Here's Why Lady A Bandmate Applauds Hillary Scott As A Mother

By Kelly Fisher

May 5, 2022

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The first thing Hillary Scott will tell someone about herself is that she’s a proud mother of three girls. That’s according to her Lady A bandmate Dave Haywood, who has known her for more than a dozen years.

Scott and her husband, drummer Chris Tyrrell, are parents to Eisele Kaye, 8, and Betsy Mack and Emory JoAnn, both 4. In fact, Scott has shown that talent already runs in the family. During a Lady A concert in St. Louis in August of 2021, Scott introduced her daughter to the crowd, and Eisele “definitely stole the show.” The mother-daughter duo covered Amy Grant’s 1991 song “Baby, Baby,” on stage together. Lady A also shared a moment that Scott’s daughters surprised her while the trio shot photos for their latest album, What A Song Can Do.

Here’s what Scott is like as a mom, as described by her longtime bandmate:

“We started out and met Hillary in 2006. So, known her for over a dozen years, and have watched her really grow up. Now, she is a mom of three, an amazing wife, an amazing mother. And she always puts her kids first. I mean, there is not a day where she doesn’t show me a photo, tell me a story, and give me some kind of cute moment, or hard moment or a real life moment with her daughters. And I love how proud she is of them. If you know her, you know that she has three girls, and that’s the first thing she’ll share with you. And so, she is so proud and such an amazing mom that always leans in with her heart, connects with her daughters on a deep level and works so hard to provide and to be there for them in all aspects.”

Appropriately, Scott just teamed up with Anne Wilson on a new song called “Mama,” and has shared the heartfelt music video with her girls. “Out of all the names I answer to, hearing ‘Mama’ (even what feels like 10,000 times a day most days…anybody else?? 🙋🏻‍♀️😂) makes my heart leap EVERY time—whether it’s in joy and curiosity after just discovering something new to show me, or when I know tears are going to follow because of pain, confusion or frustration and they need comfort,” Scott shared on Instagram last week. “When [Wilson] asked me to sing alongside her on this song, it was an absolute yes! She’s got country roots and a precious soul. Anne, thank you for giving me the gift of singing words that feel SO present for me in our house with my three little girls.”

Watch the music video here:

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