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Lainey Wilson at The Peppermill Concert Hall

January 24, 2023

The future of Country Music was display in Wendover, Nevada this past weekend as reigning CMA Female Vocalist of the Year and Best New Artist, Lainey Wilson, brought her signature Bell Bottom Country music to The Peppermill Concert Hall for a sold-out show. 

Wilson opened the show with her single “LA” which is short for Louisiana. Wilson grew up in a small town there named Baskin and proudly let everyone know that it’s the kind of small town where people are family and the folks there “would give you the shirts off their backs.”

Throughout the night Wilson danced around the stage interacting with the fans, high fiving people and shaking hands as she performed.  Even though her album Bell Bottom Country, only came out a few months ago the fans seemed to know the songs and sang along to song after song.  The loudest sing along of the night was a toss up between her hit single “Things a Man Oughta Know” and her new single “Watermelon Moonshine,” which was recently featured in televisions most watched show, Yellowstone.  Wilson joined the cast of Yellowstone recently as the character of Abby, a country singer that series creator, Taylor Sheridan, created specifically for Wilson.

In the middle of the concert Wilson invited Country artists, Meg McRee and Ben Chapman on the stage and the played a few songs while Wilson took a break before returning to the stage.  Once she returned the crowd erupted in cheer welcoming her back with a standing ovation. 

The night was a success with the fans loving every minute of the show and Wilson giving her all and thanking everyone for being there.  Wilson’s hard work and perseverance is paying off in dividends and the future for her looks bright.  Country music is in good hands with her being one of the faces of its future. 

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