Hell yeah! Lady Antebellum crushed it with an amazing performance of their hot new single ‘You Look Good’ during the Academy of Country Music Awards Apr. 2. We’ve got all the details on the scorching good time that included the UNLV marching band.
Mind blowing! Fans have been waiting nearly three years for a new album from Lady Antebellum and the band gave a fine first sampling with their new song “You Look Good” at the 2017 ACMs. The weren’t up for any awards this year, so the band was able to focus all of their attention on giving us the most incredible performance of the night and boy did they deliver! A full horn section thanks to the UNLV marching band was incorporated to bring the jam alive, and boy did the group have a blast onstage!
Hillary Scott, 30, Charles Kelley, 35, and Dave Haywood, 34, make up country’s favorite trio and they were simply there to have a good time and entertain the audience at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas on Apr. 2. Their smooth ode to the joys of dating a hottie got everybody swaying to the beat of the infectious tune. We’re SO glad they’re back with a whole bunch of new music as they’re due to release their sixth studio album Heart Break on June 9, and back it up with the upcoming You Look Good world tour!https:
— Lady Antebellum (@ladyantebellum) April 3, 2017
The trio took a much need breather during their self-imposed hiatus, where each member took some much-needed family time. They eventually left their loved ones back in Nashville and headed to LA to write the majority of the songs for Heart Break. Dave even cooked meals for his co-horts in their rented home below the Hollywood sign, something you can see in their lyric video for “You Look Good.” The vid also includes the band mates frolicking in the sunny backyard pool and drinking wine and cocktails while participating in cute Polaroid picture contests.
Now that they’ve rested up and are raring to go, the bandmates say they are “more excited than we’ve been in 10 years,” about the new album. Lady A are seven-time Grammy Award winners who have sold more than 18 million albums and earned nine No. 1 hits. We have a feeling Heart Break is only going to add more trophies and chart toppers to their already impressive resume.
HollywoodLifers, what did you think of Lady Antebellum’s performance at the ACMs?