What Is This “American Honey” Song, Mate?

Aussies know a few Lady A hits, but . . .

Photography by: John Russell/CMA

Charles Kelley of Lady Antebellum says he’s still a bit jet-lagged from returning from the group’s first-ever tour of Australia a week ago.

But he’s still pumped about playing with Keith Urban on sold-out tours throughout Keith’s homeland.

Charles did say they got a slightly different reaction to their show from Aussies than they might here in the States.

“The only two singles released over there were ‘Run to You’ and ‘Need You Now’ so far,” he told reporters.

“So it’s kind of funny playing some of the other hits and you can tell half the crowd didn’t know it. But there were a lot of people singing along to all the words to every song. And it’s always wild to see that.”

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