Both acts will continue as Lady A
Lady A, formerly known as Lady Antebellum until last week, have reached out to blues singer Lady A, who cried foul after the country trio shortened its name without realizing that the Seattle artist has released several albums under the name over the last 20 years.
“Today, we connected privately with the artist Lady A. Transparent, honest, and authentic conversations were had,” the group posted on its Instagram late Monday afternoon. “We are excited to share we are moving forward with positive solutions and common ground. The hurt is turning into hope. More to come.” The post includes screen shots of a video chat between the group, Lady A, John Oliver III of Gleanings Community Bible Church and Mississippi blues artist Dexter Allen, who have written and performed with the singer.