What is Lady Antebellum Listening To?


If you’re like me, you probably wonder what your favorite artists listen to. Do they constantly listen to country or do they venture into other genres? And, do they ever listen to themselves?!

Hillary Scott, Charles Kelley and Dave Haywood of Lady Antebellum opened up to USA Today about their summer soundtrack and some of the songs may surprise you.

A few notables:

Hillary Scott supports other “tomatoes”:

Dibs, Kelsea Ballerini: One of my dearest friends, tour mate and a powerhouse female country artist! — H.S.

Charles Kelley is a fan of The Brothers Osborne, as EVERYONE should be:

Stay a Little Longer, Brothers Osborne: Absolutely love this song, and T.J. Osborne’s voice floors me. Check out the rest of the project from these two. — C.K.

Kelley is also a Kacey Musgraves fan:

Dime Store Cowgirl, Kacey Musgraves: My favorite female country vocalist right now writes so honestly and has such a sweet listenable voice. — C.K.

Dave Haywood shows some love for tourmate Sam Hunt:

House Party, Sam Hunt: I fell in love with his album when it came out. This is the jam of the summer, perfect for a good time. — D.H.

See the full playlist here.

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