Lady Antebellum closed out the North American leg of their You Look Good World tour on Saturday (September 9th) in Nashville. The night included all of their hits and a few special tunes, including a couple covers in tribute to the country music members who lost their lives on Friday (September 8th). Hillary Scott, Charles Kelley and Dave Haywood sang Don Williams' “Good Ole Boys Like Me” and Montgomery Gentry’s “Where I Come From” in honor of Troy Gentry.
Hillary said, “It’s been a sad week for country music, especially in the city of Nashville. We just want to say formally how much they’ve impacted us as artists and how much we’re going to miss them. But we’re so thankful that their music lives on forever, and our prayers and thoughts are with their family and everybody who loved them, who loves them to this day.”
The trio closed out their tribute with a performance of "Thy Will" from Hillary's family’s Grammy-winning gospel album Love Remains.
The night included performances by special guest Kelsea Ballerini and Brett Young. The two returned to the stage to perform with Lady A, with Brett joining Charles for a cover of Tim McGraw’s “Something Like That,” and Kelsea joining Hillary for their rendition of Beyonce’s “Crazy in Love.”
The You Look Good World tour heads overseas beginning on October 1st.