‘American Idol’ Laine Hardy performs a show to benefit hurricanes


Laine Hardy is hosting a hurricane relief concert. (Photo by Tim Mosenfelder / Getty Images)

Laine Hardy turns 21 by performing for a good cause.

The American Idol the alum, who won the singing competition in 2019, is giving a benefit concert – to be – at the New Orleans Jazz Museum on Sunday, September 12. Louisiana native charges $ 15 to ‘attend’ digital event, where he will perform songs from his upcoming debut album Here’s to anyone, which falls on September 17. Proceeds from the show will go towards recovery efforts from Hurricane Ida.

In August, Hardy took to Instagram to share in Nashville – a major career milestone for any country artist – as Hurricane Ida made its way to Louisiana.

“Making my debut as Hurricane Ida headed for my home country last Saturday was definitely a bittersweet moment,” he captioned a photo of himself on stage. “I am so grateful that my family and our property have been spared, and also so grateful for the incredible honor of standing within this circle. Many thanks to everyone who helped make this happen. “

While Hardy performed one of the biggest stages in country music, the artist has a habit of performing for fans at home.

Last year, due to the coronavirus pandemic, he took a virtual tour. He said People of the experience in April 2020, “It’s definitely different than being on the road. It’s a great way to connect with my fans. I’m really happy to be able to connect with them this way. C It’s really different. I’ve never done it before. As soon as I started it was weird. It just got better and better. “

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