Lady Antebellum Celebrates Going Platinum

It seems that a Grammy, an appearance on Oprah, multiweek No. 1 songs and writing another No. 1 song for Luke Bryan ("Do I") are not enough for Lady Antebellum.

During Nashville's Country Radio Seminar, the trio played a late night concert for several country radio programmers, including songs like "Need You Now," "American Honey," and "Hello World." Halfway through the concert, label president Mike Dungan came onstage to present them with a plaque commemorating sales of 1 million for Need You Now.

The group took the time to personally thank and hang out with radio programmers for playing their songs before leaving the party around midnight.

The trio also posted a behind-the-scenes look at their new "American Honey" video below.

Watch “American Honey”

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