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Lady Antebellum Planning DVD Release to Commemorate Own the Night Tour

Capitol NashvilleLady Antebellum is planning to release a DVD to commemorate their Own the Night tour.  The group filmed their show in Little Rock, AR for the project, which should be coming out pretty soon.

Band member Dave Haywood tells ABC News Radio, "We had a bunch of really great fans that night that we all kind of prepped them about it.  So yeah, we filmed that show and are working on kind of putting that together."

In addition to the concert footage, Lady A will give fans a glimpse into their life on the road with this DVD.

"To me, the most entertaining parts of watching things and bands is what goes on behind the scenes," explains Lady A's Charles Kelley. "So, there's a lot of that.  It's almost a little documentary-style slash concert DVD."

Lady A fans can expect some vintage footage of the band's early days on the DVD too.  The band has been making and uploading videos of their journey to YouTube since they first started.

Dave says, "We had the video camera out the first time we heard our song on the radio in 2006, I guess.  So, lot of good old footage in there."

There's no release date for the Own the Night tour DVD yet.  Lady Antebellum's next release is their first full-length Christmas album, On This Winter's Night, due out October 22.

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