Lady Antebellum Songs

February 14, 2011 by Post Team 

Lady Antebellum Songs, Lady Antebellum Grammy performance – a mash-up of Teddy Pendergrass hit “If You Do not Know Me By Now” and 1s n “American Honey” and “Need You Now” – was pretty quiet, but the trio country Grammy night overall was far from it. After winning best country song and country performance by a duo or group with voice in the pre-television, Lady Antebellum beat Jamey Johnson, Miranda Lambert, Dierks Bentley and Zac Brown Band for best country album of victory.

Charles Kelley used his few seconds to recognize the band’s label, Capitol Records, while Hillary Scott emotionally thanked God and her group of family and friends at home “who support us and keep us going on the road. ” Together, the trio gave a shout-out to country radio. Lady Antebellum fourth win came a few minutes later, when “Need You Now” beat Ray LaMontagne “Beg Steal Or Borrow,” Cee Lo Green “F ** you,” Lambert “The House That Built Me” and Eminem “Love the Way You Lie ‘for the song for all types of trophy year.

This is a group of countries of business graduates from Georgia who put their skills to work.

Their music is a mix of country and pops just enough elements to be a group of crossover. When this happens the success is always achieved, the only question is how long.

Lady Antebellum have three great singers with Hillary Scott as a singer. She has a melodious voice that lends itself to both country and state of recovery.

They have a bright future ahead of them and win prizes more.

The two gentlemen in the group with Mr. Kelley give the support needed to put the talents of the group first. Ms. Scott also has some songs where he is the lead singer.

Soul singer Teddy Pendergrass, who died a year ago, was honored a “medley” of Lady Antebellum, but maybe they could have given a little more time to the songs of Teddy. The medley began with what is probably the most recognizable hit Teddy, “If you do not Know Me By Now”, and then hit A Lady “American Honey” and “you need.”

Teddy Pendergrass had other hits, and we thought the toll would possibly also include his 1978 hit “Close the Door” in 1978 or 1988, his hit “Joy”. Pendergrass has been nominated for five Grammy Awards, although he never won.

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