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Lady Antebellum's Hillary Scott and husband Chris Tyrrell are celebrating six years as a married couple on Jan.7, 2018 -- and so far, it's been quite the adventure.
The fresh-faced 20-somethings stroll into our studios after a whirlwind media tour. I told him, ' I think you're really great, and I just wanted you to know that I'm a singer-songwriter from here in Nashville and just wanted to give you a compliment.' Charles: And then we got together, started writing songs and ended up starting the group. Did you have any idea that you would end up forming a band? The very first day that Hillary came over, we were working on a song called ' All We'd Ever Need.' But we never even thought about it until we had written 5, 6, 7 songs. Hillary: Probably for me was the first time we played the Grand Ole Opry. and they're like little fish in a bowl grabbing the guitar pick. Dave: You know when you feed a fish and they get all . We had just been on a hike and — in our workout clothes — he hit the knee!We feel so blessed by God that He sent us each other, and we are looking so forward to forever together! Charles: That's because I've got a lot of girth. Dave: If you're measuring decibels though, Charles is. Charles: You gotta "love on them."[Charles: That's tough to say.
Hillary: He is really an intense person and very passionate about what we're doing. So, you gotta love all of somebody if you're gonna love them.
Lady Antebellum’s Hillary Scott and drummer Chris Tyrrell have tied the knot! Hillary Scott Tyrrell,” Chris, who popped the question at sunset in East Tennessee last Fourth of July weekend, says in a video posted to Lady Antebellum’s official website. Tyrrell is wearing a gray suit by Ermenegildo Zegna with a black shirt and a gray tie.
She’s also wearing a mantilla veil with hand-cut chantilly lace applique and holding white flowers.
Plus, we get the scoop on how the evolution of Lady Antebellum started with what you might call a musical pickup line. Charles: Dave and I are both from Augusta, Georgia, so we've known each other since middle school. So from there we decided to do Lady Antebellum.] I think all of us relate to it a little bit. We listen to all kinds of styles of music -- we never went in, when we started writing, to try to create a sound. Bill Anderson, a legend in country music, introduced us our first time on the Opry and then Vince Gill another time, who's one of Charles' biggest influences.
We both moved to Nashville about three years ago, and then we ran into Hillary out at a Nashville spot. Hillary: Who hasn't been in a s----y relationship? We never said, ' Alright, we're going to write a country song. Charles: I think we all don't quite feel deserving of it, but we'll certainly take it. It's just a religious experience every time you go. Hillary: I wanted to do anything but be in the music business when I was really young, because I traveled with my parents for two years in kindergarten and first grade.
Dave: I'm "really single."Hillary: And I'm the one who'll talk forever to somebody, and get their whole life's story, and hug them and love on them. That's another thing about being on a bus with boys.