Lady A forestalls all 2022 deadlines to help Charles Kelley’s journey to sobriety


On Thursday (Aug. 4) Sunday, Popular music pairing Lady A declared that they would feel delaying the remainder of their tours “Request Line Tour” with the help of Charles Kelley’s aide “journey to sobriety.” “We have decided to postpone our Request Line Tour until next year” the team — which also contains Hillary Scott, Dave Haywood and his commentators wrote the article. “Being on the road with our fans is our greatest joy, so it was a hard but important decision to make. We are a band, but more importantly, we’re family. We’re proud to say that Charles has embarked on a journey to sobriety. So, right now in order to be the healthiest, strongest and most creative band we can be, Lady A will take the time, with the support of our families and team of professionals, to walk through this together. It’s early on this road, but we are determined to do what will best set us up for many more years together.” Lady A: Request Line Tour Update Photograph. Facebook. The /jhcoHWBx0s — Lady A (@ ladya) August 4,2009 /5 /1,2022 The group supported their comments with a helpful update “is – coming in real time” Audiences with bookings will be approached by their location of purchase in the following days. “We’re looking forward to creating 2023 our best year yet!” concluded the note. Lady A — formerly known as Lady Antebellum — has canceled other appearances including their stop at the Nebraska State Fair show on Sept. 7.3. The group’s “Request Line Tour” on 21 different dates, the show was scheduled to include a string of shows at Nashville’s historic Ryman Auditorium on Aug. 13. The group will continue to drop The tracks “I Told You I Could Drink” a collaboration with Breland, on Friday (Aug. 5). Kelley addressed the satire of the track’s title and gave rare insight into his feelings about the situation in a promo post for the single on Instagram. “Fired up for this one” He said. “Ironic since I stopped drinking haha.” View this thread on Instagram. A blog post by Charles Kelley (@ charleskelley).