Amarillo, Texas -
Lady Antebellum has quite and extensive resume; six time Grammy award winners, New Artist of the Year by the Country Music Association in 2008 a a self-titled double platinum debut album and the list goes on and on. But why stop when you're on top? Lady A's not. They said they tried to embrace new sounds with their fourth album "Golden." After releasing "Downtown," the first single from the album, they wanted to go with a more energetic song like "Compass."
On to a different lady, but hold the applause. Lady GaGa released her third album, "ARTPOP" which isn't living up to it's expectations. It bears the skeletal outlines of everybody else's 2013 hits. The album is all over the place with songs that bear the resemblance of rave, disco and Euro-inspired EDM, along with lyrics that are just down right strange.
Forte, who's the multicultural, tenor trio who connected online but met just days before their audition for America's Got Talent. "Forte's" their self-titled debut album and they're currently headlining their own show in Las Vegas. The album consists of various cover songs they performed while they were on America's Got Talent, most of them sung in Spanish.