Lady Antebellum find themselves on more than one list in the latest issue of radio trade publication Country Aircheck. The magazine has released its annual year-end 'Most-Heard' artists list with Lady A's Dave Haywood, Charles Kelley and Hillary Scott taking top honors as the Overall Most-Heard Country Artist of 2010.

The trio were also named the Most-Heard Country Duo or Group, a category in which they placed third last year. In addition, their crossover hit, 'Need You Now,' was country's No. 3 Most-Heard Song of 2010.

Carrie Underwood and Brad Paisley scored the Most-Heard Country Female and Male artists titles, while Easton Corbin was recognized as the year's Most-Heard New Artist.

The publication's No. 1 most heard country song of 2010 is Josh Turner's 'Why Don't We Just Dance.' Rounding out the rest of the Top 5 for the year: Joe Nichols' 'Gimmie That Girl' at No. 2, Lady Antebellum's 'Need You Now' at No. 3, Easton Corbin's 'A Little More Country Than That' at No. 4 and Chris Young's 'The Man I Want to Be' at No. 5.

A complete list of the Top 100 Most-Heard country songs as compiled by Country Aircheck may be seen in their latest issue released today (Friday, December 10). Order a copy here.