Laine Hardy performed his latest song “Tiny Town” and his single “Ground I Grew Up On” on Huckabee this past weekend.
The American Idol alum was also interview by Huckabee on the show, which you can check out HERE.
“Tiny Town” was written by Michael Tyler Spragg and produced by Michael Knox, while “Ground I Grew Up On” was co-written by Brandon Kinney, Josh Thompson and Brett Beavers.
You can see Laine Hardy’s performances of “Tiny Town” and “Ground I Grew Up On” below.
Hardy just released a brand-new “Pop-Up Video” version of Laine’s official music video for “Ground I Grew Up On,” which has already racked up over 1.2 million views. A throwback to Pop Up Video of VH1, this latest version contains “info bubbles” of trivia and fun facts about Laine, as well as insight into how the video was filmed.
A native of Livingston, Louisiana (pop. 2,000 – 30 miles east of Baton Rouge), Laine Hardy was six when he picked up his first guitar and later joined his brother playing at local clubs and bars for upwards of six hours a night, inspired by artists ranging from Morgan Wallen to Luke Combs and Elvis Presley to Mark Broussard. After winning American Idol in 2019, Laine focused on songwriting and touring, headlining shows in Denver, Indianapolis, Sacramento, Minneapolis, Lexington and more. His 2020 “Ground I Grew Up On” virtual tour garnered over 2 million views in April and May.
For more information about Laine Hardy, visit LaineHardyMusic.com.