On Monday, (6/12), multi-PLATINUM trio Lady Antebellum performed at the iHeartCountry Album Release Party with Lady Antebellum at the iHeartRadio Theater New York, which also included a Q&A with iHeartRadio and CMT personality, Cody Alan. Lady Antebellum celebrated their sixth studio album HEART BREAK (Capitol Records Nashville), with a performance of their Top 10 smash, “You Look Good”, the album’s title-track and a new fan-favorite off the album, “Good Time To Be Alive.” They also mixed in a few of their smash hits, “Need You Now”, “Love Don’t Live Here” and “Downtown”.
The event broadcasted live nationwide across iHeartRadio’s Mainstream Country stations and livestreamed on iHeartRadio’s Official YouTube Channel via YouTube.com/iHeartRadio
Please see highlights from the show below:
· Days after the release of the sixth studio album HEART BREAK, Lady Antebellum performed a 13-song set at the “iHeartCountry Album Release Party with Lady Antebellum” at the iHeartRadio Theater New York.
· During the 60-minute show, Lady Antebellum introduced their new horn section. “They’re bringing a whole new fresh energy to so many songs in our set,” Hillary told host, Cody Alan of the horn addition to their live set. “We’re very thankful because it’s given us a way to freshen up a lot of these songs that we’ve been playing for almost 10 years.”
· The band performed the lead single from HEART BREAK and Top 10 hit, “You Look Good”, which Charles emphasized was a much-needed addition to their discography. “It kind of reminds me of when we recorded ‘Downtown.’ Whenever things feel a little uncomfortable to do, I think that’s a good thing. Music should make you feel something,”
· The band performed fan favorites “Bartender” and their smash hit, “Need You Now” before continuing with several other moments from their catalogue including their debut single, “Love Don’t Live Here” as Charles made his way through the intimate crowd serenating and taking selfies with fans during the performance.
· The show was a love letter to their new album HEART BREAK and the country genre. The band concluded the show with a tender performance of Shania Twain’s “You’re Still the One,” adding a sweet sentiment to an already celebratory evening as the crowd sang along.
2. You Look Good
3. Somebody Else’s Heart
5. Heart Break
6. Need You Now
7. Good Time To Be Alive
8. Love Don’t Live Here
9. American Honey
10. Run To You
12. Own the Night
13. Still the One (Shania Twain Cover)