Lady A shows "What a Song Can Do"
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Lady A shows "What a Song Can Do"

Wednesday, June 9, 2021 – Lady A will be out with "What A Song Can Do (Chapter One)" on June 26.

The seven-track ensemble, produced by Dann Huff and with each track penned by at least one member, is marked by their vocal harmonies in a mixture of country, rock and pop.

A new track, "Things He Handed Down," will be available on Friday.

"There's an interdependence that we have with each other, and music is at the center of that to me," Hillary Scott said. "We are all living in the now together...we're all a work in progress, and that is what we wanted to share with these songs on the first chapter."

The track list is:
1. Talk of This Town – Dave Haywood, Charles Kelley, Hillary Scott, Nicolle Galyon, Jordan Reynolds
2. What A Song Can Do – Charles Kelley, Sam Ellis, Ryan Hurd, Laura Veltz
3. Like A Lady – Hillary Scott, Dave Barnes, Michelle Buzz, Martin Johnson, Brandon Paddock
4. Things He Handed Down – Charles Kelley, Thomas Rhett, Julian Bunetta, Jesse Frasure
5. Fire – Dave Haywood, Charles Kelley, Hillary Scott, Justin Ebach
6. Chance of Rain – Dave Haywood, Charles Kelley, Topher Brown, Justin Ebach
7. Worship What I Hate – Dave Haywood, Hillary Scott, Natalie Hemby, Amy Wadge


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