Lainey Wilson Recalls How a Dream About Her Papaw Gave Her the Push She Needed to Move to Nashville

Lainey Wilson seemingly burst onto the country music scene after the release of her 2022 album Bell Bottom Country. However, that was her third full-length album. She started writing songs when she was nine years old and moved to Nashville nearly 13 years ago. Wilson has been on the grind for more than a decade. Her road to stardom started with a dream and an undying work ethic.

In the new ABC News documentary special, Lainey Wilson: Bell Bottom Country, the “Watermelon Moonshine” singer talked in-depth about her life and career. She told ABC News correspondent Robin Roberts about her upbringing in Baskin, Louisiana, her family, and finding her way in country music. During their conversation, she revealed that a dream helped her decide to move to Music City

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