Charles Burgess Kelley (born September 11, 1981) is an American
singer, songwriter and founding member of the country music trio Lady
Antebellum, which was formed in 2006 and are signed to Capitol
1 Early life and career
2 Musical career
2.1 Lady Antebellum
2.2 Solo career
2.3 Other projects
3 Personal life
4.1 Studio albums
4.3 Other charted songs
4.4 Guest singles
4.5 Music videos
5 Awards and nominations
5.1 with Lady Antebellum
5.2 Solo career
7 External links
Early life and career
Kelley was born in Augusta, Georgia, the youngest of three boys of
Gayle and Dr. John W. Kelley, a cardiologist. He began his musical
career at the age of 11. His older brother, Josh Kelley, is also a
musician and singer. As teenagers, Charles, Josh and oldest brother
John formed a band called Inside Blue; the band released a five-song
CD that garnered the attention of a major label. In middle school,
Kelley met Dave Haywood and, at the age of 14, they wrote their
first song. They both graduated from Lakeside High School in Evans,
Kelley attended the
University of Georgia
University of Georgia in Athens, Georgia, where he
was a member of the Nu Zeta chapter of the Lambda Chi Alpha
fraternity. He graduated in 2004 with a degree in finance.
Before moving to Nashville, Tennessee, in mid-2005 to pursue a musical
career, Kelley worked in his brother John's construction business in
Winston-Salem, North Carolina, as an accountant for an affiliated
waste management company. Kelley made the move after his brother
Josh, who was a pop musician at the time, bought a house in Nashville
and convinced him to come live there so they could write songs
Main article: Lady Antebellum
Kelley, Hillary Scott, and
Dave Haywood founded the country music
Lady Antebellum in 2006 and released their self-titled debut
album in April 2008. The trio either wrote or co-wrote ten of the
eleven songs on the album, which featured production by Paul Worley
and Victoria Shaw. The album included the trio's debut hit, "Love
Don't Live Here", along with the singles, "Lookin' for a Good Time"
and "I Run to You", the latter of which became their first number one
hit on Billboard's
Hot Country Songs chart in July 2009. It was
certified platinum by the RIAA in October 2009. In 2008, they returned
to Charles' and Dave's former high school alma mater, Lakeside High
School, and performed a short concert in the gymnasium.
In January 2010,
Lady Antebellum released their sophomore album, Need
You Now, which was led off by the five-week number one and crossover
hit, "Need You Now". It also peaked at number two on the all-genre
Billboard Hot 100
Billboard Hot 100 and is 6x certified Platinum. All three members of
the band co-wrote eight of the eleven songs on the album and produced
alongside Worley. The album generated the number one hits, "American
Honey" and "Our Kind of Love", and the top 10 single, "Hello World",
and was certified triple platinum in October 2010.
In May 2011,
Lady Antebellum released "Just a Kiss" as the lead single
from their third studio album, Own the Night, which was released on
September 13, 2011, and became their fifth number one hit. "Just a
Kiss" was 2x certified Platinum by the RIAA. It stayed on the Hot 100
for forty-two weeks. The second single "We Owned the Night" also
became a number one hit and was certified Gold. The third single
"Dancin' Away with My Heart" was also certified Gold and peaked at
number two. "Wanted You More" was released as the fourth and final
single from the album. It was their first single since "Lookin' For a
Good Time" to miss the top 10. The band supported the album with their
second headlining tour, the
Own the Night
Own the Night Tour which was also their
first arena and world tour.
On October 22, 2012, On This Winter's Night, the band's first
Christmas album was released. One of the tracks on the album "A Holly
Jolly Christmas" was released to Country radio and AC radio. A music
video for the single was made.
Shortly after the release of On This Winter's Night, Lady Antebellum
started working on their fifth studio album. Golden was released on
May 7, 2013. "Downtown" was the album's first single and peaked at
number two on Country radio and number one on the US Country Airplay
chart. It was certified platinum by the RIAA. The second single was
"Goodbye Town". In late 2013, the deluxe edition re-issue of Golden
was released which included the third single "Compass". "Compass" was
met with positive reviews and went number one on the Country Airplay
chart. In 2014, the band toured the album on the Take Me Downtown Tour
and sold out shows every night.
In May 2014, "Bartender" was released as the first single off their
sixth studio album. "Bartender" became their third number on the
Country Airplay chart and is certified Platinum. 747 was released on
September 30, 2014. "Freestyle" and "Long Stretch of Love" are the
second and third singles off 747 respectively.
In October 2015,
Lady Antebellum appeared on
Good Morning America
Good Morning America to
announce they will be taking some down time after their Wheels Up Tour
finishes. They still continued to do shows together throughout
In January 2017,
Lady Antebellum released "You Look Good", the lead
single off their upcoming seventh studio album Heart Break. The album
will be released on June 9, 2017, and will support it on the You Look
During the band's break, Kelley focused on a solo project and said
Lady Antebellum is his priority but he wanted to try working
alone out. On September 28, 2015, he released his debut solo single
"The Driver" which features
Dierks Bentley and Eric Paslay. Kelley
revealed on GMA that he started working on his solo project six months
prior to his single's release. "The Driver" received a Grammy
nomination for Best Country Duo/Group Performance for the 58th Annual
Grammy Awards. His solo debut studio album The Driver was released
on February 5, 2016.
Kelley's other works consist of co-writing songs for other artists,
Lady Antebellum bandmate, Dave Haywood. One of those songs
was "Do I" on labelmate Luke Bryan's 2009 album, Doin' My Thing.
Written in late 2008, the song was released to radio in April 2009 and
peaked at No. 2 on Billboard's
Hot Country Songs chart in December of
that year. The song also featured Lady Antebellum's HIllary Scott
on background vocals.
In 2006, prior to forming the band, Kelley released a solo album
called 2 to 9's. The record met with little mainstream success, but
was well-rated by listeners.
In 2009, Kelley and Haywood penned a song called "It's Only" for Danny
Gokey's debut album, My Best Days, with "I Run to You" cowriter, Tom
Douglas. That same year, the two also wrote "Love Song" with Blake
Shelton and Miranda Lambert, which Lambert would later record for her
third studio album, Revolution, and Kelley would sing background
In 2010, Kelley and Haywood wrote "Kiss Me Slowly" with Will Anderson,
lead singer of the pop rock band, Parachute. The song made it on to
Parachute's second studio album, The Way It Was, and was released to
iTunes in the weeks leading up to the release of the album. That
same year, Kelley, along with Scott and Haywood, recorded a duet with
Maroon 5 called "Out of Goodbyes" as Lady Antebellum. The song was
included on Maroon 5's third studio album, Hands All Over, but was
never released as a single.
In addition, Kelley has co-written numerous songs for his brother,
Josh Kelley. Those songs are "Just Say the Word" and "Pop Game" on
Josh's 2006 album, Just Say the Word, which were written by the
brothers with Haywood; "Lift Me Up" and "Stay Awake" on 2008's
Special Company; and "Georgia Clay" and "Ain't Lettin' Go" on his
2011 country debut, Georgia Clay.
Kelley and Haywood co-wrote the semi-autobiographical track "Better
Than This" on (Encore), the 2013 re-issue of rising country star
Hunter Hayes' self-titled debut album.
Kelley is married to music rep Cassie McConnell. The couple wed in a
Nashville courthouse in late June 2009 as a legal formality before
having a destination wedding in the Bahamas. After the wedding, Lady
Antebellum tweeted a photo of Kelley showing off his wedding band,
saying, "What is that you see on Charles' hand... yep a wedding
ring!!!" McConnell represents several country musicians, including her
brother-in-law, Josh Kelley. Charles and Cassie wed on July 6, 2009.
On Aug 7, 2015, the couple announced that they were expecting their
first child in February 2016. On August 28, 2015, his wife Cassie
Good Morning America
Good Morning America to reveal her fertility struggle and
also announced they were expecting a baby boy. The couple
welcomed their son Ward
Charles Kelley on February 11, 2016.
As a result of his brother Josh Kelley's marriage, Kelley is the
brother in-law of actress Katherine Heigl.
Kelley had the lyrics, "All your life, you were only waiting for this
moment to arise," from the
Beatles song, "Blackbird", tattooed on his
right forearm in early 2009. In 2010, Kelley got a second tattoo,
a design of the "flower of life", on his upper left arm.[citation
In addition to being an avid golfer, Kelley is a motorcycle
enthusiast and owns a 2006 Harley
Lady Antebellum discography
Peak chart positions
Release date: February 5, 2016
Label: Capitol Nashville
Format: CD, digital download
US Country Airplay
Dierks Bentley and Eric Paslay)
Other charted songs
"The Only One Who Gets Me"
Colt Ford (w/Josh Kelley)
Love Hope Faith
Dierks Bentley and Eric Paslay)
Awards and nominations
with Lady Antebellum
Main article: List of awards and nominations received by Lady
Lady Antebellum won the
Country Music Association Awards New
Artist of the Year award in 2008, they have accumulated seven more
awards, including their first Grammy in 2010 for Best Country
Performance by Duo or Group with Vocals. At the 2009 CMA's, the group
ended Rascal Flatts' six-year reign as Vocal Group of the Year. At the
2010 CMA's, the group became the first artist in CMA Award history to
receive the Single of the Year honor for two consecutive years.
At the 53rd Annual Grammy Awards, the trio won the Song of the
Year. They won Top Vocal Group at the 2012
ACM Awards April 1,
Best Country Duo/Group Performance – "The Driver"
Dierks Bentley and Eric Paslay)
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