Lady Antebellum

Lady Antebellum is preparing to take the Vegas stage at The Palms Casino Resort. The band met with Jaymes Vaughn to talk about their show, their evolution, and what they most look forward to next.

Making Lady Antebellum

Now that the band has transitioned from their hard partying days on the road to family life, they maintain that they can still hang, but less often than before.

"The majority of the time, it is a glass of wine and bed by nine." - Hillary Scott

While the band settles into family life and Las Vegas itself, their new show will revisit their climb to the top through an extensive music catalog.

Be prepared for a journey from their early days, even before they were known as Lady Antebellum, to where they are today.

Lady Antebellum's Our Kind of Vegas

The band is excited to perform in Vegas, and is ready to give fans a new experience with a collection of songs spanning the group's history.

"[It has] some deep cuts too, I mean this kind of venue, you're allowed to play some of those songs we love and wish we could have put out to radio, and there's a few that you’ll hear in there on those medleys we’ll get to do as well." - Dave Haywood

This new residency, Our Kind of Vegas, is a huge step for the group, and they're excited to see the crowds keep coming back.

"We’re stronger now than we feel like we’ve ever been." - Charles Kelley

Be sure you check out Lady Antebellum when you're in Las Vegas!

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