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Lady A

Lady A walk the line dividing modern country and adult contemporary, specializing in softer songs laden in melody and harmony. "I Run to You," their first Country number one, introduced this blend, but its 2009 sequel, "Need You Now," turned Hillary Scott, Charles Kelley, and Dave Haywood into crossover stars as it peaked at number two on Billboard's Hot 100. The trio continued to reach the pop Top 40, all the while racking up a series of number one singles on Billboard's Country Airplay that offered variations on their soothing country-pop into the 2020s: "American Honey," "Just a Kiss," "We Owned the Night," "Downtown," "Bartender," "Champagne Night," and "Friends Don't Let Friends." The group formed when Scott met Kelley and Haywood in Nashville, and after a few months of performing around the area, they signed with Capitol Nashville in 2007. Lady A's first single, "Love Don't Live Here," peaked at number three on the country charts. A self-titled debut album followed in April 2008, featuring production from Victoria Shaw and Paul Worley and stocked with more country hits (including the chart-topping single "I Run to You," which also enjoyed crossover success as a Top 40 pop hit).Within a year-and-a-half, Lady A's debut had gone platinum and earned a Grammy nomination, and the band enjoyed their newfound success while putting the finishing touches on a second album. Need You Now appeared in early 2010, and its leadoff single, "Need You Now," became the group's highest-charting song to date, topping the country charts and peaking at number two on the Billboard Hot 100. It eventually sold over three million copies. The album experienced similar success, going gold during its second week of release and reaching platinum status soon after. By early 2011, Need You Now had sold more than three million copies in America alone, and the band took a break from recording a third studio album in order to attend the Grammys, where Lady A took home five awards.