Lauren Alaina notched two No. 1 singles in 2017 as both “Road Less Traveled” and “What Ifs”—her duet with Kane Brown—reached the top of Billboard’s Country Airplay chart.
2018 has been just as bountiful for Lauren.
After earning the ACM Award for New Female Vocalist of the Year in April, Lauren is gearing up to join Jason Aldean’s High Noon Neon Tour, which kicks off on May 10 and runs through Sept. 29. In addition, Lauren’s new single, “Doin’ Fine,” is currently No. 28 on Billboard’s Country Airplay chart, marking the third time she’s cracked the Top 30 as a solo artist.
As the effervescent entertainer told Kix Brooks of American Country Countdown, part of her success may stem from the fact that she’s never at a loss for words.
“There has never been a point in my life where I was quiet,” says Lauren. “My mom said that once I started talking, I never stopped. And I sing as much as I talk. I don’t know how I don’t have laryngitis all the time where I’m just constantly losing my voice because I talk so much. I think I probably talk in my sleep. I feel confident I talk in my sleep. I don’t know how my body would go without talking.”
Fortunately for Lauren, she’s got more than 30 dates on the High Noon Neon Tour to keep crowds entertained with her singing—and talking—voice.
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