Laine Hardy’s “Here’s To Anybody” Named Favorite Debut Album At Country Now Awards – Music Mayhem Magazine

Country Now Awards ballots have been counted and Laine Hardy’s Here’s to anyone was revealed as the winner of Favorite Debut Album.

The exciting news was announced on Wednesday night on the Country Now Awards live broadcast.

Hardy accepted the award virtually and showed his gratitude to the fans for their support.

“I just wanted to thank you all for making this possible. I wanted to say thank you to my fans and to everyone who voted for me, ”said the Louisiana native.

After accepting the award, Hardy shared an acoustic performance of the album’s title song.

Released in September, Here’s to anyone includes 11 tracks, including two co-written by the American Idol winner himself. Among the track list is Laine Hardy’s latest single, “Memorize You”, as well as previous releases such as “Tiny Town”, “The Other LA” and “Let There Be Country”.

Elvie Shane Backslider, Jameson Rodgers’s Bet You’re From a Small Town, Parker McCollum’s Gold Chain Cowboy, Ryan Hurd’s Pelago, Mickey Guyton’s Remember Her Name, Lainey Wilson’s Sayin ‘What I’m Thinkin’, Larry Fleet’s Stack of Records, Lily Stronger Than I Am from Rose and Travelin ‘Kind from Ashland Craft were also nominated in the Favorite Debut Album category.

The Inaugural Country Now Awards aired on Wednesday, December 8. The winners in the 14 categories were determined by fan votes placed between November 15 and November 30 on CountryNow.com. Over 1.1 million votes in total were cast.

Hosted by Country Now’s Lauren Black, the Country Now Awards featured special appearances from Brantley Gilbert, Carly Pearce, Chayce Beckham, Chelcie Lynn (aka Trailer Trash Tammy), Elle King, ERNEST, Jameson Rodgers, Jimmie Allen, Kaleb Austin, Katie Austin, Kierra Lewis, Lindsay Ell, Morgan Wallen and Walker Hayes.

George Birge, HARDY, Jameson Rodgers, Jimmie Allen, Lainey Wilson, Restless Road and Lily Rose also performed.

The Country Now Awards live broadcast supported Love Music. Stop the cancer. Campaign to raise awareness and support children with cancer and other catastrophic illnesses at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital®. Visit musicgives.org to learn more about Love Music. Stop the cancer.

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