Lady Antebellum

In Theaters Jul 25

Artists Den Presents

Lady Antebellum

Seven-time Grammy Award-winning group, Lady Antebellum, brings Nashville to uptown Manhattan in an unprecedented Artists Den performance at the United Palace in Washington Heights. Surrounded by the rococo detail of the former vaudeville theater, Charles Kelley, Hillary Scott, and Dave Haywood kept an intimate crowd on their feet for a fourteen-song set, featuring the first live performance of songs from their highly-anticipated album, HEART BREAK, as well as smash singles from their catalog ("Need You Now," "Love Don't Live Here Anymore"). This one-night event also features a look at the making of the HEART BREAK album, exclusive interviews and a special acoustic performance.

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Lady Antebellum

Run Time: 1 hour 20 minutes

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Categories: Concerts

Special Fathom Features

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First Live Performance of HEART BREAK

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Artists Interviews & Acoustic Performance

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Behind-the-Scenes Footage

MEET THE BAND

Charles Kelley

Charles Kelley

Charles Kelley

A talented singer/songwriter of chart-topping country trio Lady Antebellum, Charles Kelley was born in Augusta, Georgia. Musically active since the age of 11, Kelley spent his formative years playing in a band with his siblings.
Hillary Scott

Hillary Scott

Hillary Scott

Born and raised in Nashville, singer Hillary Scott is best known as one third of Grammy-winning country trio Lady Antebellum. The daughter of country musicians Linda Davis and Lang Scott, Scott began pursuing her own career just after high school before securing a record deal with Lady A. 

Dave Haywood

Dave Haywood

Dave Haywood

Dave Haywood is multi-instrumentalist and songwriter. He is one-third of the Multi-Platinum trio Lady Antebellum, in which he is a vocalist, plays guitar, piano and mandolin. Haywood's mother taught him to play piano and his father taught him to play guitar. 

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