Lady A has paused on their upcoming fall tour to support one of her own. The band announced in a statement on Thursday that they would be suspending their planned Request Line tour, while Charles Kelly will begin a “tour of sobriety.”
The trio said they plan to extend the tour to 2023.
“It’s our greatest pleasure to be on the road with our fans, so it was a difficult but important decision.” reads the statement. “We’re a band, but more importantly… we’re a family. We’re proud to say that Charles has embarked on a journey of sobriety. So, the healthiest, strongest, and hottest right now.” To be the creative band we can be, Lady A will take time with the support of our families and team of professionals. We are grateful for your patience.”
The announcement comes at the same time that Lady A is set to release a new collaboration with Breeland titled “Told You I Can Drink”. Kelly posted about the song to her Instagram account earlier this week, writing in the caption: “Ironically I’ve stopped drinking haha.”
Breland hit on to explain the comments with a laughing emoji, “‘Maybe’ in the title is the past tense anyway.”
Lady A and Breeland teamed up for CMA Fest earlier this summer for a take on the band’s 2009 hit, “Need You Now”, which aired a performance on ABC’s television special August 3.
Only ET was backstage for a CMA Fest performance with stars like Jason Aldean, Carrie Underwood, Thomas Rhett, and more. See them in action in the video below.
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