10:41 PM EDT 10/16/2013
Originally posted 08/27/2013 04:30PM
Good news for country fans – Lady Antebellum wants to keep rocking their way across the country.
The band is extending their Take Me Downtown tour, according to a press release distributed on Tuesday.
Pals Kacey Musgraves and Kip Moore will continue to join Lady A on the second leg of their tour, which kicks off on Jan. 9 in Charleston, W.Va., and goes through April 27, ending in Knoxville, Tenn. The extended tour covers 36 cities, including New York City, Toronto, Los Angeles, Las Vegas and Oklahoma City.
Originally posted 08/11/2013 06:00PM
It's a country music tradition.
Hosted by Little Big Town – who hit up all the festival hot spots, from Zac Brown's tailgate to Lady Antebellum's Ping Pong tournament benefiting their LadyAID Fund – the annual CMA Music Festival sees 80,000 fans converge on Nashville in June and rock out to country music's biggest names: Carrie Underwood and Jason Aldean, as well as the most-buzzed about newcomers, Kacey Musgraves and Brett Eldredge.
This year was no different.
Originally posted 02/02/2013 10:00AM
The Lady Antebellum frontwoman, currently expecting her first child, can't believe her baby's luck
Originally posted 09/13/2011 08:00AM
Lady Antebellum log a lot of together time on the road, where the trio share living quarters on the tour bus – but sometimes even best friends need a breather. For the group, that means spending a little alone time at their new Nashville homes.
The trio, who just released their third album, Own the Night, open their doors in the latest PEOPLE Country issue, showing off Hillary Scott's renovated bungalow (decorated with flea market finds and TJ Maxx deals), Charles Kelley's 2,700-sq- ft. colonial ("It's not too big, so it's manageable and perfect for us," he says) and Dave Haywood's 900-sq.-ft. urban loft (complete with windowless bedroom "so when I get off the bus, I can grab a few more hours of sleep in the middle of the day if I need to," he says).
Originally posted 04/03/2011 11:15PM
Sunday night was ladies' night at the 46th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards.
Miranda Lambert and Lady Antebellum – co-ed trio Hillary Scott, Charles Kelley and Dave Haywood – clocked in the most wins as the spirit of Nashville filled the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. But the night's highest honor went to Taylor Swift, who was crowned entertainer of the year.
"I'm just losing my mind," Swift, 21, told the audience after her big win. "The fact that this is from the fans makes its so beautiful."
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