Lady A

Lady A has a history of consistently participating in ACM Lifting Lives® events and fundraisers, at times even assuming hosting duties. The group made a long-lasting impression at the ACM Lifting Lives Music Camp in 2019. Campers collaborated with the band, Ro
ss Copperman and Jo
y Williams to write an original song, “Th
e Way You Love,” based on their own experiences and inspirations. The camp has the dual purpose of studying Wil
liams syndrome while providing music enrichment through performance and education. Hillary Scott was a returning Music Camp guest. A three-time ACM Vocal Group of the Year, La
dy A joined the Gr
and Ole Opry in January and recently announced a return to the road with their “Wha
t A So
ng Can Do” Tour. Over the course of their decade-plus career, Lady A has become one of the 21st century’s premier vocal groups, blending deeply felt emotions with classic Country sounds. The multi-platinum band has ushered in more than 18 million album units, 34 million tracks sold, nearly five billion digital streams and 11 No. 1 hits. The trio earned the biggest first week streams of their career with their critically acclaimed No. 1 album OC
EAN and is known for their 9X platinum hit “Nee
d You Now,” which is the highest certified song by a Country group. La
dy A has earned CMA “Voc
al Group of the Year” trophies three years in a row and were recently inducted as members of the Grand Ole Opry. Additionally, Hillary Scott was recently honored as one of 31 women leaders from diverse industries for Dr
ess for Success’ “Your H
our, Her Po
wer” campaign. The trio's newly formed Lad
yAID Scholarship Fund supports students attending Historically Black Colleges and Universities. They will make their long-awaited return to the road with the upcoming LA
G CAN DO TOUR, launching July 29th in Uncasville, CT with special guests Car
ly Pe
arce, Nik
o Moo
n and Ten
ille Ar
ts. A portion of the ticket sales will go towards Lad
yAID, the group’s philanthropic fund which supports initiatives around the world ranging from helping vulnerable children, societal and cultural issues, as well as natural disaster aid and recovery. For more information visit www.lad