Lady Antebellum Deliver Remote Performance Of ‘I Run To You’ From Their Homes

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One of the highlights of the coronavirus lockdown has been the opportunity to see some of our favorite artists in a rare setting. Country artists like Keith Urban, Thomas Rhett, Jake Owen, Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood have treated fans to free concerts online. These have streamed from the artists’ living rooms, basements and backyards, and have shown fans a real, unfiltered side of some of our country music favorites.

Other artists have resorted to remote collaborations where each vocalist or band member records their part from their own home, then the parts are pieced together to form a unique performance while abiding by social distancing guidelines.

On Sunday (March 29), country super group Lady Antebellum shared one such remote collaboration of their 2009 Grammy Award-winning song “I Run To You.” The video shows Lady A leads Hillary Scott, Dave Haywood and Charles Kelley joined by their band mates to perform the song.

The video caption was a note from the group encouraging their fans to ask for help if they are struggling and adding that “we’re all in this together and we will get through this.”

“We know a lot of people are struggling right now, and we encourage you to lean on the ones you love. Don’t be afraid to ask for help when you need it—we’re all in this together and we will get through this,” the band wrote. “Even though everyone is in different places physically right now, music has continued to bring us back together.”

Check out Lady Antebellum’s remote collaboration of “I Run To You” in the video below.