Lady Antebellum To Mark 'Ocean' Release With iHeartRadio Secret Session
Lady Antebellum is marking the release of its new album Ocean with an iHeartRadio Secret Session hosted by Shannon Ella in Toronto.
Charles Kelley, Hillary Scott and Dave Haywood will give an intimate performance and talk to lucky fans who win their way in. The prize includes airfare, hotel and $500 spending cash!
Toronto has a special place in the history of Lady Antebellum. The video for the trio’s breakthrough hit “Need You Know” in 2010 was shot in the city – including inside the King Edward Hotel and Patrician Grill restaurant.
Lady Antebellum’s eighth studio album, Ocean, will be released Nov. 15. The collection includes the anthemic “You Can Do You,” the Celtic-inspired “Boots” and a collaboration with Little Big Town, “The Thing That Wrecks You.” The 13-track album was produced by Dan Huff.
“There’s this theme of returning to the core of who we are – as writers, vocalists and people – that came out in each of these songs,” Haywood explained, in a release. “Our time in the studio with Dann had an excitement that felt like we were making our first album all over again.”
Fans have already been treated to singles like “What If I Never Get Over You” and “Pictures.”
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