Lady Antebellum Albums
Lady Antebellum is a Nashville, Tennessee-based trio that became a worldwide sensation in 2009 with their smash hit "Need You Know." The country music group was established in 2006 and is composed of lead singers Hilary Scott and Charles Kelley (the younger brother of pop vocalist Josh Kelley) and pianist and guitarist Dave Haywood. The act, who is signed to the label Capitol Nashville, has released two-full length albums and a Christmas EP (extended play).
- In the spring of 2008 just two years after forming, Lady Antebellum received their self-titled debut album, "Lady Antebellum." The album's first single was called "Love Don't Live Here" and hit the radio towards the latter portion of 2007. The album, which was produced by Paul Worley and Victoria Shaw, produced a couple of other hit singles which were "I Run to You," "Lookin' For a Good Time." At the Academy of Country Music Awards, "Lady Antebellum" received an "Album of the Year" nod.
- "Need You Now" was the follow-up to 2008's debut album, and hit stores in the beginning of 2010. "Need You Now" cemented Lady Antebellum's status as international country music superstars, as the group swept the Grammy Awards with both record and song of the year. Some other noteworthy songs that are part of the album include "American Honey," "Hello World" and "Our Kind of Love," all of which are singles.
- In the autumn of 2010, Lady Antebellum released a holiday-oriented EP by the name of "A Merry Little Christmas." "A Merry Little Christmas" was solely available to buy at Target stores. The EP consists of cheerful Christmas classics such as "Let it Snow, Let it Snow, Let it Snow" and "Silver Bells," as well as a cover of "All I Want for Christmas is You" by chanteuse Mariah Carey. In terms of original material, "On This Winter's Night" is the EP's sole offering.