Lady Antebellum Movie Is Half Concert, Half Documentary

Trio to release DVD of a concert from Little Rock, Ark.—and tons of behind-the-scenes stuff.

photo courtesy Lady Antebellum Twitter

Move over, Led Zeppelin—Lady Antebellum is releasing its own concert movie, and Lady A promises tons of behind-the-scenes footage to boot.

The trio—Charles Kelley, Hillary Scott and Dave Haywood—hosted a screening Thursday night (Oct. 11) in Nashville of their new Own the Night World Tour concert film. It'll come out on DVD, Blu-ray and digital download Dec. 4.

Most of the footage is from a June concert in Little Rock, Ark. Oh, and there are extras.

Charles says, "We carry a camera around with us everywhere, and so there's so much footage. We said we can't do one of these and not put in a bunch of behind-the-scenes footage."

Group members are psyched, even if Thursday's event was a bit weird for them.

"I mean, I think we're all feeling a little out of our comfort zones," Hillary said. "We're in a movie theater about to watch ourselves."

 

 

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