Charles Kelley Of Lady Antebellum Is Going Solo

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We’re still reeling with the temporary loss of Lady Antebellum (A la they’re “taking an extended break.”) The great news is that out of that hiatus has come forth a new and exciting prospect: Solo careers!

Charles Kelley recently sat down with Vevo’s “Ask: Reply” online show to answer some questions about his new career path, the state of the band, his state of mind, and being on his own.

When asked how long he’d been considering a solo career, Charles Kelley hit us with a dose of reality that we should have seen coming. It turns out that it had been Kelley’s original plan to be a solo artist. Once the band got together, however, there was no turning back. The chemistry and the success of the band took his career on a different trajectory. However, with the pause in the band, Kelley felt it was the right time to do it on his own for a bit. “I felt like it was a good time to try something new and to do it before I got so far into it that I’d never try,” he said.

While we’re sad about Lady A., we’re thrilled for Kelley. (Just make sure the band gets back together soon, okay?)

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