Lainey Wilson

With a sound equally rooted in classic country, Southern rock, and mainstream pop music American singer-songwriter Lainey Wilson is one of the most celebrated female country musicians in recent history. A precocious talent, the Baskin, Louisiana native started writing her own songs at the age of 9 and learnt how to play guitar only two years later. During her high school years, she rose to prominence as a Hannah Montana impersonator and took her tribute act on the road throughout her home state. Wilson then relocated to Nashville, where she lived in a trailer right outside a recording studio. After making the rounds in the city’s thriving music circuit, she released Tougher, her debut album, in 2016. The LP peaked at Number 44 on the Country Albums chart and paved the way for a self-titled EP in 2018 and the Jay Joyce-produced Redneck Hollywood (2019), her first offering for Broken Bow Records. “Things A Man Oughta Know,” the lead single off of the EP, quickly went viral and took Wilson’s career to new heights as she toured the world with the likes of Ashley McBride, Justin Moore, and Morgan Wallen. The singer’s winning streak continued in 2020 with the release of the singles “WWDD,” “Rolling Stone,” “Sunday Best,” and “Small Town, Girl.”

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