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Lady Antebellum
Strawberry Festival Plant City, Florida
By CSO Staff Journalist Connie Breeden

When the Grammy award winning trio Lady Antebellum took the stage at the Strawberry Festival to perform for a sold out crowd, I'm sure the screams and cheers could be heard for miles.

Nominated for "favorite country artist" of the year by the 2011 Peoples Choice Awards, Lady A brought their amazingly unique style to the stage tonight singing all of the fans favorites, starting with their first single, "Love Don't Live Here." As if that weren't enough to get the fans all hyped up and geared for a great show, they sang "Just A Kiss," a single that will be on their new album later this year. During their performance they included several tunes from their self-titled, debut, album and several songs from their second album, "Need You Now." The title cut landed the hot trio a certified triple platinum record. This song spent five consecutive weeks at number one on the Billboard Country Charts and set a record in 2009 for the longest running number one song. It eventually crossed over to the pop culture and also charted internationally.

Hillary Scott, only daughter of country music artist Linda Davis, has a voice that blends beautifully with the voices of Charles Kelly and Dave Haywood. The three of them together are in perfect pitch and harmony which makes seeing and hearing them in concert truly enjoyable.

I can only imagine how proud Paul Worley, best known as an American record producerand Victoria Shaw, a Nashville songwriter and solo artist, are feeling right about now, having produced this dynamic trio that is sitting at the top of the music charts. 

Whether your just kicking back in your home, or at the Strawberry Festival "Looking For A Good Time," then Lady Antebellum has what it takes. This is one group that won't have any problems staying on top of the music charts and keeping the vibrations felt and heard around the world.

Japan Aide - Lady Antebellum, along with several other artists have shown compassion for the devastating tragedies that has taken place in Japan. They have donated their hit song "I Run To You" to "Songs For Japan" on iTunes.  When you download this album on iTunes at the link below, all proceeds from the album sales go to support Japan's recovery.




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