‘American Idol’ Winner Laine Hardy Releases 2 New Songs

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Laine Hardy new music single release during zoom interview
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After winning season 17 of American Idol, Laine Hardy isn’t resting on his laurels. The 19-year-old is doing his part to help us get through the coronavirus quarantine by releasing new music.

One Country caught up with the young country singer to talk about his two newly released songs, “Ground I Grew Up On” and “Let There Be Country.”

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In a sit down interview, conducted over Zoom by One Country’s Kelly Sutton, Laine shared his memories of American Idol, finally releasing new music and hitting the road for his first outing.

“That was all new to me. But once we started playing shows it was a bunch of fun,” Laine said. “We made a lot of memories on the road and ate a bunch of different food nad seen a lot of different places. But on tour you’re playing to the people that love your music and all kinds of different fans. That’s what I love to do, I love to met my fans and see them out on the crowd.

Check out Laine’s interview below to learn more about the Louisiana native.

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Additionally, Laine surprised his fans with a new video for one of those two singles, “Ground I Grew Up On.”

“What I love most about this music video is, it is spot on what I love to do and how I grew up, hanging with all my buddies on the river and just having a good time!” said Laine.  “I hope that it helps people in Louisiana and the whole country in this crazy time we’re all going through together.  Hope it reminds people of the fun we will be having again soon.”

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The new video, directed by Dustin Haney, shares a day in Laine’s life in his home state of Louisiana .

Don’t miss Laine’s virtual tour. You can find him here:

Laine Hardy’s “Ground I Grew Up On Virtual Tour”*
Date Virtual Venue
April 10 Raising Cane’s
April 13 Wrangler Live Network
April 14 CMT
April 15 Live with Kelly & Ryan
April 19 ABC’s American Idol
April 20 Romeo Ent. Group
April 22 The Boot
April 24 USO
April 26 Radio Disney Country
April 27 Country Rebel
April 29 Taste of Country
May 4 Country Now
May 6 The Tennessean
May 11 Sounds Like Nashville
May 13 Sweety High
May 18 One Country
May 20 Hollywire