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Country Music's Lady Antebellum is one of the hottest acts in music. Their music often features tight harmonies, catchy melodies, and relatable lyrics about love, heartbreak, and life in the American South.

Lady Antebellum is a country music group from Nashville, Tennessee, that formed in 2006. The group consists of Hillary Scott (vocals), Charles Kelley (vocals), and Dave Haywood (vocals, guitar, piano).

Lady Antebellum's debut album, "Lady Antebellum," was released in 2008 and included the hit singles "Love Don't Live Here," "Lookin' for a Good Time," and "I Run to You." The album was a commercial success and earned the group several awards, including a Grammy Award for Best Country Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals.

The group has since released several more albums, including "Need You Now," which was released in 2010 and featured the hit title track, which won several Grammy Awards, including Song of the Year and Record of the Year.

Lady Antebellum has become one of the most successful country music acts of the 21st century, with multiple chart-topping hits and a devoted fanbase.

Lady Antebellum, now known as Lady A, has won a total of seven Grammy Awards, including:

    Best Country Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals in 2010 for their song "I Run to You"

    Best Country Collaboration with Vocals in 2011 for their collaboration with Darius Rucker on the song "Crossroads"

    Best Country Album in 2011 for their album "Need You Now"

    Record of the Year in 2011 for their song "Need You Now"

    Song of the Year in 2011 for their song "Need You Now"

    Best Country Duo/Group Performance in 2012 for their song "Barton Hollow"

    Best Country Album in 2012 for their album "Own the Night"

    The group changed their name to Lady A in 2020, following the Black Lives Matter protests and a recognition of the negative connotations associated with the word "Antebellum."

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