!” Video courtesy of Credit: NBC’s “Sunday TODAY with Willie Geist” Lady Antebellum is currently gearing up for a tour with Darius Rucker.
WHO: Multi-platinum award-winning trio Lady Antebellum WHAT: An intimate concert by seven-time GRAMMY award winning Lady Antebellum at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum exclusively for Hilton Honors members as part of Hilton’s music program, Music Happens Here. WHERE: Country Music Hall of Fame & Museum 222 Fifth Avenue South, Nashville, TN 37203 WHEN: Friday, November 10th | 7:30 PM WHY: Hilton’s music program, Music Happens Here, gives Hilton Honors members access to top concerts, private meet-and-greets with chart-topping artists, one-on-one artist experiences, and exclusive concerts at Hilton hotels/resorts and in legendary music landmarks. This year, Hilton, in partnership with Live Nation and Spotify, launched an original music and video travel series, Music Happens Here, which looks into some of the most iconic places around the world where music has been created, performed, and celebrated. The episodes released thus far examine the storied music histories of Los Angeles, London, and New Orleans. Check out the full series HERE.
LADY ANTEBELLUM is using their newly-released music video to raise awareness and support for those affected after HURRICANE MARIA struck PUERTO RICO. The music video for LADY A’s single, “Heart Break,” was filmed in SAN JUAN, PUERTO RICO, and in honor of the filming location, LADY A is making a donation of $200,000 from their LADYAID charitable arm to hurricane relief efforts via MUSICARES and UNITED FOR PUERTO RICO. The trio is encouraging fans to contribute, as well, by donating via the LADYAID website. Check out the beautiful PUERTO RICAN landscapes featured in the “Heart Break” video here. [embedyt] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IJ2Yd8OE9Xg[/embedyt] “We save a portion of every ticket on the road to go toward LADYAID,” explained the trio’s DAVE HAYWOOD. “After spending time in SAN JUAN, we fell in love with the area, the culture, the people, and that country — it was just a beautiful place. Our hearts have been completely broken watching the devastation from all of the hurricanes. We feel personally connected to helping support those affected.” Added LADY A’s HILLARY SCOTT, “We want to do everything we can to support this incredible place and these incredible people. We just hope and pray for their safety and that rebuilding happens quickly. We encourage everyone to give whatever they can to help.”
Country music’s favorite power trio is back! Lady Antebellum give it to us hot in their new track “You Look Good”, releasing the video for it today. This is the lead single from their upcoming album, Heartbreak, set to release June 9th. Lady Antebellum will be hitting the road to support the new album on the “You Look Good Tour” which kicks off May 26th! Check out the video for “You Look Good” right here on Country Music News Blog! Get tickets and tour details from our partners at Country Music On Tour!
The legendary Stevie Nicks joins the extraordinary Lady Antebellum on the CMT Crossroads stage. Enjoy this sneak peek now, then tune into CMT on Friday at 10/9c for the full episode. Stevie Nicks with Lady Antebellum – Rhiannon – CMT Crossroads Get More:
The Official Music Video For Lady Antebellum’s “Goodbye Town.” Below is the official music video for Lady Antebellum’s new single, “Goodbye Town.” The song comes from their new album, Golden. I like the song, but the video…well, I’m not crazy about it. It isn’t that the video is bad, it just doesn’t seem to be appropriate timing. Everyone is wearing dark colors, coats and scarfs. It’s just kind of gloomy. It seems to me that it would be a better fit if it was released in the Fall or Winter. Now I’m not saying that every video that is released in the Spring/Summer should be on the beach or lake, but this on is kind of a drag… You tell us what you think. Do you like the video? Or do you think they should have pushed it to October?
Lady Antebellum Releases Track Listing for New Album Golden, Due May 7th. Lady Antebellum‘s highly anticipated new album release Golden, set for May 7th, is quickly approaching, and the trio has released the official track listing to give fans a taste of what’s to come. Their current single “Downtown” has been well received, even by those with a skeptical POV on pop + country, reaching their current peak position of #2 on the Billboard Hot Country Chart. In between now and May, you can find Lady A on CBS on April 7th when they perform LIVE on the 48th Annual ACM Awards, and pre-order the album on Amazon! Golden Track Listing. 1. Get To Me 2. Goodbye Town 3. Nothin’ Like The First Time 4. Dowtown 5. Better Off Now (That You’re Gone) 6. It Ain’t Pretty 7. Can’t Stand The Rain 8. Golden 9. Long Teenage Goodby 10. All For Love 11. Better Man 12. Generation Away Golden Album Cover.
The Official Music Video For Lady Antebellum’s New Single, “Downtown.” Below is the official music video for Lady Antebellum’s new single, “Downtown.” The song is fun and can get stuck in your head in seconds! “Downtown” is the first single from Lady A’s upcoming album, Golden, out May 7. The video is kind of cheesy, but that’s alright. It also features Beth Behrs from CBS’ Two Broke Girls. Y’all check “Downtown” out and tell us what you think!
Review: Lady Antebellum Offer Up Sassy New Single Downtown! Anyone who knows me knows I am not the biggest fan of Lady Antebellum, it’s just not my kind of music. However, I was pleasantly surprised when I listened to newly released single “Downtown.” The new tune will be featured on the trio’s brand new album set to release later this year. Modern Country and Sass! I can’t say that this song is terribly country but then that’s not what I expect from Lady A anyway. It does, however, have a modern country beat and a lot of tone-y electric guitar work, particularly in the solo, that gives it a swaying bluesy feel. In this respect, it is a great song for the bars and clubs to get people up dancing, and I can see it being hugely popular there. Hillary Scott takes the lead vocals on this one with Charles Kelley backing up, and I think this was the correct decision, as his husky vocals can seem a little too laid back for this kind of track. Instead, Hillary brings out some so far unnoticed sass that a lot of people have been complimenting her on. I mean, we need more sassy females right? This adds a certain sexiness to the song which I’m sure isn’t going to hurt its sales and airplay at all. Smooth Vibe and Punchy Beat. Musically, we have a bassy guitar riff, simple yet effective, and it’s underlying the verses really enhances it, and let’s it fester as an earworm. The pre-choruses strip down to begin anticipation for the release of the chorus, which delivers, with a punchy drum beat, incorporating a variety of bluesy ornaments and flairs. From here, we run into the more interesting second verse, which in true modern country style builds on the drum part, with more decoration and a fuller mix. We also get some counterpart going on with the spoken vocals of the boys showing their appreciation in between Hillary’s vocals and beats of the second pre-chorus. The song appears to be trying to combine a smoother vibe and a more punchy one, if you listen to the way in which the instruments are used; I would say they pull it off. One thing I think country fans will have an issues with, however, is the vocal effects used on Hillary at the end of each chorus. I’m not technically- minded enough to explain what they used, but it does bother me a little and pushes the song more towards the pop domain. Appealing Lyrics! Lyrically the song reminisces of a love where they would always go out Downtown, and party, and hang out, and now their life together is boring and the song’s narrator is itching to get out again, be shown off, and generally have a good time. The line “you might be tired, but I’m not” pretty much sums up the song, and as previously mentioned Hillary’s sass really works here. Maybe this is for the Continue reading Lady Antebellum Downtown New Single Review
Enter For A Chance to Win Lady Antebellum’s Own The Night Tour DVD! Earlier this month, Lady Antebellum released a special documentary style concert DVD filmed during the recent 2012 Own The Night World Tour! The footage is primarily from their Little Rock, AR concert which they performed the final weekend of the the North American leg of the tour. The DVD features 90 minutes of interviews, behind the scenes shots and performances by the trio including “I Run To You“, “We Owned The Night“, “American Honey“, “Just A Kiss“, “Our Kind Of Love” “Need You Now” and more! Sounds pretty great, right?? Well, you’re in luck because we’ve a copy and we want to give it away to Lady A’s biggest fan! Follow the instructions below! Win a Copy of Lady Antebellum’s Own The Night Tour DVD! Step 1: (If you aren’t already!) Follow us on Twitter: @CountryMusicNB Step 2: Tweet a link to this post and be sure to tag us so we it! Step 3: When we receive you’re tweet, you will automatically be entered to win! Important Details: Winners will be randomly selected and notified individually via Twitter. Prizes were provided by Kayos Productions. Tweets must be received by Friday, December 21st. Winners will not be eligible for another prize drawing until 90days after this one. Watch: Lady A’s “We Own The Night”.