Everyone knows "Need You Now" like the back of their hand. You couldn't shop, take the elevator, hit up the club or even walk down the street without hearing it back in 2010. As the anchor to Lady Antebellum's sophomore album, of the same name, the brooding late-night ballad catapulted the group to superstardom: it spent a mammoth five weeks at No.1 on Billboard's Hot Country Songs and hit the summit on several pop leaderboards, including Adult Contemporary and Adult Top 40. It redefined their careers and sent them down a path of sultry mid-tempos about heading "Downtown," getting drunk from the "Bartender"s coolly-mixed beverages and feeling funking with "You Look Good."
And along the way, they've notched some fairly artistic stories, the deep cuts embedded on albums like 2011's underrated Own the Night and 2013's ripe and bright Golden. Their hit singles, which include "Just a Kiss," "American Honey" and "Love Don't Live Here," don't tell the full picture of their capabilities. So, One Country has put together the definitive list of 10 best deep cuts, spanning their nearly decade-long career.