Lady Antebellum Plan Holiday Concert in Nashville to Celebrate Christmas Album
Lady Antebellum will have plenty of Christmas cheer to spread this year. Their first holiday album, 'On This Winter's Night,' released on Monday (Oct. 22), and now the trio is planning a special holiday concert in their hometown of Nashville to commemorate it.
The SunTrust Bank Presents Lady Antebellum On This Winter’s Night show will be held at Nashville's Schermerhorn Symphony Center on Dec. 3. Fans who can't make it to Music City to see the show live don't have to worry; the concert will be aired on Great American Country beginning Wednesday (Dec. 5) at 8PM ET.
Charles Kelley, Hillary Scott and Dave Haywood will bring their smooth sound to a mix of tunes for the concert, including holiday tracks from 'On This Winter's Night' (accompanied by a symphony orchestra) and some of their hits, such as 'Need You Now' and 'We Owned the Night.'
Opening for the trio will be acappella group Breath of Soul, who were hand-picked by Lady Antebellum to open the performance through online submissions. The group is comprised of Illinois natives Tony Marx, David Kempton and Jesse Upah and Las Vegas native Jake Black, who impressed the trio with their mix of silky harmonies, R&B rhythms and beatboxing. Check out Breath of Soul's medley of Lady Antebellum's 'We Owned the Night,' 'Just a Kiss,' and 'American Honey' here.