Lady Antebellum Closes Tour with Keith Urban, Sets Out on Headlining Run
Lady Antebellum, the highly successful country trio, will be finishing up their support tour for Keith Urban before they hit the road later this fall for their own headlining run.
The three piece band from Nashville will be performing three more shows with Urban. They will wrap things up on October 13 with a hometown performance. They will then take a week off before heading back out on the road. They will kick their headlining tour off with a show in Phoenix on November 11. The tour of 11 cities will be visiting casinos, fairs and clubs and wind things up in Vinton, LA on December 4.
Lady Antebellum, a trio comprised of Dave Haywood, guitarist, and singers Hillary Scott and Charles Kelley, will be releasing “Need You Now,” their sophomore album in early 2010. The album follows up the band’s self-titled debut of 2008.
“Need You Now,” the first single from the set can be downloaded on iTunes. The song is streaming currently from the MySpace page of Lady Antebellum. There is also a video posted on their website with Haywood instructing fans on how to play guitar to the new single.
Lady Antebellum has received two nominations from the Country Music Academy. “I Run to You” has been nominated as Single of the Year, and the group has also been nominated as Vocal Group of the Year. On November 11 ABC will be airing the 43rd annual awards ceremony.