Lady Antebellum’s “You Look Good World Tour” is well underway with special guests Brett Young and Kelsea Ballerini joining the band during certain parts of their headlining run. On this go-round, Lady A has a full horn section in order to play the new music from their latest album, “Heart Break.” Those brass players give a big shot in the arm to the group’s cover songs, too.

Just check out this duet from Lady A’s Charles Kelley and Brett Young on a cover of Tim McGraw’s “Something Like That.” The two guys fire up some major country nostalgia for this performance, which is punctuated by those stellar horn section hits, as well as guitar work from Lady A’s Dave Haywood.

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Before the tour got underway, Charles had nothing but great things to say about Brett as an up-and-coming country star and talented vocalist.

Charles told Rare Country, “That’s the key for me. It’s not just about songs and hits. It’s about having something authentic. Brett’s got the very unique voice. It’s got a Gavin DeGraw-ish thing to it.”

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Of course, Brett has two back-to-back No. 1 hits already with “Sleep Without You” and “In Case You Didn’t Know.” Charles sees Brett following in the footsteps of their last tour opener, Sam Hunt.

Said Charles, “It’s fun to see that. We had Sam Hunt on the last tour, and to see Sam go from where people kind of knew him to a superstar, it’s really fun to vicariously live through these guys, ’cause we’ve been through some of that.”

For ticket information for Lady Antebelum’s “You Look Good World Tour,” head here.

Hunter Kelly is a senior correspondent for Rare Country. Follow him on Twitter @Hunterkelly.
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