• Sunday, August 7, 20167:30 PM

    Lady Antebellum

    with special guest Ryan Kinder

    Making their Fraze Pavilion debut 9 years ago on June 5, 2007 with Jack Ingram and returning to the Fraze Pavilion stage 10 days later on June 16 opening for a sold-out Doobie Brothers show, Lady Antebellum is sure to be a must see concert of our 25th Anniversary Season!

    Planes, trains and automobiles. Lady Antebellum has spent plenty of time in all three. Driven by the need to continually evolve, the country trio always seems to be in transit, pushing toward a newer, bolder sound one minute and hitting the road for a worldwide tour the next. Sometimes, those two things happen at once.

    With 747, Lady Antebellum’s fifth album, the band captures the speed and spirit of its critically- acclaimed live show in 11 new songs. Bandmates Charles Kelley, Hillary Scott and Dave Haywood may have formed the group in Nashville, with all three singers harmonizing for the first time around Haywood’s piano, but they earned their stripes on the road. That’s where Lady Antebellum truly came alive, mixing the rootsy stomp of forward-thinking Country music with the swooning, sweeping sound of three voices that were born to mesh.

    The band blends contemporary country with soulful 60s R&B into an infectious brew that relies on the trio’s rich harmonies and impeccable instrumental skills. Together they are a chart-topping, Grammy-winning juggernaut with songs like “Need You Now,” “Just A Kiss,” “American Honey,” “I Run to You,” “Bartender,” “Long Stretch of Love,” and more! Don’t miss their performance at Fraze Pavilion this summer as we celebrate 25 seasons of “Summer’s Best Music.”

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    Ryan Kinder

    Ryan Kinder

    For Alabama native Ryan Kinder, it’s all about the music. Whether he dons his favorite boots or rocks his vintage Chuck Taylors when he takes the stage, the music is what demands audiences’ attention and defines this up-and-coming sensation with a soulful Southern sound. “I just let the music do the talking,” says Kinder.

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    • Lady Antebellum

    above video: Lady Antebellum, "Need You Now"

    above video: Lady Antebellum, "Just A Kiss"

    above video: Ryan Kinder, "Something"

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    Pat Bailey

    Pictured at right: Pat Bailey with long time friend Tina Garland What are your duties at Fraze? I’ve worked at Fraze since the summer of 2005 so this will be my 12th season. I work …

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