Lady Antebellum are only a day away from kicking off their long-awaited (and previously postponed) Take Me Downtown Tour, and now it seems the trio will have a new manager at the helm.

The Grammy-winning group have signed with Red Light Management, whose other clients include Tim McGraw, Faith Hill, Dierks Bentley and Luke Bryan, among others. Fusion Music's Daniel Miller, who worked with Lady A at their former management company, Borman Entertainment, will be part of their day-to-day management team.

The news comes as the trio continue to ride a lengthy wave of success. Their latest album, 'Golden,' soared to No. 1, and has already earned them three Top 20 singles, including their latest single, 'Compass,' which is steadily climbing the charts.

“It was love at first listen with ‘Compass,’” band member Dave Haywood says. “You hear people talk about songs they knew they couldn’t live without, and this is one of them for us. Once we all got in the studio to record our parts and really work with the instrumentation, it took on an energy that felt really fresh and different. We tried some new things vocally, and by adding foot stomps and hand claps to the acoustic sounds of the banjo, fiddle and mandolin, it really turned into something special.”

The Take Me Downtown Tour will kick off Friday (Jan. 10) in Peoria, Ill., with Kip Moore and Kacey Musgraves serving as their opening acts. See all of their upcoming shows here.