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Originally posted 02/02/2013 10:00AM
The Lady Antebellum frontwoman, currently expecting her first child, can't believe her baby's luck
Originally posted 05/14/2012 09:00AM
CMT Music Awards? More like a CMT Concert!
Among those set to rock Nashville's Bridgestone Arena during the 11th CMT Awards ceremony on June 6 are Carrie Underwood, who is going into country's big night with five nominations.
Other performers set to appear, as announced Monday morning, are fellow nominees Brad Paisley, Kenny Chesney, Little Big Town, Zac Brown Band.
Also announced: Triple-nominee Lady Antebellum, with recently wed bandmate Dave Haywood.
Fans may vote for their favorite music videos at the CMT 2012 Music Awards website through June 4.
Originally posted 04/15/2012 01:15PM
It's a three-for-all! Dave Haywood – the last single member of Lady Antebellum – tied the knot Saturday night with Kelli Cashiola on a private farm outside of Nashville.
The sun was setting over a breathtaking view from a hill as family, friends and Haywood's bandmates, Charles Kelley and Hillary Scott, gathered around the couple at Front Porch Farms in Ashland City.
Singer/songwriter Dave Barnes provided the music for the intimate outdoor ceremony, which was followed by dinner and dancing. Guests were shuttled into the secret location.
Originally posted 03/11/2012 03:30PM
Wedding bells will soon be ringing for Lady Antebellum's Dave Haywood.
"We will be married this year," Haywood told PEOPLE before performing at the Oreo Cookies 100th birthday celebration in Los Angeles last week. What's more, he adds: "I enjoy the wedding planning and setting up where everything is going to be."
Haywood, 29, popped the question to girlfriend Kelli Cashiola, 29, a VP of Marketing/Brand Management for Warner Music Nashville, this past December with an elaborate winter-wonderland proposal.
Originally posted 12/20/2011 01:00PM
Dave Haywood wrapped up his Christmas shopping early – and even got a jump on Santa Claus – surprising girlfriend Kelli Cashiola with a marriage proposal on Monday evening, a rep for the Lady Antebellum musician confirms to PEOPLE.
Haywood, 29, made his gal's favorite holiday one she'll never forget by staging an elaborate setup to pop the question.
After picking Cashiola – VP of Marketing/Brand Management for Warner Music Nashville – up from her Music Row office, the musician asked her to slip on a blindfold as they turned onto her street. Once inside her home, Cashiola was delighted to discover that while she was at work, Haywood had transformed every room into a sparkling winter wonderland.
Originally posted 11/09/2011 02:10PM
He was the remaining single member of the Lady Antebellum trio.
But now Dave Haywood is in a twosome of his own – he's getting serious with girlfriend Kelli Cashiola, his rep tells PEOPLE.
The pair have been dating for six months, but have been friends for about five years.
"I feel so lucky that our long friendship has grown into this relationship," Haywood, 29, says. "We are totally comfortable and ourselves with each other."
Cashiola, 29, who works in marketing at Warner Music Group, recently joined her musician boyfriend for a weekend in Paris while the band was overseas promoting their third album, Own the Night.
Originally posted 09/13/2011 08:00AM
Lady Antebellum log a lot of together time on the road, where the trio share living quarters on the tour bus – but sometimes even best friends need a breather. For the group, that means spending a little alone time at their new Nashville homes.
The trio, who just released their third album, Own the Night, open their doors in the latest PEOPLE Country issue, showing off Hillary Scott's renovated bungalow (decorated with flea market finds and TJ Maxx deals), Charles Kelley's 2,700-sq- ft. colonial ("It's not too big, so it's manageable and perfect for us," he says) and Dave Haywood's 900-sq.-ft. urban loft (complete with windowless bedroom "so when I get off the bus, I can grab a few more hours of sleep in the middle of the day if I need to," he says).
Originally posted 04/03/2011 11:15PM
Sunday night was ladies' night at the 46th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards.
Miranda Lambert and Lady Antebellum – co-ed trio Hillary Scott, Charles Kelley and Dave Haywood – clocked in the most wins as the spirit of Nashville filled the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. But the night's highest honor went to Taylor Swift, who was crowned entertainer of the year.
"I'm just losing my mind," Swift, 21, told the audience after her big win. "The fact that this is from the fans makes its so beautiful."
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