Brad Paisley & Carrie Underwood Facing Legal Actions re: "Remind Me"

May 08, 2013 -- 9:00am
  • Lady Antebellum released their latest album “Golden” yesterday and announce “Goodbye Town” as their next single.  “Goodbye Town” has the trio’s signature harmonies, but this time around Charles Kelley takes the lead rather than Hillary Scott.  It’s a love story about leaving and no doubt the official video will be popping up soon, but in the meantime, head to the Country Music Minute Blog to see a live version of the new song.

Lady Antebellum Goodbye Town

  • And Carrie Underwood and Brad Paisley are the latest to be sued over a hit song.  The two are being sued over their 2011 hit “Remind Me.”  Dallas native Amy Bowen claims she wrote the song in 2007 and copyrighted it in 2008.  She says she performed the song 19 times in public, one time being in front of Kelley Lovelace and Charles Christopher Dubois, who are credited as co-writing the song with Paisley.  Sing Underwood is neither a writer nor was the song on her record, not sure how she plays into the suit, but either way, Bowen is asking for $10 million in damages and requesting she be named the song’s owner.  No comment from Paisley or Underwood so far.

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