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“We were jumping out of our skin to get back on that stage and I can tell you we have not had that much fun in a really long time,” Charles Kelley says, after wrapping up the opening dates of Lady Antebellum’s You Look Good World Tour this weekend on the West Coast.

In addition to their hits, Lady A responded to the passing of Gregg Allman by adding “Midnight Rider” to their set. They also did Hillary Scott’s #1 Christian hit, “Thy Will,” as well as tunes from their new Heart Break album, which comes out June 9.

“With this new music, we set out to bring on of the biggest touring productions we have ever had and the fans responded,” Charles continues. “Everything feels great and our fans really showed up this weekend. If that’s any indicator for the rest of the summer, this tour is going to be one we remember forever!”

This week, Lady A continues their trek with Kelsea Ballerini and Brett Young with stops in Albuquerque, Phoenix, Los Angeles, and San Diego.

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