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Lady Antebellum

Wheels Up Tour BluRay

Review by Gary Hill

Lady Antebellum is a great act. They are part country and part pop rock. They are fully talented. I’ve seen several of their concert videos, and this is an act that can really perform live. This new BluRay makes that clear. It’s actually a great set with an excellent performance captured with exception video and audio quality. My only complaint, and I’ve seen this with all kinds of concert videos, is the way interview bits are interspersed within the music. It is annoying and really takes you out of the whole concert experience. I can see why a film-maker might do it, but what I can’t understand is why there is never an option to watch just the concert without the interview clips. Still, it’s not a huge complaint as this is a solid set of live performances.

This review is available in book format (hardcover and paperback) in Music Street Journal: 2016  Volume 1 at lulu.com/strangesound.

 
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