Lauren Alaina announced the release date for her third full-length studio album, Sitting Pretty on Top of the World, on Sept. 3. The new 12-song collection follows her previous EPs Getting Good and Getting Over Him. Alaina offered fans their first taste of new project by releasing the album’s lead song “It Was Me.” Alaina co-wrote 14 of the album’s 15 tracks, including her current single “Getting Over Him,” which features Jon Pardi.
Mickey Guyton has released the title track from her forthcoming album Remember Her Name, which she co-wrote with Parker Welling, Black Hubbard, and Jarrod Ingram. The album, set to be released on September 24, is the follow-up to Mickey’s EP, Bridges, and contains 16 tracks, of which Guyton co-wrote all but one. It includes the breakthrough song “Black Like Me,” for which she received a Grammy nomination.
Brett Young and his wife Taylor welcomed their second daughter, Rowan Marie Young, on Wednesday, July 21; the couple announced the news over the weekend on Instagram. Brett, 40, and Taylor, 33, are also parents to daughter Presley Elizabeth, who turns 2 in October.
Garth Brooks has added a Seattle stop on his Stadium Tour, and is set to perform at Lumen Field on Sept. 4. The Labor Day weekend concert will mark Brooks’ first date at Lumen Field, and his first time in Washington since performing three-days at the Tacoma Dome in 2017.
Willie Nelson has signed on to participate in a new docuseries, called Willie Nelson and Family, which will focus on Nelson’s life and legacy. Nelson’s family and friends will also participate in the series.