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A SEA OF NEW MUSIC FROM LADY ANTEBELLUM
10/9/19

Lady Antebellum recently performed a selection of tracks from their forthcoming album for industry friends and family at 3rd and Lindsley in Nashville. In addition to performing an eight-song set, the CMA Awards’ Vocal Group of the Year nominees discussed their writing and recording process for Ocean, their first project for new label BMLG Records, due 11/15.

Tracks performed included “Be Patient With My Love,” “Pictures,” “Boots,” “Let It Be Love,” “Crazy Love,” and “What If I Never Get Over You.” Collaborator Dann Huff also joined the 7-time Grammy winners on stage for an electric version of “You Can Do You” before the group wrapped up the night with title track “Ocean.” For more on their new music, click here.

Pictured above shortly before racing Italian sports cars around the parking lot are (l-r) Red Light Management’s Coran Capshaw, BMLG Records’ Jimmy Harnen, Lady A’s Dave Haywood, Hillary Scott, and Charles Kelley, BMLG’s Scott Borchetta, Red Light Management’s Callie Cunningham, and music journo Melinda Newman.