The Award-Winning Artist Hits Australia, The United Kingdom, The Netherlands, Germany, Sweden And Norway In April For The Sold-Out Lainey Wilson: LIVE Tour

Bell Bottom Country (Watermelon Swirl) & Sayin’ What I’m Thinkin’ (Pearl) Limited Edition Vinyl Available To Pre-Order Now For March 8th Release


Credit: Credit: Maarten de Boer 

NASHVILLE, TN. / LONDON, U.K – (6th February, 2024) – Broken Bow Records/BMG Nashville’s Lainey Wilson reached a new pinnacle in her record breaking career on Sunday, when she was awarded the Best Country Album GRAMMY® for Bell Bottom Country.  The album, which features #1 hits “Heart Like a Truck” and “Watermelon Moonshine” alongside her current single “Wildflowers and Wild Horses”, has served to be a truly life-changing record for the Louisiana native as it is the reigning Album of the Year for both the Academy of Country Music (ACM) & Country Music Association (CMA) Awards.

On the CBS televised broadcast, an emotional Lainey Wilson fought off tears as she accepted stating: “This is absolutely wild y’all. This is my very first GRAMMYS®. Thank you so much for my collaborators: Jay Joyce, Jason [Hall], the cowriters, musicians, anybody who had anything to do with this record. It has truly changed my life. I am from a farming community in NE Louisiana. A little town of 200 people. I’m a fifth-generation farmer’s daughter and I would consider myself a farmer, too. And everybody that I surround myself with, I think they are farmers, too. They’re story farmers. It’s about getting up every single day and planting those seeds and watering them and watching them grow. And sometimes, when you find the right farming community, you can have a harvest of a lifetime. I truly believe that. I think that is exactly what this is tonight. God bless every single one of y’all. Thank you Jesus. Thank you so much to the Recording Academy. Thank you to my fans. I love y’all so much.”

Watch Lainey Wilson’s acceptance speech here.

Coming off of a monumental 2023, Lainey won five CMA Awards including the top honour of “Entertainer of the Year”, four ACM Awards, two CMT Music Awards, three People’s Choice Country Awards, completed a 28-date sold-out US headlining tour, and made her Red Rocks Amphitheatre and Lollapalooza debut. Wilson was also honoured as Billboard Women in Music’s 2023 “Rulebreaker”.

Wilson will be returning overseas in March and April to perform across Australia, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Germany, Sweden and Norway for her entirely sold-out Lainey Wilson: LIVE tour. Full dates can be found below.

“There’s no better feeling than putting on a show for a group of folks who have supported from afar for so long,” said Wilson. “I’m so excited to bring the LIVE show overseas and perform in some brand-new cities for the first time.”

Ahead of the tour, Wilson has announced brand new limited edition double-sided vinyl for Bell Bottom Country (Watermelon Swirl) and Sayin’ What I’m Thinkin’ (Pearl) to be released on March 8th. Both are available to pre-order now.

Lainey Wilson: LIVE 2024 International Dates:

March 17th – Ipswich, Australia – CMC Rocks QLD 2024

March 20th – Melbourne, Australia – Margaret Court Arena SOLD OUT)

March 21st – Melbourne, Australia – Margaret Court Arena SOLD OUT)

March 22nd – Sydney Australia – Hordern Pavilion SOLD OUT)

24th March – Sydney Australia – Hordern Pavilion (SOLD OUT)

April 16th – Belfast, Northern Ireland – Ulster Hall (SOLD OUT)

April 17th – Belfast, Northern Ireland – Ulster Hall (SOLD OUT)

April 19th – Glasgow, Scotland – O2 Academy Glasgow (SOLD OUT)

April 20th – Manchester, England – Manchester Academy (SOLD OUT)

April 23rd – London, England – O2 Forum Kentish Town (SOLD OUT)

April 24th – London, England – O2 Forum Kentish Town (SOLD OUT)

April 25th – Amsterdam, The Netherlands – Melkweg Max (SOLD OUT)

April 29th – Cologne, Germany – Kantine (SOLD OUT)

April 30th – Berlin, Germany – Columbia Theatre (SOLD OUT)

May 2nd – Stockholm, Sweden – Nalen (SOLD OUT)

May 3rd – Oslo, Norway – Rockefeller (SOLD OUT)


(Credit: Erick Frost)


Entering the 2024 GRAMMYS® with two nominations, Lainey Wilson would earn her first GRAMMY® for Best Country Album for Bell Bottom Country. This milestone comes on the heels of a monumental 2023 where she was the most nominated artist at the CMA Awards with a record-breaking nine nominations, and five wins including Entertainer of the Year, Lainey Wilson has earned the enthusiasm of the industry. Critically acclaimed and touted as a top “artist to watch,” to being the leading female nominee and winner at the 2023 ACM Awards and CMT Music Awards, the Louisiana native has made a name for herself in the industry as one of music’s hottest and most buzzed-about new artists. Landing her first No. 1 with her PLATINUM Certified ACM Song of the Year, “Things A Man Oughta Know,” nearly 10 years to the day after leaving her small farming community in a camper trailer to chase her dreams, she has won over legions of fans with her signature Bell Bottom Country sound and aesthetic, which blends traditional Country with a modern yet retro flare. A prolific and sought-after songwriter (having co-writer credits on songs by artists including Luke Combs, Flatland Cavalry, Ashley McBryde, Jackson Dean, Ashley Cooke, Mackenzie Porter, and more). With a rockstar stage presence, her artistry has taken her across the globe, performing for sold-out crowds throughout the US, UK, and Germany with notable names like Jon Pardi, Luke Combs, Morgan Wallen, HARDY, Jason Aldean, and more. Last year she achieved her third and fourth No. 1 songs with “Heart Like a Truck” and HARDY collaboration “wait in the truck”. Her most recent singles, “Watermelon Moonshine” and “Save Me” with Jelly Roll topped the Country charts marking her fifth and sixth No. 1’s, making her the lead female artist with the most No.1’s this decade. Her critically acclaimed album, Bell Bottom Country, rose up Billboard’s Top Album Chart and Country Albums Chart, amassing over 700 million streams to date and has earned her the title of CMA and ACM Album of the Year.  Wilson made her acting debut in Season 5 of the smash hit series “Yellowstone” as a musician character named Abby, where she premiered her original “Smell Like Smoke” as well as showcased other hits off her recent album including “Watermelon Moonshine” and “Hold My Halo”. Adding to her growing list of endeavors, Wilson was honored at Billboard’s Women in Music Awards with the Rulebreaker Award, and most recently joined forces with Wrangler as the face of their 2023 fall/winter women’s collection.

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