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Nov 1

Lady Antebellum Heads to NYC to Celebrate Golden Deluxe

Lady Antebellum Heads to NYC to Celebrate Golden Deluxe

Lady Antebellum photo by Joseph Llanes, courtesy of The GREENROOM.

Lady Antebellum will be in New York City to celebrate the release of their new album, Golden Deluxe, in stores November 11. They will kick things off on Monday, November 11 with a two -performance on NBC’s Today. On November 14, they will perform on Katie, then visit the Late Show with David Letterman on November 15. The new album features their latest single, “Compass.”

“We’ve been itching to get this new material out the past few months,” Dave Haywood said. “It’s so great to be back onstage together after having the summer off from touring. There’s new music, new excitement and lots to look forward to in Lady A world. We can’t wait for fans to hear all the new material on the Deluxe Edition of Golden, it’s all for them! Now [we're] fine tuning the set list for the tour to kick off in January!”

Fans will also be able to tune in to see Lady A’s full concert from the historic Ed Sullivan Theatre as part of the Live On Letterman concert webcast series on Thursday night, November 14. Golden Deluxe includes previously-released tracks off their Golden album in addition to six bonus tracks for the new release.

Lady Antebellum will perform “Compass” during the CMA Awards, which air live from Nashville on ABC at 8/7c on November 6. They will kick off their Take Me Downtown Tour in January.

Golden Deluxe Bonus Tracks:

1. “Compass”
2. “And The Radio Played”
3. “Life As We Know It”
4. “Need You Now” (an iTunes Live Session Performance)
5. “Just A Kiss” (Backstage Acoustic Session)
6. “I Run To You” (an iTunes Live Session Performance)

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