One year after they released their latest studio album Heart Break, Lady Antebellum are back on the road and brought some old friends with them. Darius Rucker, who toured with the trio back in 2012 and admits he considers frontman Charles Kelley his best friend in Nashville, joined the acclaimed band for their Summer Plays On… Read more »
Fresh off the release of their first album in three years, Lady Antebellum took their harmonies back on the road for one of this summer’s hottest tours – the You Look Good Tour. Filling out their live band with a horn section, Lady A’s set was fun and funky, and it was made abundantly clear… Read more »
The 45th annual CMA Music Festival was its biggest year yet, toting an impressive 88,500 fans a day. The nightly shows at Nissan Stadium showcased the biggest names in country music, whereas the free, daytime stages paved the way for upcoming artists to show off their songs. But country artists were not the only ones… Read more »
It’s no secret that Charles Kelley’s vocal and songwriting abilities can fill arenas, but there’s something about a smaller stage that gives his personality room to shine. On the opening night of The Driver Tour, Charles sang his way through most of his debut solo album, The Driver, as well as some fan-favorite Lady Antebellum hits. In… Read more »
Seeing Charles Kelley standing on stage without his Lady Antebellum bandmates beside him is an odd sight – that is, until he starts performing and you realize he can absolutely carry his own weight. After releasing his first single as a solo artist – “The Driver” – Charles Kelley took his new project (and upcoming… Read more »
Since 1972, CMA Fest has continued to get bigger and bigger. This year, the festival set a new record – drawing over 87,000 fans a day to the four day event. More than 500 artists performed on 11 different stages – seven of which were free. Every artist performing donated their time for free and… Read more »
Following the success of their latest album, 747, Lady Antebellum took their new songs – as well as fan favorites – on the road this summer. This past Friday at the PNC Bank Arts Center in New Jersey, the trio performed for 90 minutes straight and even brought out tour mates Hunter Hayes and Sam Hunt… Read more »
Some of country music’s finest, Lady Antebellum, took the stage at Radio City Music Hall this past Thursday for the first of two shows in the big city. Opening up for the chart-topping trio was Darius Rucker and Thomsen Square (not pictured). Check out some photos from the night!