Lady Antebellum Honored With Their Own Corn Maze
Trend alert! Lady Antebellum is the latest country act to be enshrined ... in corn. Unlike Jason Aldean's, the country trio's tribute doesn't amount to a maize photograph. A five-acre farm at Steed's Dairy in Grovetown, Ga. recreated the funky font the group has used on their last two album covers.
From above, the Lady A maze looks easier to solve than Aldean's in Shelby, N.C. It looks like one enters at the upper left hand corner before working down through the lettering and into the guitar and up to the exit. With Aldean's, you're likely to get lost in his goatee or eyes before finding the exit, although many of his female fans won't be complaining about that.
Grovetown isn't far from August, Ga., where both Charles Kelley and Dave Haywood grew up and met in high school. According to SteedsDairy.com, the maze was designed by Corn Maze Designs, and it's just one of many attractions running through early November.
After performing on 'Saturday Night Live' this week, the band has a light touring schedule -- including an October 28 stop in Augusta -- so maybe they'll find time to go get lost in themselves.