Dave Haywood Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Lady Antebellum, Net worth, and Awards.

Dave Haywood Biography

Dave Haywood is an American country musician and songwriter. He is one-third of the American country music band Lady Antebellum. He plays piano, mandolin, and guitar, and also sings backing vocals.

Dave Haywood Age

He was born David Wesley Haywood on July 5, 1982, in Augusta, Georgia. He is 36 years.

Dave Haywood Wife | Kids

He married Kelli Cashiola on April 14, 2012, in Nashville, Tennessee. The couple has been blessed with two children a son Cash Van Haywood born on September 7, 2014, and a daughter Lillie Renee Haywood born on December 22, 2017.

Dave Haywood Height

He stands at a height of 6 feet 2 inches.

Dave Haywood Net Worth

He is a country musician who has a net worth of $10 million dollars.

Dave Haywood Early life

He was born to Angie and Van. His mother is a teacher and the father is a dentist who invented a teeth-whitening method (originally discovered by Dr. Bill Klusmeier).

He was taught by his mother to play the piano and his father taught him to play guitar. Their family sang and played instruments together as he was growing up. He also sang in Trinity-on-the-Hill United Methodist Church’s youth choir. Together with his family, they lived in Chapel Hill, North Carolina when his father taught at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s School of Dentistry.

However, he moved back to Augusta in 1993. He met Charles Kelley at Riverside Middle School in Evans, Georgia. He attended Lakeside High School where he was in a jazz band. After graduating in 2000 from High School he attended the University of Georgia and graduated in 2004.

In 2006 he formed the country music group Lady Antebellum in Nashville, Tennessee along with Charles Kelley and Hillary Scott. Besides writing for Lady Antebellum, he co-wrote Luke Bryan’s 2009 single “Do I” and the track “Love Song” on Miranda Lambert’s album Revolution. 

He engineered and produced, co-wrote and sang harmony vocals on a CD for Mary Bragg titled Certain Simple Things in 2004.

Lady Antebellum

He ould meet up with Kelley, his old middle school classmate, every other weekend in Atlanta, Georgia to write songs together in 2005. He later quit his job with Protiviti, Inc. in Atlanta and moved to Nashville to focus on music full-time.

Kelley invited Scott to join him and Haywood to write songs together which led to them creating the new group, in which they named Lady Antebellum.

In 2007 Lady Antebellum made their debut guest vocalists on Jim Brickman’s single “Never Alone” before signing to Capitol Records Nashville. n October 2, 2007, they released the single, “Love Don’t Live Here”. It peaked at Number 3 on Billboard’s Hot Country Songs chart in May 2008.

On April 15, 2008, their self-titled debut album Lady Antebellum was released. n its first week of release, it became the first album by a new duo or group to debut at Number 1 on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart.

They released their second single “Lookin’ for a Good Time” in June 2008 and it peaked at Number 11 on Billboard’s Hot Country Songs Chart in December 2008. In January 2009, their third official single, “I Run to You”, was released. It became Lady Antebellum’s first Number 1 in July 2009 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart. Their album Lady Antebellum was certified double platinum by RIAA.

In August 2009 Lady Antebellum released their fourth single “Need You Now” which is the title track of their second album Need You Now. Their second album Need You Now was released on January 26, 2010.

Their second album debuted at Number 1 on Billboard Top Country Albums Chart and Number 1 on Billboard Top 100 Albums chart with first week sales of 480,922 copies. RIAA has since certified Need You Now 5 times platinum.

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Awards

  • 2011, CMT Music Awards — Video of the Year: Nominee
  • 2011, Grammy — Best Country Album: Winner
  • 2009, CMT Music Awards — Group Video of the Year: Nominee
  • 2009, CMT Music Awards — Breakthrough Video of the Year: Nominee
  • 2009, Grammy — Best Country Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal: Winner
  • 2009, CMT Music Awards — Video of the Year: Nominee
  • 2010, CMT Music Awards — Group Video of the Year: Winner
  • 2010, CMT Music Awards — Video of the Year: Nominee
  • 2010, CMT Music Awards — CMT Performance of the Year: Nominee
  • 2010, Grammy — Record of the Year: Winner
  • 2015, CMT Music Awards — CMT Performance of the Year: Nominee
  • 2010, Grammy — Best Country Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal: Winner
  • 2010, Grammy — Song of the Year: Winner
  • 2012, CMT Music Awards — Video of the Year: Nominee
  • 2012, CMT Music Awards — CMT Performance of the Year: Nominee
  • 2015, CMT Music Awards — Group Video of the Year: Winner
  • 2014, CMT Music Awards — Group Video of the Year: Nominee
  • 2010, Grammy — Best Country Album: Winner
  • 2011, CMT Music Awards — Group Video of the Year: Winner
  • 2011, CMT Music Awards — Best Web Video of the Year: Nominee
  • 2016, People’s Choice Awards — Favorite Country Group: Winner
  • 2013, CMT Music Awards — Group Video of the Year: Winner
  • 2015, People’s Choice Awards — Favorite Country Group: Winner
  • 2015, CMT Music Awards — Video of the Year: Nominee
  • 2014, CMT Music Awards — CMT Performance of the Year: Nominee
  • 2012, CMT Music Awards — Group Video of the Year: Winner
  • 2017, CMT Music Awards — Video of the Year: Nominee
  • 2017, CMT Music Awards — Collaborative Video of the Year: Nominee
  • 2017, CMT Music Awards — Group Video of the year: Nominee.

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