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Lady Antebellum is back in the studio. Yes, you read that correctly, y’all. New music is in the making.

So we’ve been following Instagram closely to see what the trio has been up to, and it’s gonna make you really happy.

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Charles Kelley posted the cutest picture on Insta of Hillary cracking up in the studio, or as he called it, getting “tickled,” which means the gang is all back together and having a blast.

More new tunes in studio from Nashville today. Stay tuned!

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Thank goodness! Not that we were worried about Lady A really getting back together for more music, but it’s been busy for everyone these last few weeks.

Hillary and her mom, sister and dad performed together at a church in Murfreesboro during Thanksgiving week. She had the chance to snuggle up with her hubby on turkey day, and even shared an adorable photo on her Instagram.

Happy sleepy, lazy, THANKFUL Turkey Day! 🦃🦃

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Charles whipped up a delicious turkey for Thanksgiving that has us wishing we’d been at the Kelley house last week.

And the whole gang is getting into the holiday spirit. Or at least they’ve tried. Charles’ son Ward is having a bit of a difficult time. Poor little guy went to have his picture taken with Santa and, well, it could have been a happier moment. But, it’s so cute you can’t help but smile.

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And for Dave Haywood, he and his wife Kelli Cashiola have something special to reflect on during the holidays, too. Remember Dave proposed to her in Christmas lights at Christmas time back in 2011. We’ll admit that’s pretty darn magical right there.

So if you think Lady Antebellum deserves to be Duo/Group of the Year at the Rare Country Awards, then don’t be a Scrooge. Vote now at RareCountryAwards.com

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