Charles Kelley takes a solo break from Lady Antebellum on his small club tour to promote his new single “The Driver”
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Where You’ve Seen Charles Kelley: as one third of the Grammy-winning country outfit Lady Antebellum
How He’s Different on This Tour: besides going solo, he’s taking his act out of the arena and into the smaller clubs
What You’ll Hear: his lead solo single, “The Driver,” demonstrates a grittier attitude, and was praised by The Guardian praised for “driving the genre out of its summer party haze and into a welcome season of introspection.”