Lady Antebellum nominated for CMT and ACM awards, new album 'Heart Break' now available
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Country trio Lady Antebellum released their new album, Heart Break, for streaming on June 1, 2017, according to the first listen on NPR. The band has been nominated for 2017 CMT and ACM Awards this year. Listen to the full album Heart Break right here.

The popular band consists of Charles, Keley, Hillary Scott and Dave Haywood. They had their first crossover success with the hit song “Need You Now,” according to NPR.

The group has been nominated for a 2017 CMT Music Award for Group Video of the Year for the hit song “You Look Good,” according to Lady Antebellum News. They are competing with the Eli Young Band with “Saltwater Gospel,” Little Big Town with “Better Man,” Midland with “Drinkin’ Problem,” and Old Dominion with “Song for Another Time.” Fans will be able to vote on the CMT website through June 5, 2017. Lady Antebellum will perform at the live show, along with top country artists Carrie Underwood, Keith Urban, Florida Georgia Line, Blake Shelton and more. The CMT Awards will be broadcast live from Nashville on June 7 at 8 p.m. ET/PT on CMT.

Lady Antebellum stole the show with a jazzy rendition of “You Look Good” at the 2017 ACM Awards, backed by the UNLV Marching Band in Las Vegas, according to Billboard. They were nominated for the 2017 ACM Award for Vocal Group of the Year, an award that went to Little Big Town.

Lady Antebellum will tour North America this summer. Fans can purchase tickets to their Aug. 29 performance at Fiddler’s Green Amphitheater in Greenwood Village, Colo. on AXS. On Oct. 10, they will perform at The O2 in London, U.K. and tickets are available on AXS