Lady A's Scott announces she's due

Friday, December 7, 2012 – Lady Antebellum is expanding.

Hillary Scott announced Dec. 7 that she and her husband Chris Tyrell are expecting a baby. The due date was not announced.

"Chris & I are excited to announce that our Christmas gift has arrived a little early this year! We are having a BABY! We feel so blessed!!!," Scott said on the band's web site.

Tyrell is drummer for Love and Theft. The couple married in January in New York. The two met when their respective bands toured together opening for Tim McGraw.

Lady Antebellum cancelled several tour dates this summer: Nebraskaland Days on June 21, Country Fest in Cadott, Wisc. on June 27, Frontier Days in Cheyenne, Wyo. on July 20, Country Thunder 2013 in Twin Lakes, Wisc. on July 21, the Big Valley Jamboree in Camrose, Canada on Aug. 4 and the York County Fair in York, Pa. on Sept. 7.

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