Lady Antebellum On Group Therapy, New Music & Their First Residency

Lady Antebellum just announced their first-ever Las Vegas residency Our Kind Of Vegas launching February 8th at the Palms Casino Resort's Pearl Concert Theater. The residency will bring Nashville to Sin City with stripped-down performances each night that will feature the stories and songwriters behind the group's fan-favorite hits. 

While talking with The Bobby Bones Show, the group shared they have continued to go to group therapy to make sure they're all on the same page. They love the therapy saying that it's helped them communicate better with the things they want and need as a band. As far as new music goes, the group says they have over 60 songs they're trying to narrow down for the next record. They expect to be in the studio early next year and fans can expect a different vibe on the album considering all of the places each band member is at in their lives. From new experiences to bigger families, their new music will be "an honest look at that."

While the band didn't record a song for the soundtrack of A Star Is Born, they are obsessed with each of the songs as they have personal connections to some of the writers. They performed "Always Remember Us This Way." 

Watch the full interview on Bobby Bones Show below. 

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