Laine Hardy announces debut album Here’s to Anyone
Despite spotty internet out in Montana where Laine Hardy played a concert Thursday night, the American Idol 2019 winner shared an exciting news with his fans.
With the help of American Idol producer, Josh Rand, Laine announced that his long-awaited debut album titled, Here’s to Anyone will be out on September 17. It’s available to pre-order NOW on all streaming and download sites.
During the livestream, Laine shared that the “new album is going to be very new to me stylewise,” adding “It’s something I’m very happy about and excited to show my fans.”
Laine won American Idol two years ago, and has been releasing music and touring the country ever since. “Thank you all so much for everything,” he said on the stream. “I’m ready to get this music out.”
Laine encouraged artists to audition for American Idol, as the show conducts virtual producer auditions across the country. “Don’t think twice,” Laine urged, “Do it!” As far as advice for would be hopefuls is concerned, Laine said, “My advice to anybody who is going to try out is…just be yourself.”
Laine Hardy touring across the country
The singer played The Bridge Rockin the River’s and Country Jam in Three Forks, Montana Thursday night (Aug 19) where he performed his latest singles “Memorize You” and “Authentic.”
Laine will make his Grand Ole Opry debut in Nashville on August 28. Additionally, he’ll continue to head line the Monster Energy Drink Outbreak Tour starting on September 16 in Fort Wayne Indiana. He is also set to open for country superstar Toby Keith for a couple of dates in September. The country singer will also appear at music festivals throughout the rest of the summer. Check out Laine’s tour schedule HERE.
Recently, ABC featured Laine’s single “Memorize You” on their hit reality show, The Bachelorette. The song came to define the relationship and eventual engagement between couple Katie Thurston and Blake Moynes. The exposure helped the song eventually hit the Top 20 on iTunes.
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