Charles Kelley the man who is best known for forming the band Lady Antebellum in 2006 is now enjoying some solo time while "Lady A" takes a brief break. Born in Augusta Georgia the year I graduate from high school, Charles spent his childhood making music with his brothers Josh and John. They had a band called the "Inside Blue".

He didn't meet "Lady A" band mate Dave Haywood until middle school, but it was "song at first sight" having written their first song together at the age of 14. Later after moving to Nashville, Charles and Dave met Hillary Scott and in 2006 formed the hit trio "Lady Antebellum".

Late last year "Lady A" came off the "Wheels Up Tour" and took on a brief break so Charles has been working on his solo songs. In September 2015 he released his solo hit "The Driver" which features Dierks Bentley and Eric Paslay. It is the title cut off his recently release solo studio album and has the song has also scored Charles a Grammy nomination for Best Country Duo/Group Performance. We will have to watch next Monday night to see if he walks away a winner. The 58th Annual Grammy's are on CBS Monday February 15th at 8p.

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From his "Top of the Tower Session" this is the video for "Dancing Around It"