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Being a country music star is about so much more than just having a good voice. It’s about having a stage presence, an ability to interpret a song and make it your own, and it’s about having the “it” factor—that indefinable thing that is hard to put your finger on, but makes you different from others.

It looks like 4-year-old Eisele Kaye Tyrrell, the daughter of Lady Antebellum’s Hillary Scott, has “it.”

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And if she chooses to not use it, it looks like she also has a promising career as a music director.

Hillary shared a pair of new videos on her Instagram page and, in the first, Eisele performs her own swinging version of the Christmas classic “Jingle Bells.” She’s cool, she’s confident and she is completely unfazed by her audience’s giggles.

In the second video, Eisele enlists the help of her audience, like any seasoned performer would do. She kicks off the lyric, then sings the intro until they join her.

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Listen to those blended voices! Now, THAT is a musical family!

It will probably be a few years before we hear whether Eisele takes her talent into a professional direction. And heck, with two baby sisters on the way, she may want to make her solo act a trio!

In the meantime, her mom has got the trio thing down, and that trio is nominated in the Duo/Group of the Year category at this year’s Rare Country Awards. It’s up to you to decide the winner. Vote now at RareCountryAwards.com until Dec. 13. Winners will be revealed during a livestreamed concert event on Dec. 14 in Nashville.

The daughter of Lady A’s Hillary Scott shows off her bluesy side with this holiday tune  Instagram/@hillaryscottla
Based in Nashville, Tammy is a 20-year veteran of the country music community. She has worked in marketing, PR and artist development in the past. Follow her @TammyGooGoo and join the conversation @RareCountry
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