Lady Antebellum's Vegas Residency Was 'Good Business'

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Lady Antebellum recently wrapped up their first residency at the Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas, and while they don’t have any more dates on the books for now, it seems like the trio would definitely be open to it.

Charles Kelley explains that there are a lot of advantages to playing a residency: [“Being in one place you can really have a production that you can spend a lot of money on and still do good business, because it is expensive to tour. I mean sitting down with our business manager and going, ‘Oh my gosh, we’re going to have to spend all this money on eight trucks and trailers and tour buses and all this stuff,’ and we get a transient audience each night with the exception of probably maybe 20 people that come back the next night or something. It’s a new audience.”] SOUNDCUE (:23 OC: . . . a new audience.)

Lady A is set to release their new album before the end of the year. It will include their latest hit single, “What If I Never Get Over You.”