Released November 15, 2019
What If I Never Get Over You
POSTPONED! ‘OCEANS 2020 TOUR’ – Click HERE for current tour dates
Lady A drops ‘Antebellum’ from groups’ name
Lady Antebellum is making a major change in hopes of fostering inclusivity and equality for all of the group’s fans. The trio announced on social media Thursday they’re dropping the word “Antebellum,” and now will go by Lady A. The term “antebellum” refers to the period of American Southern history before the Civil War, which included slavery. The band members — Hillary Scott, Charles Kelley and Dave Haywood — explained they originally chose the name Lady Antebellum because it reminded them of the Southern-born artists that influenced their music and an architectural style. However, they didn’t realize at the time the term would be painful to many of their listeners.
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Lady A cancels ‘Oceans 2020 Tour’
Lady A has canceled their Ocean 2020 Tour, according to a note they posted on social media on Tuesday (May 19). The trio previously postponed the dates, with a rescheduled start date of July 2 in Sacramento, California. The trio did not indicate that the shows would be rescheduled. “Out of respect and love for our fans, crews and families, we’ve made the very difficult decision to not move forward with the Ocean 2020 Tour this summer with Jake Owen and Maddie & Tae,” the trio said in a statement. “This decision breaks our hearts but the health and well-being of those we love is our first priority. Read the full story HERE.
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