NEW SINGLE – “COMPASS”
Lady Antebellum just released “Compass" as their new single – it’s an arena sized sing-along driven by banjo and mandolin instrumentation. Recent time off from the road has allowed the trio to channel their efforts off-stage by exploring new musical boundaries, resulting in a studio session too pivotal to ignore. “Compass” will be included in a special edition GOLDEN DELUXE in stores now.
GOLDEN DELUXE – ALBUM OUT NOW
Lady Antebellum released GOLEN DELUXE on Nov. 11. The special edition will include the trio’s new single “Compass” in addition to five bonus tracks and the previously released tracks off GOLDEN including their PLATINUM certified No. 1 hit “Downtown.”
NEW TOUR – TAKE ME DOWNTOWN TOUR
Lady Antebellum has announced their headlining TAKE ME DOWNTOWN TOUR. The group has invited Kip Moore and Kacey Musgraves to join the arena tour kicking off Jan. 10 in Peoria, IL. Fans can purchase tickets and special VIP experiences to first dates now.
AWARD NOMINATIONS – AMA’s and ACA’s
Lady A is currently nominated for the AMA’s “Favorite Country Band, Duo or Group” and took home the trophy as last year’s winner in the category as well. They are also nominated for six ACA Awards including Artist of the Year.
ON THIS WINTER’S NIGHT – DVD RELEASE
Lady A just released ON THIS WINTER’S NIGHT, a special holiday DVD and Blu-ray. From their holiday concert at Nashville’s Schermerhorn Symphony Center, the trio is backed by more than 40 symphony orchestra musicians and includes 11 live tracks of classic holiday songs, personal Christmas stories and their original “On This Winter’s Night.”
Since its 2006 inception, Lady A has won the “Vocal Group of the Year” honor from both the CMA and from the ACM’s three times in a row and sold over 11 million albums worldwide. The trio has taken seven trips to No. one on the country radio charts, earned five Platinum singles including their recent “Downtown” and has been awarded with seven GRAMMY awards including the all-genre “Record of the Year” and “Song of the Year.”