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Nodding back to some of their earliest hits like “I Run to You,” Charles Kelley, Hillary Scott and Dave Haywood dial up the drama in “What If I Never Get Over You.” Produced by Dann Huff and written by Sam Ellis, Jon Green, Ryan Hurd and Laura Veltz, the song imagines two people and the open wounds that prevent them from ever fully moving on.In classic Lady Antebellum fashion, Kelley and Scott each take a verse as if telling two different stories, or maybe even two sides of the same one.“Being on the road and writing new songs, we found ourselves wanting more of that high energy material,” Haywood remembers.“We came up with songs like ‘Bartender’ and ‘Long Stretch of Love,’ with that big feeling that really hits you hard in an arena.” During gaps in the band’s busy touring schedule, Lady Antebellum returned to Nashville and recorded the new songs with Grammy-winning producer Nathan Chapman.After spending years at the top of the Country charts, Lady Antebellum is ready to pull up the wheels and climb even higher.
but even the biggest groups need to reach outside their comfort zone.
As Lady Antebellum’s Charles Kelley looks forward to celebrating his tenth wedding anniversary later this year, his wife Cassie is playfully revisiting a time when things weren’t quite as rosy for the couple.“One of Charles and I’s first big fights (happened) when (Lady Antebellum) were opening up for the Doobie Brothers in Ohio and (Charles) asked if I could sell merchandise,” Cassie recalls with a laugh during a recent podcast interview.
“I was like, ‘Ugh, no.’ In hindsight, that was so rude of me.”While that was a rather tame disagreement, the couple did have their share of growing pains as Lady Antebellum propelled toward stardom.
Bandmates Charles Kelley, Hillary Scott and Dave Haywood may have formed the group in Nashville, with all three singers harmonizing for the first time around Haywood’s piano, but they earned their stripes on the road.
That’s where Lady Antebellum truly came alive, mixing the rootsy stomp of forward-thinking Country music with the swooning, sweeping sound of three voices that were born to mesh.
Lady Antebellum has spent plenty of time in all three.