Lady Antebellum Videos
Country stars reveal their top pump-up songs, go-to emojis at CMA Fest
Keith Urban, Maren Morris, Lady Antebellum, Darius Rucker and more reveal their preferred pump-up songs, go-to emojis and favorite foods to cook backstage at the 2017 Country Music Association Fest.
'GMA' Hot List: Learning infant CPR basics
Near his 62 hot list from GMA today it's. Check in fantasy they're responsive baby are you okay are you okay non responsive you look for breathing any signs of breathing oil interests and you just you listen you can look they've had that's an have a visual all right so if there is none of that. We
Lady Antebellum talks new album 'Heart Break' and tour
ABC News' Rachel Scott interviews Lady Antebellum backstage at the "GMA" Summer Concert Series.
Lady Antebellum wows the Central Park crowd with their hit 'Need You Now'
The country music group performs their hit as part of the "GMA" Summer Concert Series.
Lady Antebellum performs 'Good Time to Be Alive'
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Lady Antebellum rocks out Central Park to their song 'Downtown'
The band rocks out to their fan-favorite hit as part of the "GMA" Summer Concert Series.
Lady Antebellum performs a special version of their hit 'You Look Good'
The country music group performs a unique version of the song, featuring a trumpet and trombone, live on "GMA."
Lady Antebellum performs 'Heart Break' live on 'GMA'
The country music trio rocks out to their fan-favorite hit live from Central Park.
Catching up with Lady Antebellum live on 'GMA'
These are loyal fan, definitely. Here with their title track off their brand-new album, "Heart break." Good to have you back. I always say, I end up filling in on "Good morning America" when lady antebellum is here. We're on the same schedule. The fans were upset when they heard you would take a
Mom hosts 'CPR Parties' to help educate her community on how to perform CPR
ABC News' Adrienne Bankert brings the story of a Maryland mother who started hosting parties with CPR classes after her son's life was saved by someone who knew CPR.