Between the two of them, Hillary Lindsey and Cary Barlowe have written a large number of major country hits. Now, the songwriting couple has something else to celebrate, the birth of their little girl.
Lindsey gave birth to her and Barlowe's baby girl on December 29. Barlowe was the first to announce her birth, holding off until Tuesday (Jan. 5) to share the news.
"One week ago today this sweet Baby Girl came into the world and changed our lives forever!!! Thank you God !!" Barlowe says in a post on his Instagram, sharing an adorable photo of his little girl.
Barlowe scored his first major hit as a songwriter with Lady Antebellum's 2010 chart-topper, "American Honey," which he co-wrote with Lindsey and Shane Stevens. Some of his other number one hits include Dustin Lynch's "Where It's At (Yep, Yep)" and Florida Georgia Line's "Sundaze."
Lindsey has an extensive list of songwriting credits to her name, co-writing many songs for Carrie Underwood, including number one hits "Jesus, Take The Wheel," "So Small," and "Just A Dream." Some of her other number one hits include Gary Allan's "Every Storm (Runs Out Of Rain) and Sara Evans' "A Little Bit Stronger."
In addition, Lindsey also co-wrote Little Big Town's triple Grammy-nominated smash hit "Girl Crush," which you can listen to in the video below.
Barlowe and Lindsey haven't released the name of their baby girl yet, but knowing how talented they are as songwriters, we're sure they picked something creative and beautiful.
Congratulations to Barlowe and Lindsey on their new addition!
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