Lady A Celebrates a No. 1

photo by ADAM BOATMAN/ROCK THE BOAT PRODUCTIONS

Lady Antebellum welcomed industry executives, media and invited special guests to help celebrate another in the group’s long line of achievements, their fourth No. 1 single, "Our Kind of Love," on Wednesday, Oct. 6.

The trio—Charles Kelley, Hillary Scott and Dave Haywood—marked the occasion at a luncheon party at the Hard Rock Cafe in Nashville. Also honored during the big afternoon was pop songwriter Michael Busbee, who goes by the single-word name of “busbee,” co-writer of the hit with Hillary, Charles and Dave.

“We feel so loved and taken care of by this community and we are so appreciative,” Hillary told the crowd, after acknowledging that her parents, Lang Scott and singer Linda Davis, were on hand for the occasion. “We feel so humbled and blessed to be able to do this for a living.”

During the party, the members of Lady A also found out that their album, Need You Now, had been certified triple platinum for sales of three million copies.

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