Lady Antebellum Postpones Friday Concert In Ohio Due To Death Of Hillary Scott's Grandmother

Hillary Scott, Josh Kear and Charles Kelley of the band Lady Antebellum accept the Song of the Year Award for "Need You Now" onstage during The 53rd Annual Grammy Awards held at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, Calif., on February 13, 2011 Hillary Scott, Josh Kear and Charles Kelley of the band Lady Antebellum accept the Song of the Year Award for "Need You Now" onstage during The 53rd Annual Grammy Awards held at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, Calif., on February 13, 2011

Lady Antebellum has announced the sudden postponement of an Ohio concert due to a death in the family.

The country music trio says on its website that band member Hillary Scott’s grandmother has died, so the Grammy-winning group won’t perform as scheduled Friday night at the Toledo Zoo Amphitheatre.

The sold-out show has been rescheduled for Aug. 10.

Lady Antebellum says it still plans to appear Saturday night at a music festival in Sarnia, in the Canadian province of Ontario.

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