Text LADY to 68255 for a chance to win a pair of tickets to see Lady Antebellum at Musikfest on August 4th
(message and DATA RATES APPLY/ must be 18 or older to text/ Deadline to enter is June 30th, 2019 @11:59PM)
Listen to Becca and Malone’s 7:10 Experience for a chance to win tickets to see Lady Antebellum at Musikfest, courtesy of Ciocca Ford Quakertown!
Sunday, August 4 ·
Price: $64-$99 | Steel Terrace: $209
Venue: Sands Steel Stage at PNC PlazaTicket Pre-sale:
Gates: 6:00 p.m. | Show: 7:00 p.m.
- Artist Website: ladyantebellum.com
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“We couldn’t go away for almost two years and come back with a copycat of something else,” says Hillary Scott of Lady Antebellum. “We had to do something fresh and different.”
And so, for their new album, Heart Break —the seventh release from Scott and her bandmates Charles Kelley and Dave Haywood, and their first new music since 2014’s 747 – the seven-time GRAMMY award-winners decided to try a new approach. It’s not as if they were slacking during the hiatus (Kelley released the Grammy-nominated The Driver, Hillary Scott & The Scott Family won two Grammys for their faith-based debut album Love Remains, while Haywood produced and wrote with several developing acts), but they always knew they would get back to making Lady A music. The question was how.