"Bartender" is a song written and recorded by American country music trio Lady Antebellum.
Written by group members Dave Haywood, Charles Kelley, and Hillary Scott along with Rodney Clawson, and co-produced with Nathan Chapman, the song was released to country radio by Capitol Nashville on May 12, 2014, as the lead single from the group's sixth studio album, 747.
New York City released new guidelines that are intended to protect pregnant women from discrimination, whether at a bar, a store or the office.
Along with alcohol, pregnant women also can't be denied raw fish at restaurants or entry into bars or clubs just because they're preggo, PIX 11 reports.
The video begins with a woman (Upton) sitting in front of a vanity, receiving a phone call from a friend (Scott).
All tips and a portion of drink proceeds will be donated to The Gray House.
The Student Prince hosts a Celebrity Bartender Event to benefit The Gray House.
Local community leaders will volunteer their time to bar tend on Thursday, June 9th.
NEW YORK -- Pregnancy means forced sobriety because booze is bad for the baby, right?
Despite how you answer that question, if a pregnant woman asks a bartender to "pour it up, pour it up" in the Big Apple -- the drink slinger is required to do just that.
It was released to i Tunes the following week, on May 19, 2014.
In its first week at radio, "Bartender" was the second most-added song of the week (with 72), behind "Small Town Throwdown" by Brantley Gilbert featuring Justin Moore and Thomas Rhett.