Vocal talent obviously runs in Hillary Scott's family, and it has yet to skip a generation. The Lady Antebellum star brought her adorable daughter Eisele onstage during a recent VIP performance, where she showed off her pipes for a small roomful of lucky fans.

In a video captured by one of those fans, Scott positions her daughter on a stool in front of the mic so she can belt a rendition of "Hit the Road Jack." Bringing all sorts of sass, 3-year-old Eisele sways and dances in her chair as she sings the hit Ray Charles original, relying on her mom and Lady A bandmates Charles Kelley and Dave Haywood as backup singers.

Eisele clearly gets her confidence from her mother, owning the stage with attitude while demonstrating her sweet voice in the process. Scott is right there to help, of course, snapping along to the beat. The performance ends with a well-deserved high-five from mom.

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This isn't the first time Eisele has wowed the crowd — she joined Scott on set while filming an appearance on the Home Shopping Network, stealing the spotlight with a show-stopping number then, too.

Scott's mother — Eisele's grandmother — is country icon Linda Davis, who shot to stardom in 1993 with her duet with Reba McEntire, "Does He Love You." The Scott family put their talents together for a chart-topping gospel album Love Remains in 2016, and it debuted at No. 2 on Billboard's Top Country Albums chart and No. 7 on the all-genre Billboard 200The album also earned them two Grammy Awards in 2017, one for Best Contemporary Christian Music Album and one for its lead single, "Thy Will," winning in the category of Best Contemporary Christian Music Performance/Song.

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