Lainey Wilson surprise releases new four-track EP titled 'Redneck Hollywood'

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Lainey Wilson

Lainey Wilson surprised her fans and the country music world as a whole on September 13, as she released a new four-track EP in ‘Redneck Hollywood’. You can listen to the EP here.
The EP marks Wilson’s first release under Broken Bow Records and was produced by Jay Joyce, who has also sat behind the buttons for Eric Church, Little Big Town and Keith Urban.
Wilson has just completed her third visit to the United Kingdom and in that time, she performed at The Long Road Festival on the main stage, appeared on BBC Radio 4 and supported Josh Turner on his first ever UK shows.
Speaking about the EP, Wilson said that the EP offers listeners a unique insight into what Wilson believes is her story and the encounters that have moulded her into what she is today.
“This project gives a snapshot of my story and moments in my life that have led me to exactly where I am today—growing up in northeast Louisiana, the word ‘redneck’ was a way of life,” Wilson said. “It’s a word outsiders would use to describe us and a word we’d proudly call ourselves.
“I’m a proud Louisianan, and always will be, but from a very early age I’ve had stars in my eyes for the glitz and glamour of Hollywood and I’d like to think that little twinkle helped propel me toward following my dreams and continues to keep me reaching further.”
Next up for Wilson is her first ever US radio tour, as she takes her first single to country radio.

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