Recognize Rainey Qualley?
She might look familiar from Mad Men—she played Cindy, the fur-coat wearing model Don Draper (Jon Hamm) undressed with his eyes earlier this season. Or if you happened to be in Nashville last month, you might have seen her opening up for Willie Nelson (!) at the Ryman.
The 25-year-old country singer chatted exclusively with E! News ahead of Sunday's ACM Awards, and as it turns out, she's not the only famous one in her family: Her sister Margaret Qualley stars on the HBO series The Leftovers, and their mom is actress Andie MacDowell!
So what does Mama MacDowell think of her oldest daughter forging a career in country music?
"She's very supportive," says Rainey. "Of course, like any parents would be, she has moments where she's like, 'Don't you just want to have a normal life and be away from the spotlight?' But, especially now that things are really starting to happen, she's psyched."
Rainey's sister Margaret, 19, is supportive, too. "[She's] super creative and writes a lot of poetry, so sometimes she'll text me, like, little lyrics ideas," says the "Turn Me On Like the Radio" singer.
Coming up with lyrics is "liberating," adds Rainey, who "wrote or co-wrote all the songs" on her album Turn Down the Lights, which comes out June 2. "I find writing therapeutic in a lot of ways because the things I never could say to a person or that I'm scared to express in my everyday life, I can put into a song."
So what country artists is Rainey into these days? And how did growing up in Asheville, N.C., influence her musical tastes? Watch the video up top to find out!