Lady Antebellum Discusses Hiatus on 'Good Morning America' and 'Nightline'
October 5, 2015 at 10:24 AM (PT)
This MORNING (10/5) CAPITOL NASHVILLE group LADY ANTEBELLUM appeared on ABC-TV's "Good Morning AMERICA" to discuss the group's hiatus and band member CHARLES KELLEY's upcoming solo album (NET NEWS 10/1). He discussed his decision to pursue a solo project and promoted his new single, “The Driver,” featuring DIERKS BENTLEY and ERIC PASLAY. "LADY ANTEBELLUM is always going to be my priority," he said, "and it was perfect timing." See the full interview here.
Fellow band mates HILLARY SCOTT and DAVE HAYWOOD discussed their plans for the LADY A hiatus. "We're going to be just really digging into songwriting and working on the next record," said SCOTT. "We don't know how long that's going to take, you know. We want to have a little time at home, get some good family time for a bit," said HAYWOOD. The trio will also be on ABC-TV's "Nightline" TONIGHT (10/5) at 11:35p (CT). For more information, visit LADY A's website here.