Lady A may never have existed if not for MySpace. That's where Hillary Scott and Charles Kelley first met, but it wasn't until she recognized him at a Nashville music club that she joined him and his former middle school classmate Dave Haywood in the new group they were forming. They achieved instant success with their first single, "Love Don't Live Here," which reached No. 3. Their third single, "I Run to You," gave them their first No. 1 hit, but it was their fourth single, "Need You Now" -- the lead single from their sophomore album -- that proved their career breakthrough, winning them crossover success, headliner status and an armload of awards. Subsequent songs like "Just a Kiss," "Downtown" and "Bartender" have seen the group expanding their parameters with more up-tempo songs and contemporary productions, which has helped them grow into one of the most successful headlining acts in country music today.
Lady A, Blues Singer, Speaks Out on Lawsuit From Country's Lady A
"I am not going to be erased," the independent artist says.
Country's Lady A Suing Blues Artist Lady A for Trademark Rights
The suit alleges that White is “attempt[ing] to enforce purported trademarks rights in a mark that Plaintiffs have held for more than a decade."
Lady A, McGraw + Paisley Bring Country to Macy's 4th of July Show
Yes, there will be fireworks!
Darius Rucker + Lady A to Release New Song Together This Summer
The two veteran country artists are teaming up.
Lady A Reach Out to Blues Singer Lady A for 'Fruitful Discussion'
The trio and blues singer have found "positive solutions" and "common ground."
Blues Singer Lady A Objects to Lady A's Name Change
“For them to not even reach out is pure privilege," she says.
Lady Antebellum Drop Slavery-Tied 'Antebellum' From Name
Lady Antebellum have officially changed their name to Lady A.
Lady Antebellum Surprise Superfans for Their Tenth Aniversary
What a sweet surprise.
Lady Antebellum Bring 'Champagne Night' to 'The Voice' Finale
It was such a fun performance.