See Lady Antebellum Perform ‘Bartender’ at the Grand Ole Opry [Exclusive Premiere]
It's always a party when Lady Antebellum are asked to play the iconic Grand Ole Opry circle. Recently, the trio stopped by to deliver their big hit 'Bartender.'
“We’re gonna play the first single off of our brand new record,” Hillary Scott told the anxious crowd before launching into the song.
In the video -- premiering exclusively on Taste of Country -- the superstar stands in the iconic circle, fiddling with her earpiece, with her bandmates nearby. She starts the upbeat party song, manning the stage and looking like she's having fun doing it. Charles Kelley soon joins her, joining her vocals in perfect harmony.
Scott looks every bit a lady in her black sheer top and purple pants. She's even paid tribute to some of the 'Bartender' lyrics on this night, sporting her best "sky high leather boots" on the famed stage.
'Bartender' was the first single released from the country trio's new album '747,' which dropped on Sept. 30. The song is a fun take on a fresh heartbreak, as a woman tries to mend her broken heart with a night on the town with her best girls. Although the song primarily features Scott on vocals, her trio partners join in from time to time, and Kelley especially helps bring this song to life on the Opry stage.
Buy Lady Antebellum's '747' right here.
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