Lady Antebellum Make Return To The Stage On Live on Letterman

(Radio.com) The one thing that was most clear during Lady Antebellum's Live on Letterman webcast Thursday night (Nov. 14), was that the three principle bandmates (Hillary Scott, Charles Kelley, Dave Haywood) were thrilled to be back on stage.

Kelley noted to the audience during the performance that it was the group's first full show in nearly six months. "Can you tell we're excited?" he asked the fans.

Chief reason for that delay in live performances came thanks to Scott and her husband, Lady Antebellum drummer Chris Tyrrell, who became first-time parents this past July.

But on Thursday, it was Scott who probably smiled the hardest and beamed the strongest during the ten-song showcase. "This is so fun!" she giggled at one point.

The latest installment in CBS's Live on Letterman franchise, the webcast was shot live from the stage of New York's Ed Sullivan Theater (home to The Late Show with David Letterman), an intimate setting for a GRAMMY-winning group that these days normally headlines arenas (their Take Me Downtown Tour begins in January). A lot more including photos.

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