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Lady A signs with Big Machine

Wednesday, September 5, 2018 – Lady Antebellum has signed a deal with Big Machine Label Group, the record label announced Tuesday.

Lady A had spent its entire career with Capitol Records and most recently released "Heartbreak" in 2017. The trio has put out 7 albums since its self-titled 2008 debut.

The group - Hillary Scott, Charles Kelley and Dave Haywood - is writing and recording new music.

"We have been truly blessed throughout our career to work with some of the brightest people in music," said Hillary Scott. "We've watched BMLG become the powerhouse they are from the sidelines and couldn't be more excited to become part of their family. We hope to honor all the people who have been part of our story over the last 10 years - can't wait to work with some old friends again and are excited for where it takes us all together."

"Lady Antebellum is the consummate vocal group," said label head Scott Borchetta. "Hillary, Charles and Dave have a special chemistry that only the greatest bands of all time have and what you see is what they sing - and it's the sort of thing no label can create, only magnify. I am delighted that we get to assist them in writing the next chapter in their extraordinary career."

Big Machine President Jimmy Harnen said, "It is also the grand reuniting of a large musical family. Scott Borchetta and I worked with Linda Davis, Hillary's mom (as well as her father Lang Scott) when we were both at DreamWorks. Michelle Tigard Kammerer worked closely with Lady A when they signed to CAA, and Matthew Hargis and I helped break the band at radio on their debut album. The long associations, close ties and the group's always incredible music is literally why we do this."


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