Hillary Scott’s 8-Year-Old Daughter Joins Her For “Baby, Baby” Duet

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Lady A‘s Hillary Scott comes from a musical family. Her mother is country music artist Linda Davis and her father, Lang Scott, is a musician. In 2016, Hillary joined her parents and her younger sister, Rylee, on a gospel album titled Love Remains. The album won the Grammy for Best Contemporary Christian Music Album.

Hillary has since gone on to form a musical family of her own. She married drummer Chris Tyrrell on January 7, 2012, and they share three daughters: Eisele Kay and twins Betsy Mack and Emory JoAnn.

From a young age, Hillary and Chris could tell that Eisele had also been bitten by the musical bug. At just four years old, Eisele was learning how to play the keyboard. Hillary posted a video on social media of Eisele playing Tom Petty‘s “Learning to Fly.”


Eisele has also joined her mother on stage from time to time, and the fans always love seeing her.

So when now eight-year-old Eisele stepped out on stage at a recent Lady A concert in St. Louis, the crowd was thrilled to say the least. After introducing Eisele, Hillary began singing a cover of Amy Grant‘s “Baby, Baby” while looking lovingly at her daughter.

“Baby, Baby” was the perfect song for Hillary to sing in this moment, since Amy wrote it after being inspired by her then six-week-old daughter, Millie.

In a touching moment, Eisele took over and began singing “Baby, Baby”with her mother. She even sang solo for a little while!

Lady A shared a video of Hillary and Eisele’s mother-daughter duet on their social media pages. The video was included in a slideshow of pictures from the group’s St. Louis concert.

St. Louis, you came to party!!!” the band wrote in the caption. “Eisele definitely stole the show and we loved making memories with all of you!!

You can watch Hillary and Eisele’s performance in the clip below. We can’t wait to see if Eisele goes on to become a country or gospel singer herself one day!