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Charles Kelley

A talented singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, and founding person in chart-topping country-pop trio Woman Antebellum, Charles Kelley was created in Augusta, Georgia about Sept 11, 1981. Musically energetic since the age group of 11, Kelley spent his formative years playing inside a band along with his siblings, even though in middle college he fulfilled and began composing tunes with Dave Haywood, with whom he’d co-found Woman Antebellum. After graduating from the University or college of Georgia in Athens, Kelley relocated to Nashville to focus on songs along with his sibling Josh, an acclaimed pop and nation designer in his personal correct. Kelley, Haywood, and vocalist Hillary Scott created Woman Antebellum in 2006, as well as the trio lost short amount of time in overtaking the country graphs, with their 1st three albums heading platinum and snagging a small number of Grammy Awards. During this time period, Kelley kept occupied co-writing and generating tunes for multiple performers, including Danny Gokey, Blake Shelton, Miranda Lambert, and Hunter Hayes. In 2015, Kelley released his 1st solo solitary, “The Drivers,” which presented guest places from Dierks Bentley and Eric Paslay. It had been the initial flavor of his full-length debut, also known as The Driver; the record saw discharge on Feb 5, 2016 and debuted at two on Billboard’s Nation Albums chart.

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