Some of country’s best graced the stage at AA Center this past Saturday, and they did not disappoint. Coming out of the GRAMMY’s with a 7th win under their belt, Lady Antebellum proved why there were awarded Best Country Album by wowing the packed house with some stellar vocals. They captivated fans with all the favorite hits such as “Love Don’t Live Here Anymore”, “Hello World” and a special encore performance of “Need You Now”. And knowing that no concert is complete without a memorable cover, the trio gave the audience a blast from the past with their rendition of Aerosmith’s “Sweet Emotion”.
But Lady A didn’t Own The Night all by themselves. The band got a little help from their opening acts: husband and wife duo Thompson Square and Hootie-gone-country crooner, Darius Rucker. While it was certainly a country concert through and through, Rucker incorporated some throwback songs from his Hootie and the Blowfish days, and even finished his set with the Prince classic, “Purple Rain”.
Based on their performance, you’d never have guessed this was Lady A’s first headlining arena tour. The band has already accomplished so much since their first single debuted in 2008, but they do not seem to be slowing down any time soon. If you weren’t able to catch the show in Dallas, it is not one that you should miss out on. Seriously people, if you have not seen this band live then a road trip is definitely in order. You won’t regret it.
If you were here this weekend, what was your favorite moment of the night??