Lady Antebellum Loves to Hit Other Acts’ Live Shows

“I don’t think we ever want to stop being fans,” Dave Haywood tells The Wall Street Journal.

Country acts cannot live on country music alone.

A few years back, Reba McEntire went to a KISS concert at Nashville's Bridgestone Arena.

And Reba's not the only country act taking in non-country shows.

Lady Antebellum, on a night out in New York with a Wall Street Journal reporter, hit a live show by My Morning Jacket ("I'm Amazed").

The trio also has taken in recent shows by pop princess Katy Perry, R&B singer Sade and British rocker Jeff Beck.

"I don't think we would ever want to stop being fans," Lady A's Dave Haywood told the newspaper.

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