Lady A to Share Bill With Bruce Springsteen

“I’m going to be like a little kid at Christmas watching Springsteen’s show,” Lady A’s Charles Kelley says.

Several of today's country stars have shown love for veteran rocker Bruce Springsteen, and Lady Antebellum is the latest.

The country trio will share the bill with the Boss July 14 at the Hard Rock Calling music festival in London. Lead singer Charles Kelley is beside himself.

"I'm going to be like a little kid at Christmas watching Springsteen's show," Charles said in a statement.

Just last month, Kenny Chesney played a Springsteen song on Jimmy Fallon's late-night show, continuing Kenny's decade-long relationship with Bruce.

And, back in November, Springsteen showed up backstage at  a Taylor Swift show in Raleigh, N.C., played a song for her backstage on her guitar and then signed the guitar.

 

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