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What Everyone Ought To Know About Lady A

Posted on 24 October 2012 by editor

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Trio Lady Antebellum has taken the music world by storm after their chart topping album and single release of “Need You Now.”

Back in 2007 they were a newly formed group looking for a name…After a photo shoot with the trio dressed in old time garb Charles Kelly stated “We had these pictures.. that I said had a neat Antebellum feel.”   So they added the Lady part and Lady A was born.

Female star Hillary Scott (daughter of noted songstress Linda Davis) met Charles through her agent (and a check of Charles and brother Josh’s MySpace pages) and a night on the town meeting that ended with a “lets get together and write.”

Scott was married January 7th 20012.

Dave Haywood and Kelly grew up in Augusta Georgia and spent most of their school life pals.

The first album, the self titled “Lady Antebellum,” was a quick radio success in 2007.

But it was the pop-crossover sensation“Need You Now” that launched them into a household name with first week sales of over 480 thousand copies and secured a win for Grammy Song of the Year in 2011.

“Own The Night” was released in January of 2011 and also won a Best Country Album Grammy for the group.

Haywood and Kelly also have songwriting accomplishments including the smash number one “Do I” that was recorded and made a hit by Capitol Records label mate Luke Bryan.

On October 22nd Lady A released “On This Winter’s Night.”  The bands first studio Christmas album.

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Hillary Gets Hitched

Posted on 09 January 2012 by editor

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It’s starting as a very Happy New Year in 2012 for some romantic country stars.  Last week Lee Brice (A Woman Like You) got engaged… now Lady A’s Hillary Scott has tied the knot.

Scott and her fiance of six months, drummer Chris Tyrrell, were married just before sunset Saturday (Jan. 7) in upstate New York, where family and friends had gathered for the intimate ceremony. Scott was wearing a Vera Wang strapless mermaid dress with all-over lace and a tulle skirt with horsehair banding, plus hand-cut corded lace appliques, crystal and pearls.

In a message on they say, “I’d like to introduce you to Miss Hillary Scott-Tyrell,” the new groom says while the bride flashes her wedding ring and says, “We got married, and we just wanted you to hear it from us first. We love you. We’re so excited to be starting our life together, and we just had to let you in on the exciting news.”

More on the fun (and video from the couple!)  HERE

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Own The Night Video

Posted on 12 September 2011 by editor

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Lady A – Own The Night Review

Posted on 12 September 2011 by editor

“Tell me have you ever wanted Someone so much it hurts? Your lips keep trying to speak But you just can’t find the words…” – We Owned The Night

So album three begins for Lady Antebellum… the name long since shortened by most to just Lady A… a trio that has accomplished an unusual feat in country music:  they crossed over and have a comfortable foot planted in modern Adult Contemporary music and another foot still proudly planted in the Country arena.  The new album is once again produced by Paul Worley (Dixie Chicks).

Charles Kelly, Dave Haywood (both from Augusta, GA) and Hillary Scott (daughter or country queen Linda Davis a Nashville native) have come up with a solid third offering that will please fans of the incomparable “Need You Now.”

The group – in one combination or another – had a hand in writing every song except two on “Own The Night”… including the sounds like a beer commercial tagline title track.

The first single, “Just A Kiss,” has already popped to number one on Country Radio and is getting solid AC radio play too.

The big question for the trio is can this album come close to satisfying a world of show business that always wants bigger hits and more sales.    The last album was a phenominon – primarily thanks to the mega hit title track  Need You Now.

That album went on to debut with first week sales of over 480,000.   Something only matched by Taylor Swift these days.

Although we wish there was a few more fun tempo tracks there is plenty for NYN fans to enjoy on Own the Night. The Charles and Hillary harmonies soar as usual and the jangly intrumentation is still distinctly country enough to remain the pride of Nashville.  Although the trio dips into some very modern sounds – like on the rich “Somewhere Love Remains” – they still sound mainstream country.  They are one of the few contemporary country acts that could sell in a Starbucks.

Own The Night / Lady Antebellum

Own The Night Track Listing:

1. ‘We Owned the Night
2. ‘Just a Kiss’
3. ‘Dancin’ Away With My Heart’
4. ‘Friday Night’
5. ‘When You Were Mine’
6. ‘Cold As Stone’
7. ‘Singing Me Home’
8. ‘Wanted You More’
9. ‘As You Turn Away’
10. ‘Love I’ve Found in You’
11. ‘Somewhere Love Remains’
12. ‘Heart of the World’


Don’t Miss: Somewhere Love Remains


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2011 Billboard Music Awards Winners

Posted on 23 May 2011 by editor

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Taylor Swift and Lady Antebellum wan the Country album and Country Song awards at last night’s Billboard Music Awards. Eminem won the night’s biggest award the “Top Artist” trophy. The Billboard Awards took place at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada in partnership with Chevrolet and the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority (LVCVA).

This is the first year that ABC aired the event and marks the first Billboard Music Awards show since 2007.

2011 Billboard Music Awards Winners:

Top Artist:

Top New Artist:
Justin Bieber

Top Male Artist:

Top Female Artist:

Top Duo/Group:
The Black Eyed Peas

Top Billboard 200 Artist:
Taylor Swift

Top Hot 100 Artist:
Katy Perry

Top Digital Songs Artist:
Katy Perry

Top Radio Songs Artist:

Top Touring Artist:

Top Social Artist:
Justin Bieber

Top Streaming Artist:
Justin Bieber

Top Digital Media Artist:
Justin Bieber

Top Pop Artist:
Lady Gaga

Top R&B Artist:

Top Rap Artist:

Top Country Artist:
Taylor Swift

Top Rock Artist:

Top Alternative Artist:
Mumford & Sons

Top Latin Artist:

Top Dance/Electronic Artist:
Lady Gaga

Top Christian Artist:
Chris Tomlin

Millennium Award:

Touring Award:

Icon Award:

Neil Diamond

Top Billboard 200 Album:
Eminem — “Recovery”

Top Pop Album:
Justin Bieber — “My World 2.0″
Katy Perry — “Teenage Dream”

Top R&B Album:
Usher — “Raymond v. Raymond”

Top Rap Album:
Eminem — “Revovery”

Top Country Album:
Taylor Swift — “Speak Now”

Top Rock Album:
Mumford & Sons — “Sigh No More”

Top Alternative Album:
Mumford & Sons — “Sigh No More”

Top Latin Album:
Enrique Iglesias — “Euphoria”

Top Dance/Electronic Album:
Lady Gaga — “The Fame”

Top Christian Album:
Skillet — “Awake”

Top Hot 100 Song:
Taio Cruz — “Dynamite”

Top Digital Song:
Taio Cruz — “Dynamite”

Top Radio Song:
Bruno Mars — “Just The Way You Are”

Top Streaming Song (Audio):
Nelly — “Just A Dream”

Top Streaming Song (Video):
Justin Bieber Feat. Ludacris — “Baby”

Top Pop Song:
Taio Cruz — “Dynamite”

Top R&B Song:
Usher Feat. — “OMG”

Top Rap Song:
Eminem Feat. Rihanna — “Love The Way You Lie”

Top Country Song:
Lady Antebellum — “Need You Now”

Top Rock Song:
Train — “Hey, Soul Sister”

Top Alternative Song:
Neon Trees — “Animal”

Top Latin Song:
Shakira Feat. Freshleyground — “Waka Waka (This Time For Africa)”

Top Dance Song:
Edward Maya & Vika Jigulina — “Stereo Love”

Top Christian Song:
Chris Tomlin — “Our God”

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Lady A Wins Big 2011 Grammy Winners

Posted on 14 February 2011 by Bill West

Wow…. there are a lot of Grammy Awards handed out.    Of course, it’s all genres of music so it will always award more than the CMA’s or ACMs or new American Country Awards… but still.  Lots of Nominees. It was the biggest night last night for Lady Antebellum as Charles, Hillary, and Dave walked away with some big trophys.  Miranda too.    All recipients from last night’s ceremonies at the Staples Center in Los Angeles listed below.  Country first… for your convenience.

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Album of the Year: The Suburbs, Arcade Fire

Record of the Year: “Need You Now,” Lady Antebellum

New Artist: Esperanza Spalding

Song of the Year: “Need You Now,” Lady Antebellum

Country Album:   Lady Antebellum, Need You Now

Female Country Vocal Performance:   Miranda Lambert, ” The House That Built Me,” Revolution

Male Country Vocal Performance: Keith Urban, “‘Til Summer Comes Around”

Country Song: “Need You Now,” Dave Haywood, Josh Kear, Charles Kelley & Hillary Scott, songwriters (Lady Antebellum) (Need You Now)

Country Performance by a Duo or Group With Vocals: Lady Antebellum, “Need You Now”

Country Instrumental Performance: Marty Stuart, “Hummingbyrd” (Ghost Train: The Studio B Sessions)

Pop Vocal Album: Lady Gaga, The Fame Monster

Pop Performance by a Duo or Group With Vocals: Train, “Hey, Soul Sister (Live)”

Traditional Pop Vocal Album: Michael Bublé, Crazy Love

Female Pop Vocal Performance: Lady Gaga, “Bad Romance,” The Fame Monster

Male Pop Vocal Performance: Bruno Mars, “Just The Way You Are,” Doo-Wops & Hooligans

Pop Collaboration With Vocals: “Imagine,” Herbie Hancock, Pink, India.Arie, Seal, Konono No 1, Jeff Beck & Oumou Sangare, The Imagine Project

Pop Instrumental Performance: “Nessun Dorma,” Jeff Beck, Emotion & Commotion

Pop Instrumental Album: Take Your Pick, Larry Carlton & Tak Matsumoto

Female R&B Vocal Performance: Fantasia, “Bittersweet,” Back to Me

Male R&B Vocal Performance: Usher, “There Goes My Baby,” Raymond V Raymond

R&B Performance by a Duo or Group With Vocals: Sade, “Soldier of Love,” Soldier of Love

Traditional R&B Vocal Performance: John Legend & The Roots, “Hang On In There,” Wake Up!

R&B Song: John Legend & The Roots, “Shine,” Wake Up!

R&B Album: Wake Up!, John Legend & The Roots

Contemporary R&B Album: Raymond V Raymond, Usher
Rap Album: Recovery, Eminem

Rap Song: Jay-Z & Alicia Keys, “Empire State of Mind,” The Blueprint 3

Rap/Sung Collaboration: Jay-Z & Alicia Keys, “Empire State of Mind,” The Blueprint 3

Rap Performance by a Duo or Group: Jay-Z & Swizz Beatz, “On to the Next One,” The Blueprint 3

Rap Solo Performance: Eminem, “Not Afraid,” Recovery

Urban/Alternative Performance: “F*** You,” Cee Lo Green

Rock Album: Muse, The Resistance

Solo Rock Vocal Performance: Paul McCartney, “Helter Skelter,” Good Evening New York City

Rock Performance by a Duo or Group With Vocals: The Black Keys, “Tighten Up,” Brothers

Rock Song: “Angry World,” Neil Young, Le Noise

Hard Rock Performance: New Fang, “Them Crooked Vultures,” Them Crooked Vultures

Metal Performance: “El Dorado,” Iron Maiden, The Final Frontier

Rock Instrumental Performance: Jeff Beck, “Hammerhead,” Emotion & Commotion

New Age Album:Miho: Journey to the Mountain, Paul Winter Consort

Contemporary Jazz Album:The Stanley Clarke Band, The Stanley Clarke Band

Jazz Vocal Album:Eleanora Fagan (1915-1959): To Billie With Love From Dee Dee, Dee Dee Bridgewater


Latin Pop Album: Paraiso Express, Alejandro Sanz

Latin Rock, Alternative or Urban Album: El Existential, Grupo Fantasma

Tropical Latin Album: Viva La Tradición, Spanish Harlem Orchestra

Tejano Album: Recuerdos, Little Joe & La Familia

Norteño Album: Classic, Intocable

Banda Album: Enamórate De Mí, El Güero Y Su Banda Centenario

Contemporary Jazz Album: The Stanley Clarke Band, The Stanley Clarke Band

Jazz Vocal Album: Eleanora Fagan (1915-1959): To Billie With Love From Dee Dee, Dee Dee Bridgewater

Improvised Jazz Solo: “A Change Is Gonna Come,” Herbie Hancock (The Imagine Project)

Jazz Instrumental Album, Individual or Group: Moody 4B, James Moody

Large Jazz Ensemble Album: Live at Jazz Standard, Mingus Big Band

Latin Jazz Album: Chucho’s Steps, Chucho Valdés and the Afro-Cuban Messengers

Gospel Performance: “Grace,” BeBe & CeCe Winans, Still

Gospel Song: “It’s What I Do,” Jerry Peters & Kirk Whalum, songwriters (Kirk Whalum & Lalah Hathaway), The Gospel According to Jazz Chapter III

Rock or Rap Gospel Album: Hello Hurricane, Switchfoot

Pop/Contemporary Gospel Album: Love God. Love People, Israel Houghton

Southern, Country or Bluegrass Gospel Album: The Reason, Diamond Rio

Traditional Gospel Album: Downtown Church, Patty Griffin

Contemporary R&B Gospel Album: Still, BeBe & CeCe Winans

Dance Recording: “Only Girl (in the World),” Rihanna

Electronic/Dance Album: La Roux, La Roux

Alternative Music Album: Brothers, The Black Keys

Americana Album: You Are Not Alone, Mavis Staples

Bluegrass Album: Mountain Soul II, Patty Loveless

Traditional Blues Album: Joined At The Hip, Pinetop Perkins & Willie ‘Big Eyes’ Smith

Contemporary Blues Album: Living Proof, Buddy Guy

Traditional Folk Album: Genuine Negro Jig, Carolina Chocolate Drops

Contemporary Folk Album: God Willin’ & The Creek Don’t Rise, Ray LaMontagne and the Pariah Dogs

Hawaiian Music Album: Huana Ke Aloha, Tia Carrere

Native American Music Album: 2010 Gathering Of Nations Pow Wow: A Spirit’s Dance, Various Artists

Zydeco or Cajun Music Album: Zydeco Junkie, Chubby Carrier and the Bayou Swamp Band

Reggae Album: Before The Dawn, Buju Banton

Traditional World Music Album: Ali And Toumani, Ali Farka Touré & Toumani Diabaté

Contemporary World Music Album: Throw Down Your Heart, Africa Sessions Part 2: Unreleased Tracks, Béla Fleck

New Age Album: Miho: Journey to the Mountain, Paul Winter Consort

Short Form Music Video: “Bad Romance,” Lady Gaga

Long Form Music Video: “When You’re Strange,” The Doors

Spoken Word Album (Includes Poetry, Audio Books and Storytelling): The Daily Show

With Jon Stewart Presents Earth (The Audiobook)

Musical Show Album: American Idiot (Featuring Green Day)

Compilation Soundtrack Album for Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media: Crazy Heart (Various Artists)

Score Soundtrack Album for Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media: Toy Story 3, Randy Newman, composer

Song Written for Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media: “The Weary Kind”
(From Crazy Heart), Ryan Bingham & T Bone Burnett, songwriters

Instrumental Composition: “The Path Among the Trees,” Billy Childs, composer (Billy Childs Ensemble), Autumn: In Moving Pictures Jazz—Chamber Music Vol. 2

Instrumental Arrangement: “Carlos,” Vince Mendoza, arranger (John Scofield, Vince Mendoza & Metropole Orkest), 54

Engineered Album, Classical:Daugherty: Metropolis Symphony; Deus Ex Machina, Giancarlo Guerrero &Nashville Symphony Orchestra

Producer of the Year, Classical: David Frost

Classical Album:Verdi: Requiem, Chicago Symphony Orchestra; Chicago Symphony Chorus

Orchestral Performance:Daugherty: Metropolis Symphony; Deus Ex Machina, Nashville Symphony

Opera Recording:Saariaho: L’Amour De Loin, Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin
Choral Performance:Verdi: Requiem, Chicago Symphony Orchestra; Chicago Symphony Chorus

Instrumental Soloist(s) Performance (With Orchestra):Mozart: Piano Concertos Nos. 23 & 24, Mitsuko Uchida (The Cleveland Orchestra)

Instrumental Soloist Performance (Without Orchestra): Paul Jacobs, Messiaen: Livre Du Saint-Sacrement

Chamber Music Performance:Ligeti: String Quartets Nos. 1 & 2, Parker Quartet

Small Ensemble Performance:Dinastia Borja, Jordi Savall, conductor; Hespèrion XXI & La Capella Reial De Catalunya

Classical Vocal Performance:Sacrificium, Cecilia Bartoli (Giovanni Antonini; Il Giardino Armonico)

Classical Contemporary Composition: Michael Daugherty: Deus Ex Machina, Michael Daugherty (Giancarlo Guerrero), Daugherty: Metropolis Symphony

Classical Crossover Album:Christopher Tin: Calling All Dawns

Surround Sound Album:Britten’s Orchestra, Michael Stern & Kansas City Symphony

Musical Album for Children: Tomorrow’s Children, Pete Seeger with the Rivertown Kids and Friends

Spoken Word Album for Children: Julie Andrews’ Collection of Poems, Songs, and Lullabies, Julie Andrews & Emma Walton Hamilton

Comedy Album: Lewis Black, Stark Raving Black

Instrumental Arrangement Accompanying Vocalist(s): “Baba Yetu,” Christopher Tin, Soweto Gospel Choir & Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Calling All Dawns

Recording Package: Brothers, The Black Keys

Boxed or Special Limited-Edition Package: Under Great White Northern Lights (Limited Edition Box Set), The White Stripes

Album Notes: Keep An Eye On The Sky, Big Star

Historical Album: The Beatles (The Original Studio Recordings), The Beatles

Engineered Album, Nonclassical: Battle Studies, John Mayer

Producer of the Year, Nonclassical: Danger Mouse

Remixed Recording, Nonclassical: “Revolver” (David Guetta’s One Love Club Remix), Madonna

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Lady A Grammy Nominations for 2011

Posted on 02 December 2010 by editor

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Lady Antebellum’s “Need You Now” and Miranda Lambert continue a country streak with big nominations for the 2011 Grammy Awards.

Although the Grammys are not the biggie awards in the Country music world (CMAs have the big night) they are the industry standard and what everyone in the world looks at.

Lady Antebellum get the big Nomination for Record of the Year for Need You Now… The 53rd annual Grammy Awards will be shown live on CBS February 13th.

Best Country Song Nominations for The Breath You Take, Need You Now, and If I Die Young, House That Built Me, Free, and the little known I’d Love To Be Your Last.

Here’s a taste of the nominees with a link for the entire list below:

Album of the Year
The Suburbs, Arcade Fire
Recovery, Eminem
Need You Now, Lady Antebellum
The Fame Monster, Lady Gaga
Teenage Dream, Katy Perry

Record of the Year
B.o.B feat. Bruno Mars, “Nothin’ on You”
Eminem feat. Rihanna, “Love the Way You Lie”
Cee Lo Green, “F— You”/”Forget You”
Jay-Z and Alicia Keys, “Empire State of Mind”
Lady Antebellum, “Need You Now”

Song of the Year
“Beg Steal or Borrow,” written by Ray LaMontagne (performed by Ray LaMontagne)
“F— You”/”Forget You,” written by Cee Lo Green, Philip Lawrence, and Bruno Mars (performed by Cee Lo Green)
“The House that Built Me,” written by Tom Douglas and Allen Shamblin (performed by Miranda Lambert)
“Love the Way You Lie,” written by Alexander Grant, Skylar Grey, and Marshall Mathers (performed by Eminem feat. Rihanna)
“Need You Now,” written by Dave Haywood, Josh Kear, Charles Kelley, and Hillary Scott (performed by Lady Antebellum)

Best Female Country Vocal Performance
Jewel, “Satisfied”
Miranda Lambert, “The House That Built Me”
LeAnn Rimes, “Swingin’”
Carrie Underwood, “Temporary Home”
Gretchen Wilson, “I’d Love To Be Your Last”

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Posted on 10 November 2010 by editor

COUNTRY AWARDS2010 CMA Award Winners:


Brad Paisley pays tribute to his Grandfather in a humble acceptance speech. Thanks wife and the fans. “If you see a turtle on a fencepost it’s because he had help getting there…”

Single of the Year:   Lady Antebellum “Need You Now”

New Artist Of The Year: Zac Brown Band

Vocal Group Of The Year: Lady Antebellum

Single Of The Year: “Need You Now” Lady Antebellum

Song Of The Year: “The House That Built Me” Miranda Lambert

Male Vocalist Of The Year: Blake Shelton

Vocal Duo: Sugarland

Female Vocalist: Miranda Lambert

Musical Event: “Hillbilly Bone” Trace Adkins / Blake Shelton

Entertainer Of The Year: Brad Paisley

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CMT Artist Of The Year

Posted on 06 October 2010 by Bill West

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NASHVILLE – October 5, 2010 – CMT will honor Jason Aldean, Lady Antebellum, Taylor Swift, Carrie Underwood, and Zac Brown Band, as the top artists of the year in the new 90-minute special, CMT ARTISTS OF THE YEAR, premiering Friday, December 3. Taping in Nashville, CMT ARTISTS OF THE YEAR will bring the honorees together with their peers, as well as celebrities from across the entertainment spectrum for a glamorous evening of star-studded performances from the country world and beyond, all in celebration of the successes of the past year.

CMT ARTISTS OF THE YEAR acts were chosen by ranking the top five artists based on the following criteria: sales (physical albums, digital albums, and single downloads); country radio airplay based on spins; concert grosses as a headliner or co-headliner; and activity on (video streams, searches, and artist page views). The rankings were then compiled to identify the leading performers across the four categories cumulatively.

Over the past 12 months, Jason Aldean, Lady Antebellum, Carrie Underwood, Taylor Swift and Zac Brown Band have collectively received over 2.5 million plays of their current songs; sold over 8.5 million copies of their current albums; sold over 21 million individual downloads of their current singles; and topped both the touring and charts, proving themselves to be the top country artists for 2010.

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Today’s Country Hotties

Posted on 21 May 2010 by Bill West

Meet the Sexy and Talented Ladies in Country Music Today

By Joe Hansen

The likes of Loretta Lynn, Tammy Wynette, and Dolly Parton evoke images of traditionally-clad country singers decked in western-style frocks and ensembles. These are all great artists in their own and rights and have held supremacy in more ways than one. However, at present, new artists have continued to reshape and slowly change our perceptions regarding women in country music. Today, country love songs are not just about heartaches and broken relationships anymore.

In the 1990’s, artists such as Faith Hill, Shania Twain, and Lee Ann Womack first opened the doors with their brand of country music doused with sex appeal and tremendous commercial and crossover potential. Today, artists such as Miranda Lambert, Hillary Scott of Lady Antebellum, and Jennifer Nettles of Sugarland continue in this tradition, giving audiences a different and, dare we say, bolder image of modern day country singers. Let’s take a look at their career highlights.

Miranda Lambert

Twenty-six year old Miranda Leigh Lambert first broke into the scene through her participation in the 2003 season of Nashville Star, a reality TV program aired over at NBC. Her third place finish did not prevent her from eventually achieving superstardom. She later signed with Epic Records, through which she released her debut album, “Kerosene.” All four singles from the album- “Bring Me Down,” “Kerosene,” “Me and Charlie Talking,” and “New Strings”-were certified Top 40 hits. In 2007, she transferred to Columbia Records Nashville and recorded her sophomore album, “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend,” which produced her first Top 10 hit (“Gunpowder & Lead”). All of her three albums debuted at the No. 1 Spot on the Billboard Country Music Album Charts. She has been nominated for Grammys, CMAs and ACM awards in which she won a Top New Female Vocalist award in 2007.

Hillary Scott

Scott is, of course, one-third of the fast rising group Lady Antebellum (known for their harmony-driven country love songs), which recently grabbed the Award for Best Country Performance By A Duo Or Group for “I Run To You” at the recent Grammy Awards, successfully establishing their hold of the category over veterans such as Rascal Flatts and Brooks & Dunn. After graduating from high school, Scott, a country singer by heart, worked with singer-songwriter Victoria Shaw, through which she met her future band mates. Scott, a native of Nashville, TN, is not just a pretty face with a big voice, she is also an award-winning songwriter recognized for her contributions to “Love Don’t Live Here” and “Lookin’ for a Good Time,” two of Lady Antebellum’s hit songs.

Jennifer Nettles

The sexy, on-stage presence of Nettles helped propel Sugarland as one of the fast-rising musical acts of today. Together with Kristian Bush, Nettles successfully translated their electrifying stage performance into hit singles and multi-platinum record sales. Prior to joining Sugarland, Nettles had already been an established singer working the Atlanta, Georgia music circuit through her previous bands, Soul Miner’s Daughter and the Jennifer Nettles Band. Like Scott, Nettles is also an established singer and songwriter, co-writing songs with Cory Jones for two Soul Miner’s Daughter albums, “The Sacred and Profane” (1996) and “Hallelujah” (1998).

Joe Hansen is a music expert, specialized in country songs reviews.

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