Laine Hardy Celebrates Birthday With Live Stream for Hurricane Relief

Laine Hardy is celebrating his 21st birthday today with a livestream to benefit Hurricane Ida relief.

The American Idol 2019 winner will live stream a concert from the New Orleans Jazz Museum tonight (Sept 12). For the low, low price of $15, fans can listen to Laine perform songs from his upcoming debut album Here’s to Anyone, which drops on September 17. To purchase tickets, click this link.

In August, Hardy took to Instagram to share his excitement over making his Grand Ole Opry debut in Nashville as Hurricane Idol was heading towards Louisiana.  

“Making my @opry debut as Hurricane Ida was headed for my home state this past Saturday sure was a bittersweet moment,” he wrote. “I am so grateful my family and our property were spared, and also so grateful for the incredible honor to stand inside that Circle. A huge thank you to everyone who helped make this happen.”

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Laine is currently headlining his Monster Energy Outbreak tour with dates throughout the fall. Tickets and information may be found at lainehardymusic.com/tour. Here’s To Anyone, which is produced by Michael Knox (Jason Aldean), features songs from some of Nashville’s biggest hitmakers and is available to pre-order.

“I’m a down-home guy, from Southeast Louisiana,” Laine said in a press statement about the album. “ I just want to show all my fans that I’m not going to stray away from who I am, and where I come from. I feel like we really did that with the album and I’m very proud of it.”

Fan favorite “Memorize You” was featured in multiple episodes of ABC’s The Bachelorette this season and the beachy official video and romantic track has racked up 8.6 million streams and counting. His “southern rock inspired jam,” “Authentic,” is also featured on the project.

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