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The latest victim to get soaked from the water balloons is Lady Antebellum‘s Charles Kelley.He appeared on the show with bandmates Hillary Scott and Dave Haywood and he showed off his soaking wet underwear after the game!Kelley co-wrote four of the 9 tracks on the album, including “Round in Circles” which he wrote with his brother Josh Kelley. “But it was very exciting to be the leader in there and go, ‘This is it, I’m doing this.’ It was the most fun I’ve had in the studio, because everything felt new again. “At first, it was really weird to go in the booth and be like, ‘Where’s Hillary? It took me out of my comfort zone.” He adds, “While so many of these songs are something I specifically can relate to, it really is all of our story.
“I think back over the past six years of our marriage and am grateful for the time that Charles and I have had together, just the two of us,” Mc Connell Kelley says.
Executive Director Bill Mayne, Scott Hamilton, Dave Haywood of Lady Antebellum, Nashville Mayor Megan Barry, Hillary Scott of Lady Antebellum, Zac Brown, and Charles Kelley of Lady Antebellum attend CRS 2017 Day 1 on February 22, 2017 in Nashville, Tennessee.
includes duets with Miranda Lambert and Stevie Nicks, as well as the title track, which features Dierks Bentley and Eric Paslay and has received a Grammy nomination for the Best Country Duo/Group Performance category.
The gorgeous, harmony-rich ballad, co-written by Kelley, Paslay, and Abe Stoklasa, is an introspective look at the cast of characters who make up the touring life, and is similar in spirit to the classic Jackson Browne road song "The Load Out." They include the bus and truck drivers "bringing the circus to town," the audience members who come to the shows and offer their energy, belief and support, and the singers who put their hearts and souls into the music.
"' The Driver' is the last eight years of my life put in a song," Kelley tells . Making music without any agenda, for the first time in a long time." While Kelley isn't sure exactly when his project will be released or what form it will take — whether a full-blown album or a shorter EP — he'll launch a 22-city solo tour on November 28th in Cleveland.