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Alaina inches way to 18

Friday, September 21, 2012 – Lauren Alaina will make her way to her 18th birthday on Nov. 8 when she embarks on an 18-city tour in support of her current single Eighteen Inches.

Alaina is teaming up with local charities and the Special Olympics to donate a portion of each sale of her limited edition 18-City Inch-By-Inch Tour t-shirt. The song, co-written by Carrie Underwood, Kelley Lovelace and Ashley Gorley, has hit the Top 40 on the country singles chart.,

Tour dates are:
Sept. 21 Bloomsburg, PA Bloomsburg Fair Special Olympics (local chapter)
Sept. 22 Long Island, NY Pennysaver Amphitheater Long Island Military Veterans
Sept. 29 Salem, VA Salem Farmer's Market Salem Rotary Club
Oct. 4 Atlanta, GA Wild Bills Special Olympics (local chapter)
Oct. 5 Dalton, GA Northwest GA Convention Ctr. City of Refuge and Family Promise of Dalton
Oct. 9 Akron, OH Sultan's Cabaret "Chicks with Picks" Akron General Medical Ctr. Muffins for Mammograms Breast Cancer benefit
Oct. 11 Baton Rouge, LA Livingston Parrish Fair Special Olympics (local chapter)
Oct. 13 Maryville, TN Foothills Fall Festival Special Olympics (local chapter)
Oct. 15 Visalia, CA KJUG Courtyard Special Olympics (local chapter)
Oct. 20 Ashburn, VA Farmwell Station Middle School The Nature Nuts Program
Oct. 21 Miami, FL Hard Rock Live Joe DiMaggio Children's Hospital
Oct. 23 Orlando, FL Cowboys Special Olympics (local chapter)
Oct. 25 Mobile, AL TBD St. Jude
Oct. 27 Raleigh, NC City Limits Saloon SPCA of Wake County and Johnston County Animal Rescue League
Nov. 2 Ladson, SC Coastal Carolina Fair Special Olympics (local chapter)
Nov. 9 Jacksonville, FL Greater Jacksonville Fair Special Olympics (local chapter)
Nov. 11 Baltimore, MD Hippodrome at France-Merrick Perf. Arts Ctr. Susan G. Komen for the Cure Maryland
Nov. 12 Pittsburgh, PA TBD Special Olympics (local chapter)

The Mercury Nashville/19 Recordings/Interscope artist and American Idol Season 10 runner up released her debut album, "Wildflower," which contained the hit Georgia Peaches.


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CD review - Getting Good Lauren Alaina's "Getting Good" may not measure up to a traditionalist's high standards, but as a pop-country compromise, it's pretty darn good. Whether it's the fiddle running through the proving-I'm-country "In My Veins," or the banjo underpinning "Somebody Else's Problem," Alaina puts just enough country in these six songs to consistently touch twangy pleasure centers. "Getting Good" is the EP's best song. ...
CD review - Road Less Traveled It's been six years since Lauren Aliana tasted mega success as runner up on American Idol. She was anxious to get out her first full-length effort since 2011's "Wildflower." She reflected, "I wrote for it for three and a half years. I've grown so much as a person, a songwriter and an artist in that time. These songs are a true representation of who I am, where I've been and where I'm going. This album has pushed me to accept who I am and be 100% honest about it. ...
CD review - Wildflower It's a bit surprising that, in a world where hip-hop and power pop tend to rule the airwaves that a mainstream show like" American Idol" has been so welcoming to the country music genre. Yet they have, helping to launch the careers of such stars as Josh Gracin, Kellie Pickler, and, of course, Carrie Underwood. And the latest season upped the ante, with the finishing tandem of Scotty McCreary and Lauren Alaina representing the genre finely while McCreary took the crown. ...


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