Prior to her career as one-third of the Grammy-winning Lady Antebellum, Scott grew up singing with her family.Her mother, Linda Davis, came to Nashville in the 1980s to pursue music and won a Grammy with her mentor Reba Mc Entire for their duet, "Does He Love You." Her father, Lang Scott, is a musician, singer and songwriter as well. We're thrilled to announce the Haywoods are welcoming a girl this December, AND the Tyrrells are expecting in February 2018!!
Maybe Charles will nanny that bus."Haywood explained the band members have already taken their kids on tour, and it looks like the little ones enjoy their time on the road."They're so close; they love each other; they play well together; and they really have just become part of our road family," Scott said.
🎶😱PLUS, catch Lady A on their “You Look Good” World Tour this summer!
[Verse 1: Charles Kelley & Hillary Scott] On a boat, on a beach In the water, in the sand, in the back of a bar Cold beer in your hand Breaking hearts, breaking necks When we rolling down the street, heads turning all day when they see you with me I'm thinking everybody better stand in line 'Cause they need to know that your body's coming with me tonight [Chorus: Charles Kelley & Hillary Scott] They're like, "hey, who that there with the shades?
They asked their close friend and bluegrass musician Ricky Skaggs to produce the record, who has a long history of recording gospel music and working with family groups like the Whites.
The music includes contemporary Christian pop and country, along with distinct nods to bluegrass, Southern spirituals and traditional gospel music."I really wanted to honor the contemporary sound they were going for on certain songs, so that was a learning curve for me, too," Skaggs said.