Multi-award-winning singer-songwriter Lauren Alaina heads to late night this Tuesday (February 19th) to sing her latest tune, “Ladies in the ’90s,” for her debut performance on NBC’s “Late Night with Seth Meyers.”
Lauren co-wrote “Ladies in the ’90s” with Jesse Frasure and Amy Wadge. The fun, upbeat song pays homage to an era and the artists who helped define Lauren’s youth and cultivate her love for music and song. Including nods to Alanis Morissette, Britney Spears, Christina Aguilera, Dixie Chicks, Faith Hill, Madonna, Reba, Shania, and more, fans can listen to “Ladies in the ’90s” and hear Lauren’s full 90s playlist HERE
As the reigning ACM New Female Vocalist of the Year, Lauren is also on one of the hottest tours of the year with Blake Shelton on the Friends And Heroes 2019 Tour. They are currently coming out of a huge opening weekend in Oklahoma City, Kansas City and Sioux Falls before heading to Indianapolis, Buffalo and Pittsburgh this weekend with upcoming dates Louisville, Jacksonville, St. Paul and more. For more information, visit www.LaurenAlainaOfficial.com.
In addition to hitting the road with five major tours in the past 12 months alone (Luke Bryan, Alan Jackson, Cole Swindell, Jason Aldean and Cole Swindell/Dustin Lynch), Lauren has also earned back-to-back major awards for ACM New Female Vocalist of the Year and CMT Collaborative Video of the Year, she co-hosted the prestigious 12thAnnual ACM Honors, and she performed on the 38th annual broadcast of the top-rated PBS special “A Capitol Fourth” alongside music legends CeCe Winans, the Temptations, The Beach Boys, Pentatonix and more. For ABC’s CMA Fest TV special, Lauren joined her good friend Kane Brown for an electric performance of their now 4x Platinum-selling No. 1 hit, “What Ifs,” which went to No. 1 simultaneously topping five Billboard charts.