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Apr 28

Lady Antebellum’s Golden Release Party to Benefit Musicians On Call

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Lady Antebellum’s 2013 album, Golden. Photo courtesy of Capitol Nashville.

Lady Antebellum has announced their Golden record release show at the McKittrick Hotel, home of Sleep No More, in New York City on Tuesday, May 7 — the same day the record hits stores. Limited tickets are available for purchase exclusively through the Citi Private Pass entertainment access program.

The record release party will feature an intimate performance by the band, which will benefit Musicians On Call, an organization that brings live and recorded music to the bedsides of patients in healthcare facilities. That evening, a donation will be made to MOC on behalf of LadyAID, Lady Antebellum’s foundation formed to raise awareness and generate support for children locally, nationally and globally. The trio will also visit the pediatric unit of a local New York City Hospital. 

“Whether in New York or Nashville, Citi Private Pass enables memorable experiences for our card members to enjoy the music they love,” Jennifer Breithaupt, SVP of Entertainment Marketing at Citi, said. “This exclusive evening will celebrate new music from one of the most influential voices in country music today.”

“Musicians On Call is thrilled to have Lady Antebellum support our mission of bringing live and recorded music to the bedsides of patients by going to a New York pediatric facility and entertaining the children there,” Dr. Leslie Faerstein, Executive Director of Musicians On Call, said. “We have been honored to have Lady A’s support in the past and are so grateful to them for what they are doing in conjunction with their CD release.”

Citi card members can purchase up to two tickets on All attendees will receive a copy of Golden.


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Posted at 10:17 am, April 28, 2013 | Permalink

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