Bozeman Welcomes Lainey Wilson. From Yellowstone To The Elm.
If you don't know Lainey Wilson, you are definitely missing out. The up and coming country superstar just released her premier of "Never Say Never", which she recorded with Cole Swindell.
Wilson will be performing at the ELM on February 17th.
You can get all of your ticket information for her performance at the ELM HERE.
Wilson performs on the season 4 season finale of Yellowstone. No spoilers! Just a glance at this woman's talent.
Wilson was born in Louisiana in the small town of Baskin. When I say small town, I mean it, less than 300 people make it up. She knew from a young age that she wanted to be a country artist.
After high school, Wilson left her tiny hometown and headed to the place almost all country artists dream of going, Nashville, Tennessee. Her father helped her pursue her dreams buy putting up a trailer for her in the parking lot of a recording studio. The manager of the studio helped Wilson by allowing her to use their power source.
Releasing her first album in 2014, Wilson was destine to grow. Releasing her second album just two years later, "Lone Chief", Wilson was on her way up. She had support, talent, and drive, three things every girl with a dream needs.
After the release of her second album, Wilson signed with Sony Music Pubishing and also Broken Bow Record Music Group. Releasing two singles, "Dirty Words" and "Things a Man Ought To know", Wilson has been rising up the country charts.
Performing at the Grand Ol Opry in 2020, Wilson has been able to check off some things she has dreamed of since a child. Now on tour with with Dierks Bentley, Wilson will be spending a few extra days in beautiful Montana.