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"We're practically in a garage," the group's Hillary Scott explains. "We vibed it up, we've got deer heads on the walls. We have antlers, we have Chistmas lights, everything."
Dave Haywood notes that while he will have his prized guitars with him in the studio, most of them are currently on a ship to Australia, having left Europe after the group's recent European tour. Charles Kelly, meanwhile, relaxes in a chair but claims he's anxious to get back to work. "Lunch breaks ... everybody takes too long," he says. "Everybody needs an hour."
"Who needs an hour for lunch?" Dave can be heard asking in the background, to which Charles replies that he and his bandmate (now seen reclining on a couch and playing a golf game on his smartphone) only need "two minutes and we move right back on, back into work mode."
Fans are no doubt anxious for the Grammy-winning trio to get back to work. Their latest album, Own the Night, released in 2011, has sold more than half a million copies this year alone.
Just days before their Australian trek begins next month, the group will headline the Concert for UCSF (University of California, San Francisco) Benioff Children's Hospital on Sept. 20 at Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco. Comedian Dana Carvey will open the show and MC Hammer and special guests will spin at an exclusive after-party for concert guests at San Francisco's City Hall. Funds raised through ticket sales to the event will go toward for the hospital, one of the nation's best children's medical facilities.
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