Hillary Scott of Lady Antebellum has one talented family. Of course, hardcore Lady A fans already know that. Scott's mom is Linda Davis, who had a successful solo career herself.
Her dad, Lang Scott, and teenage sister Rylee have the musical gift too, it appears. The Scott family released a phenomenal gospel album called Love Remains earlier this year. The record holds a deeply personal place for the Scotts. They recorded it out of love, as opposed to commercial expectations.
The foursome got together to perform the title track "Love Remains" in honor of Hillary's Pawpaw, who passed away in 2011. Oh, and Ricky Skaggs joins in on guitar, as if the family of four wasn't already enough.
It's always great to see a family making music together. Especially when they've all got the musical gift and those incredible harmonies that only families can really capture.
Tom Douglas and Jim Daddario wrote "Love Remains" and Colin Raye released his version in 1996. He took the tune to No. 12 on the charts.
Hillary Scott, meanwhile, took a brief break from Lady Antebellum's insane global success to spend more time with family. During that time, Charles Kelley released a lauded solo album and Dave Haywood welcomed a child. But the band is already in talks for new music next year.