Lady Antebellum Honor Veterans on “Today”

Posted Monday November 11, 2013 5:08 PM GMT

Showing their respect for the men and women who keep America free, Lady Antebellum showed up at the “Today” show on Monday (November 11) to celebrate Veterans Day.

Charles Kelley, Hillary Scott, and Dave Haywood sang a beautiful rendition of “The Star-Spangled Banner,” bringing new mom Scott to tears.

Hillary gushed, “It was really emotional. I just lost it… It's such an important day, and we need to celebrate and really say 'thank you' to our servicemen and women, past and present.”

The “Need You Now” songstress also shared that her 4-month-old daughter Eisele will go on the road when Lady A goes on tour in January.

“I’ll go from the smell of booze to diapers. I can’t imagine life without her,” said Scott. Added Charles, “She’ll have her own family bus. For the first time, we’ll be on separate busses.”

Of course, Lady Antebellum also played a few of their own hits for the crowd gathered at Rockefeller Plaza.


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