One of the hardest aspects of being a country star has got to be touring so many days of the year. Hillary Scott of Lady Antebellum says her parents taught her a lot about being a star. Her mother is Linda Scott, a country music artist and her dad is musician Lang Scott. Recently Hillary told the 'Arizona Central' her parents taught her the most important part of your life as a country star lies in relationships. "If I wasn't enjoying who I was doing all of this with--all these amazing opportunities and spectacular dreams coming true--it just wouldn't be as amazing. We're on the road 200 to 300 days a year. You don't sleep a whole lot. It's the best job in the world, but it's a lot harder than people imagine." She and her band mates, Charles Kelley and Dave Haywood must all be having the time of their lives! Here's one of my favorite Lady Antebellum songs.