First we surfed the web, and then we blogged, and now we’re writing messages on walls, friending each other on Facebook and tweeting about the latest news. Lady Antebellum just got in on the latest internet phenom: Pinterest, a website where members can “pin” their favorite things to “boards” so their friends can keep up with everything from DIY projects to new recipes, decorating ideas and fashion muses.

Lady A’s new Pinterest page includes eight boards with the titles Charles, Hillary, Dave, Lady A’ers, Own the Night Tour, Lyrical Pins, Webisode Wednesdays and Official Music Videos. For their fans who use Pinterest, this seems like a great way to organize all their media in one spot and bundle it up with a personal twist.

On each band member’s self-titled board, he or she has dished on some personal favorites. On Charles Kelley’s board, for example, he has pinned Lipton Iced Tea, the Hurom Slow Juicer, Harley Davidson, Woodford Reserve Whiskey, Paul Smith T-shirts, James Perse clothing, Nudie Jeans, American Pickers and Pawn Stars. Among her favorites, Hillary Scott pinned Harney and Sons Hot Cinnamon Spice Tea, kale chips, Vera Wang wedding gowns (accompanied by a photo from her recent wedding) and Anthropologie, among others. Dave Haywood’s board consists of Cinnamon Toast Crunch, YouTube, Apple TV and Gibson Guitars, for a start.

The band’s Lady A’ers board has links to their merch store, their Facebook page, Twitter feed and more. For exclusive photos from the tour, you can just check out their Own the Night Tour board and click on the specific show you want to see photos from. Plus, you can watch each of their Webisode Wednesday clips in one spot on their board with the same name.

The band’s new e-spot already has 1,119 followers, and that number is growing by the minute as they continue to reveal the little inspirations behind their lives and music.


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