Laine Hardy; Photo Courtesy of Robby Klein
Laine Hardy; Photo Courtesy of Robby Klein

Laine Hardy Recalls Living In The “Tiny Town” of Livingston in New Single

Just days after recovering from the coronavirus, Laine Hardy has released his new single “Tiny Town” on Friday (July 10).

“This song is called ‘Tiny Town’ and It just brings me back to home, cause I’m from a town of two thousand people, around two thousand people and it just really connects to me and explains it really well,” Hardy explained of the track to US99 Chicago.

“There’s something special about livin’ in a tiny town,” Hardy said in a social media post.

Hardy grew up in the small town of Livingston, Louisiana, a town which consists of about two thousand people. Hardy won season 17 of American Idol, making history as the first Asian-American to win the singing competition.

“Tiny Town” follows Hardy’s latest singles “Ground I Grew Up On” and “Let There Be Country.”

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