Lady Antebellum Announce 15-Date Las Vegas Residency for 2019
Lady Antebellum is getting ready to rock Sin City in 2019. The country trio announced Wednesday that they’re launching a Las Vegas residency next year at the Pearl Concert Theater at the Palms Casino Resort. “Las Vegas has always been a special place for us both personally and as a band,” says frontwoman Hillary Scott in a statement. “I’ve celebrated my birthday in Vegas and we won our first award ever as Lady A at the ACM Awards. So we are looking forward to making it our second home, bringing along some of our friends from Nashville and creating a show unlike we’ve ever put together before.” The group’s Our Kind of Vegas residency will extend over 15 shows taking place in February, May and August. Tickets go on sale to Lady A fan-club members on Monday, with general-public tickets going on sale November 2.
Luke Combs Sets New Record With 4th Consecutive #1 “She Got the Best of Me”
Luke Combs may have only one major-label studio record to his name, but he’s already setting records on the radio. Nash Country Daily reports that Combs just notched his fourth consecutive #1 on the Billboard Country Airplay chart with “She Got the Best of Me.” That feat makes Combs the only solo country artist in history to score four consecutive #1 hits on that chart with his first four singles. Combs’ other chart toppers–all off his June 2017 album This One’s for You are “Hurricane,” “When It Rains It Pours” and “One Number Away.”
Luke Bryan’s mother may have a multimillionaire son, but even her Florida home wasn’t spared from the devastation of Hurricane Michael this month. People reports that LeClaire Bryan invited a photographer to join her this past weekend as she surveyed the ruins of her residence in the Mexico Beach area. The photos show LeClaire leaning against the back of a gator vehicle and sobbing as she looks out at her destroyed neighborhood. “Most of her home was completely wiped out, despite her attempt to protect it by boarding her windows with plywood,” the outlet notes. “Paintings and artwork were stripped from the walls, cabinets were left flung open and piles of damaged furniture crowded the hallways, making it nearly impossible to walk through.” Perhaps most heartbreakingly, a framed copy of Bryan’s 2009 hit “Rain is a Good Thing”— his first #1 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart–lay shattered on the floor.
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