Lady Antebellum Give Fans Behind-the-Scenes Look at Recording ‘Just a Kiss’
Earlier today, Lady Antebellum treated fans to the latest installment of their Lady A Television Webisode Wednesday series, this week giving their diehard fans a behind-the-scenes look of them in the studio laying down the vocals on their current hit, 'Just a Kiss.'
The latest webisode shows Lady A members Charles Kelley, Hillary Scott and Dave Haywood in their element, recording the powerful song and working hands on with the symphony hired for the music. Haywood switches up his instruments from piano to guitar, while Scott and Kelley split singing duties in their sections of the studio.
'Just a Kiss,' which is currently just outside the Top 15 on the country singles chart, is the trio's first single from their highly-anticipated third album, slated for release later this year. The tune is showing signs of being another smash hit in their career, similar to their blockbuster song, 'Need You Now.' 'Just a Kiss' has already made Billboard chart history when it debuted at No. 7 on Billboard’s Hot 100 chart, marking the highest debut for a country group in the chart’s 52-year history.
Look for Lady Antebellum to perform the tune next week when they take the stage at LP Field during the 2011 CMA Music Festival on Friday, June 10.
Watch Lady Antebellum's Behind-the-Scenes Look of Recording 'Just a Kiss'