We've certainly seen the flood gates open when comes to concert announcements over the past several weeks. Since April 7th, we've had five country stars announce they'll be stopping in Evansville as part of their 2021 tour plans. That includes Lady A, who, on Tuesday, May 18th, announced they'll be playing the Ford Center as part of their What a Song Can Do Tour. Tickets for the show go on sale Friday, May 28th online only through Ticketmaster, but don't grab your credit or debit card just yet. You may not need it, because we're giving you the chance to win them before they go on sale!

Listen to me and Leslie during the Q Crew Morning Show between 6:00 and 10:00 a.m. all this week, and have your phone ready. When we give you the cue to call, be caller nine at 1-877-437-5995, or by tapping the "Call Us" button on the home screen of the WKDQ app to play a new game we call, "Starts with 'A.'" We'll describe something that starts with the letter "A," if you correctly guess what it is, you'll win two tickets to the show.

While we wait for the show to get here on August 29th, let's take a look at a few things you may or may not know about the group.

9 Things You May or May Not Know About Lady A

Lady A began in 2006 after Hillary Scott introduced herself to Charles Kelley at a club in Nashville after recognizing him from his MySpace account, according to Wikipedia. Charles and Dave Haywood had been friends since middle school in Augusta, Georgia, and had been writing music together for a while after Charles convinced Dave to move to Nashville. Obviously, the three clicked and released their self-titled, debut album in April 2008. Here are a few other tidbits you might find interesting.

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