Lainey Wilson & Ian Bohen, Who Plays Ryan in Yellowstone; Photo Courtesy of Instagram
Lainey Wilson & Ian Bohen, Who Plays Ryan in Yellowstone; Photo Courtesy of Instagram

Lainey Wilson Introduces Fans To Her ‘Yellowstone’ Castmate Ian Bohen During California Concert [WATCH]

Lainey Wilson surprised fans at her sold-out concert at Club Rodeo in San Jose, California with a special guest from the hit series, Yellowstone.

On Thursday (Jan. 12), Wilson, who portrays a character named Abby in Yellowstone Season 5, welcomed her Yellowstone castmate, Ian Bohen, who plays Ryan ranch hand in the popular Paramount series, to the stage to introduce him to her fans in the midst of her headlining set on her Country With A Flare Tour.

“Abby and Ryan showed up at a Lainey Wilson concert last night. 🤘🏼” Wilson captioned the clip alongside the hashtag: #yellowstoneseason5.

“I got to play a musician named Abby, and I pretty much got to be myself. I got to wear my bell bottoms…. got to sing my own songs and I tell ya I have met some of the best people in that cast and crew. And I got somebody here tonight, whose Abby’s true love. Y’all give it up for Ryan on Yellowstone.”

 

 
 
 
 
 
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After Bohen entered the stage, Wilson got the capacity crowd acquainted with the 46-year-old actor, saying, “this dude right here has become one of my best friends. He is one of the most talented people I have ever met on the face of the earth. He has taught me so much just from being around him. Y’all give it up for Ian Bohen.”

She went on to joke about their onscreen romance while laughing hysterical.

“Y’all saw us make out in episodes 6 and 7,” Wilson said, ”20 dollars is 20 dollars ain’t that right?” she added before Bohen exited the stage and Wilson continued on with her performance.

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Wilson recently opened up about her kiss with Bohen, who is also known for his role as Peter Hale in MTV’s Teen Wolf, during an interview with The Tennessean.

“I didn’t really know what I was doing, but you go in there head-first,” Wilson explained to the outlet. “I was going to give people their money’s worth… Told my mommy and daddy, ‘You might not want to watch this show.’ I don’t want to be on their prayer list.”

In addition to acting on Yellowstone, Wilson has also performed several of her original tunes on the record-breaking series, including “Smell Like Smoke,” “Watermelon Moonshine,” “Hold My Halo” and several others.

Wilson is currently in the midst of her sold-out headlining Country With A Flare Tour, which kicked off on January 4 in Spokane, Washington at the Knitting Factory.

The trek, which marks Wilson’s first-ever headlining tour, continues through March 31, where the stint wraps up in Columbus, Ohio at The Bluestone.

“I’ve been looking forward to my first headlining tour for a while now and been itchin to come play y’all some #BellBottomCountry 🔔🍑🤠 but this…a sold out tour?!…wow…y’all better get ready,” Wilson wrote. ”We comin for y’all 👊🏻🤘🏻 #countrywithaflare”

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Throughout the much-anticipated trek, Wilson will visit several majors cities, including New York, Portland, Charlotte, and Nashville, among others.

Wilson’s Country With A Flare Tour, presented by Stella Rosa Future is Female, features support from country newcomers Ben Chapman, Meg McRee and Leah Blevins.

 

 
 
 
 
 
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The tour comes in support of Lainey Wilson’s latest album, Bell Bottom Country. The album features 14 tracks, including “Watermelon Moonshine,” “Live Off,” “Hold My Halo,” “Atta Girl,” “Smell Like Smoke,” as well as a cover of 4 Non Blondes classic hit “What’s Up (What’s Going On).” Bell Bottom Country also features a tribute to her “Deddy” called “Those Boots (Deddy’s Song).”

Every song on the project was co-written by Wilson, except for the 4 Non Blondes cover.

Additionally, Wilson will also join Luke Combs on his massive 2023 stadium tour, which kicks off on March 25, 2023, at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, TX. The trek, featuring support from Riley Green, Flatland Cavalry and Brent Cobb, wraps up on July 29 in Philadelphia, PA at Lincoln Financial Field.

For a full list of Lainey Wilson’s upcoming tour dates, visit her official website HERE.

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