Long before she toured the globe as a member of the multi-platinum country trio Lady Antebellum, Hillary Scott sang her very first songs with a different group of musicians: her family.
There was no shortage of talent in the Scott household. Hillary's mother is Grammy-winning country star Linda Davis, while her father is hit songwriter Lang Scott. Her teenage sister, Rylee, is a budding vocalist in her own right. Whether the Scotts were harmonizing around the family piano or singing old hymns in church, they were often making music together, laying the foundation for a singing career that would eventually take Hillary around the world with Lady Antebellum.
After the passing of her grandfather in 2011, Hillary alongside her family, leaned on their faith and music as a source of hope through the difficult time. The Scott family yearned to thank loved ones for their support and set out to record demos of family-favorite hymns. As the summer of 2015 wound down and Lady Antebellum soaked-in time off the road, the family's plans for a five song CD as a gift to family and friends, blossomed into what is now Hillary Scott & The Scott Family’s debut, LOVE REMAINS.
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