Lady Antebellum Releasing Live Documentary-Style ‘Own the Night’ DVD
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be a member of a Grammy Award-winning country music trio? Here's your chance! Lady Antebellum has announced plans to release a live 'Own the Night' DVD, a mix of live concert videos and documentary footage (a la the popular television series 'The Office') to give fans an intimate glimpse of life on the road as one of the hottest touring acts in country music.
"To me, the most entertaining parts of watching things and bands is what goes on behind the scenes," member Charles Kelley tells ABC News Radio. "So, there's a lot of that. It's almost a little documentary-style slash concert DVD."
Filmed mostly during a recent tour stop in Little Rock, Ark., the 'Wanted You More' singers acknowledge that their devoted fans have played a huge part in the creation and release of the new project. "We had a bunch of really great fans that night that we all kind of prepped them about it," Dave Haywood explains.
Lady Antebellum has been rather generous to their online fans since their debut in 2008, giving their legions of loyal followers more than 200 installments of their popular 'Wednesday Webisode' viral series. The band promises that no piece of footage caught on camera in the last six years of being a traveling band is off limits for their new DVD package.
Though no release date has been announced, the trio is currently gearing up for their release of their first full-length holiday-themed album, 'On This Winter's Night,' which will hit stores in Oct. 22. Lady Antebellum also recently announced that they are also back in the studio working on the follow-up studio album to their 2011 platinum release, 'Own the Night.'