Photo Credit: Hodges Usry

NASHVILLE, TN (October 9, 2019) – MULTI-PLATINUM-selling Superstars Lady Antebellumperformed selections from their forthcoming album for industry friends and family at 3rd and Lindsley in Nashville last night (10/8). The CMA Awards Vocal Group of the Year nominees joined Billboard West Coast Editor Melinda Newman, who moderated a discussion with the band about the process of writing and recording their first project under new label home BMLG Records. Available for pre-order now, OCEAN is out everywhere November 15.


Lady A brought the house down with an eight-song set, including “Be Patient With My Love,” “Pictures,” “Boots,” “Let It Be Love” and “Crazy Love.” They also offered a live version their Top 15-and-rising single “What If I Never Get Over You” as co-writer Ryan Hurd supported from the audience. First time collaborator and mega-producer Dann Huff was added to the lineup during an electric rendition of “You Can Do You” before Lady A capped the night with a jaw-dropping performance of their title track.


After a wave of change, Dave Haywood, Charles Kelley and Hillary Scott have watched the tides rise and fall and are embracing the power of vulnerability with their upcoming release. OCEAN marks a new beginning that brings the highly-accoladed trio back to their roots, showcasing their familiar vocal interplay and individual instruments across the emotionally resonant 13-tracks.  Over the course of their decade plus career, Lady A has become one  of  the  21st  Century’s  premier  vocal  groups, blending  deeply  felt  emotions  with  classic  sounds of the genre.  As a Country-radio staple, they have amassed record-breaking success with nine No. 1 hits while ushering in more than 18 million albums and 34 million tracks sold, plus over 4 billion digital streams. Known for their 9X PLATINUM hit “Need  You  Now,” the highest  certified  song  by  a  Country  group,  they  have earned ACM and CMA Awards Vocal Group of the Year trophies three years in a row and countless other honors –  seven GRAMMY Awards, Billboard  Music  Awards, People’s  Choice  Awards, Teen Choice Awards and a Tony Award nod. For more information on new music, visit