Before Miley going undercover with Fallon, the Grammy award winner Lady Antebellum performed the title track from their new album called “Heart Break” in “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon”
This band already started their summer tour entitled “You Look Good” tour last May 26th with their exciting guests such as Kelsea Ballerini and Brett Young. The trek heads up the East Coast through late June before moving to the Midwest and into Canada in July.
Four days ago, we saw the trio performing the songs fresh from their new album at Nissan Stadium during the annual Country Music Association fest.
Last 2015 in Good Morning America, the group announced that they would be taking some down time once they finish their Wheels Up Tour.
During their break, Kelley was working on his solo career while band member Hillary Scott announced that she and her family would be working a gospel album titled Love Remains which was released on the 29th of July 2016.[advert id=”193533″]
Heartbreak and ‘Tonight’ guesting
Meanwhile, Lady A’s Heart Break gave the audience the taste of their break-up themed song starting it with the lyrics:
“ I paint my lips red, I turn my own head. Don’t need nobody’s help, zipping up my own dress. Pay my own tab, with my own cash, unattached. Sometimes the world alone, sounds like a sad song.”
It definitely inspires people to have some sort of empowerment after a terrible break-up.
Another highlight of the show was the band’s participation in one of Jimmy Fallon’s game called “Band Superlatives.”
Hillary Scott was unanimously voted “Most Likely to Get You Out of Trouble.” Scott and Charles tied for “Most Likely to Accidentally Leave Something Behind in a Hotel or Greenroom.” Dave won “Best Tour Bus Cook.” The band made these votes in between explaining why they deserved the superlatives.
On leaving some things, Hillary further commented, “It’s a battle between lipstick and charger.”
Watch Lady Antebellum’s performance here:
Watch the trio’s Band Superlatives game:[advert id=”193533″]
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