A few weeks ago as most of Tinseltown and the pop haven known as Nashville decided to get “woke” on racial matters, the band Lady Antebellum decided to change their name. They would perform in future as Lady A, a moniker their fans allegedly have pinned on them for quite some time.
Meanwhile blues singer Lady A performed, and she had nothing to do with the pop country band formerly known as Lady Antebellum.
Lady Antebellum’s new song, “What I’m Leaving For”, is a reminder of what we trade off, by necessity, in order to succeed. Listening to it for the first time I was reminded of demands my own work, and that of my husband, placed on us, and the feelings inspired when either of us had to be absent from the family. The video, replete with scenes from the band’s personal life, perfectly illustrates the push and pull of necessity. Once you’ve ‘adulted’, you quickly figure out that work is a necessity, not a luxury, regardless of what you do for a living. Continue reading “Lady Antebellum reminds us of necessary tradeoffs for success”
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