LaurenAlainaMulti-award winning singer-songwriter and one of the hottest rising female artists in country music today, Lauren Alaina, releases her new single “Ladies in the ’90s” today after teasing her new song last month on Instagram, creating a firestorm of anticipation with her fans. “Ladies In the ’90s” has been shipped to country radio and will go for official radio adds on October 15.

To purchase/stream “Ladies In the ’90s” click 

Lauren co-wrote “Ladies In the ’90s” with Jesse Frasure and Amy Wadge. The fun upbeat song pays homage to the era and inspiration for her career path and namechecks some of her favorite ’90s songs from mentors and artists who played a role in her journey to today including “Strawberry Wine,” (Deana Carter) “…Baby One More Time,” (Britney  Spears) “Fancy,” (Reba) “Genie In a Bottle,” (Christina Aguilera) “Vogue,” (Madonna) “Man, I Feel Like A Woman,” (Shania) “Breathe” (Faith Hill), “Cowboy Take Me Away” (Dixie Chicks) and more.

Known for her positive fun-high energy personality, Lauren is hosting ’90s themed VIP Parties as part of Cole Swindell and Dustin Lynch’s Reason To Drink … Another Tour which are sure to be a hot ticket. Click 
HERE to purchase ‘90s VIP ticket packages with Lauren. The VIP packages include a special Q&A session with Lauren, autographed poster, commemorative VIP Meet & Greet laminate, onsite VIP host and more. Tour dates and cities below.

Lauren, a 2018 CMA New Artist of the Year nominee, has been riding a wave of career highlights this year including multi-award wins, national tv performances to continuing her rise in country music with being part of some of the biggest tours in country music in the last year. Lauren just wrapped her time 
Jason Aldean’s High Noon Neon Tour 2018 and just joined Cole Swindell (again) and Dustin Lynch for the Reason To Drink…Another Tour which kicked off last night in Tuscaloosa, AL. The tour is slated to run through the end of 2018.

In between the already five major tours she has been part of in the 12 months alone (Luke BryanAlan Jackson, Cole Swindell, Jason Aldean and now Cole Swindell/Dustin Lynch), Lauren has had time to win back-to-back major awards for ACM New Female Artist of the Year and CMT Collaborative Video of the Year, co-hosted the 
prestigious 12thAnnual ACM Honors, was invited to perform on the 38th annual broadcast of the top-rated PBS special “A Capitol Fourth” alongside music legends like CeCe Winans, the Temptations, The Beach Boys, Pentatonix and more. She and her friend Kane Brown performed their now TRIPLE Platinum® selling No. 1 hit duet “What Ifs,” which went to No. 1 simultaneously topping five Billboard charts, at NISSAN stadium in front of a sold-out crowd for the ABC tv special CMA Fest.

For Lauren’s “Ladies In the ’90s” Playlist click HERE.

Reason To Drink… Another Tour with Cole Swindell and Dustin Lynch


Oct 4               Tuscaloosa, AL                       Tuscaloosa Amphitheatre
Oct 5               Simpsonville, SC                     Heritage Park Amphitheatre
Oct 6               Huntsville, AL                         Von Braun Arena
Oct 11             Wallingford, CT                       Toyota Oakdale Theatre 
Oct 12             Worcester, MA                        DCU Event Center
Oct 13             Richmond, VA                         Richmond Coliseum
Oct 19             Sugarland, TX                         Smart Financial Center
Oct 20             New Braunfels, TX                 White Water Amphitheatre
Oct 25             Missoula, MT                          Adams Center
Oct 26             Bozeman, MT                         Brick Breeden Fieldhouse
Oct 27             Bismarck, ND                         Bismarck Events Center
Nov 1              San Jose, CA                           SJSU Event Center
Nov 2              Bakersfield, CA                       Rabobank Arena
Nov 3              Phoenix, AZ                            Comerica Theatre
Nov 8              Minneapolis, MN                     The Armory     
Nov 9              Kearney, NE                            Viaero Event Center
Nov 10            Wichita, KS                              INTRUST Bank Arena
Nov 29            Duluth, GA                              Infinite Energy Arena
Nov 30            Jackson, MS                            Mississippi Coliseum
Dec 1              Tupelo, MS                               BancorpSouth Arena
Dec 6              Evansville, IN                           Ford Center
Dec 7              Moline, IL                                 TaxSlayer Center
Dec 8              Highland Heights, KY              BB&T Arena
Dec 13            Bossier City, LA                       CenturyLink Center
Dec 14            New Orleans, LA                     Champions Square