Lady Antebellum will take a break from their headlining tour to share their talents for a worthwhile cause. The trio, comprised of Charles Kelly, Hillary Scott and Dave Haywood, will headline a benefit concert on February 18 at Nashville's Wildhorse Saloon, with proceeds going to the W.O. Smith Music School, which offers music lessons to children from low-income families.

Taking time out to play for the school is fitting for the superstars, whose latest single, 'Hello World,' carries a message of hope and promise, regardless of personal situations. "[The song] almost brought all three of us to tears," Dave Haywood tells The Boot. "That's what we wanted to say and be affiliated with ... that kind of message."

In addition to playing for the W.O Smith Music School, the generous band also recently donated their time to St. Jude Children's Hospital, Musicians On Call and for Nashville flood relief.

The W.O. Smith concert, now in its fourth year, has previously included Rascal Flatts, Dolly Parton, Kellie Pickler, Little Big Town, Jason Michael Carroll and Keith Anderson on the bill. More performers for the benefit show will be announced soon. Tickets go on sale tomorrow (Friday, January 15) and can be purchased by calling the Wildhorse Saloon at (615) 902-8200.

The trio's Wildhorse appearance comes only five days after the Grammy Awards, where Lady A lead the pack of country nominees with six nods. Following their benefit concert, they will continue their tour, with stops in Oklahoma, Florida and California, as well as Australia, where they'll be the opening act on Keith Urban's Get Closer World Tour. See their schedule here.

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