Charles Kelley has some special guests on his solo album and at a recent show in Florida.
The Lady Antebellum singer announced Friday (Jan 8) that he’ll release The Driver, his first-ever solo album, on Feb. 5.
The project includes the title track featuring Dierks Bentley and Eric Paslay along with a collaboration with Stevie Nicks on the Tom Petty song, “Southern Accents,” and Miranda Lambert on “I Wish You Were Here,” a tune written by the multi-talented Jedd Hughes.
However, you can’t just keep a singer like Ballerini in the audience, especially when you need a female voice to help you sing Lady A’s crossover smash “Need You Now.”
— Charles Kelley (@charleskelleyla) January 6, 2016