Concerts: Lady Antebellum, One Direction, Peabo Bryson, Iron Maiden
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Lady Antebellum — Dave Haywood (left), Hillary Scott and Charles Kelley — plays Gwinnett Arena Friday, June 22. Photo: Williams + Hirakawa
Lady Antebellum is one of the hottest bands in the music business at the moment. It’s rare for a band to get nominated for an award before releasing its debut album, but that’s what happened to Lady Antebellum. The trio was among the nominees for the Academy of Country Music’s top new duo or vocal group in 2008, and Charles Kelley and Dave Haywood, both from Augusta, and their bandmate Hillary Scott went home with the award. Four years later, this Nashville-based outfit has three No. 1 albums, six No. 1 country singles and two Top 10 pop hits on its résumé.
7 p.m. June 22. Gwinnett Arena. $35-$79.50. Gwinnett Arena, 6400 Sugarloaf Parkway, Duluth. 770-813-7500.
Vince Gill, Sarah Jarosz
One of the most likable performers in country music, Gill first came to national attention in Pure Prairie League. He then spent