Lainey Wilson discusses experiences of ‘heartache’ and ‘rejection’ in her career in the trailer for ‘Bell Bottom Country’.

Published by Cel Manero from Global One Media, Inc.

The program is scheduled to premiere on Hulu on Wednesday, May 29th.

Lainey Wilson is set to share her journey.

Hulu recently released the trailer for Lainey Wilson’s upcoming special, “Lainey Wilson: Bell Bottom Country,” which will premiere on Monday, May 6. The 31-year-old artist, known for “Wildflowers and Wild Horses,” will recount her experiences—from living in a camper van upon arriving in Nashville to achieving Grammy success and topping the Billboard charts.


“I faced a lot of rejection, a lot of heartache,” she reflects at the beginning of the trailer. “I’m a strong woman, but it’s not easy. I have my days where you just have to do whatever you can to climb out of those dark holes.”

“Lainey Wilson: Bell Bottom Country” includes glimpses of Wilson’s childhood, footage of her camper van, and scenes from her early days as a developing artist.

“I remember sitting in that camper trailer, crying my eyes out, wondering, ‘Will it ever happen?'” she shares in the trailer. “But my Mama and Daddy didn’t raise a quitter.”


Alongside her early career journey, the special will showcase Lainey Wilson’s significant achievements, including her 2023 CMA win for Entertainer of the Year and her 2024 Grammy win for Best Country Album.

The program will also delve into Wilson’s personal challenges, such as navigating her father’s health issues in 2022 while she was involved in filming the television series Yellowstone.


“Lainey Wilson: Bell Bottom Country” will premiere on Hulu on Wednesday, May 29, just ahead of her “Country’s Cool Again” tour launch on Friday, May 31.

During the tour, Wilson will be accompanied by Ian Munsick, Zach Top, and Jackson Dean as opening acts, performing in cities like New York City, Los Angeles, London, Pittsburgh, Oklahoma City, and more, concluding on Friday, November 15.

In October 2022, Wilson released her fourth album, “Bell Bottom Country.” She has also achieved numerous country music awards in recent years, including CMA Female Vocalist of the Year in 2022, Female Artist of 2023 at the People’s Choice Country Awards, and Female Vocalist of the Year and Album of the Year at the 2023 ACM Awards.

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