Art direction and album design for Lauren Daigle. After the first week of being in Music City I thought, ‘Ok, I’m moving to Nashville!’” Daigle says of her current home. She began collaborating with local songwriters, sang background vocals on Jason Gray’s hit Nothing Is Wasted” and landed her own deal with Centricity Music. She made her debut with the beautiful Christmas anthem Light of the World,” which served as an appetizer that left fans anxiously awaiting her first project.
Armed with her awe-inspiring setlist, Lauren’s raw vocal power and stage presence will highlight the tour’s all new stage production and design. She’ll feature some of her chart-topping hits including her latest single ‘Rescue’, double Platinum-selling #1 track ‘You Say’ as well as tracks from her previous Platinum-selling album ‘How Can It Be’.
Lauren Daigle, like many other celebrities, is very active on social media platforms as witnessed from the vast following she attracts on her social media accounts. The contemporary Christian musician has 1.5 million followers on her Instagram account, 123.9k followers on her Twitter and over 1k others on Facebook. She posts pictures and video clips of her tours, concerts, and music videos on these platforms. She also introduces and garners support for her works on social media.
The album’s overall success resulted in the release of How Can It Be: Deluxe Edition in May 2016. The deluxe version features the original album’s tracks, along with two new songs, acoustic versions of singles “First” and “Come Alive”, and a live performance version of “How Can It Be”.
In a bid to make a breakthrough in music, Lauren Daigle appeared in the famous American Idol back in 2010 and 2012 respectively. She, unfortunately, did not make it to the finals in both appearances.
Born in Louisiana, Lauren Daigle spent much of her childhood singing. After trying out for American Idol in 2010 and 2012, she didn’t make the top 24, but she soon signed with Centricity Music in 2013. Her fan base began growing when she released her first single, “Light of the World,” on a Christmas album recorded by various Centricity Music artists. It wasn’t long until she burst full force onto the Christian music scene in 2015 with the release of How Can It Be, quickly dominating the Christian charts. While How Can It Be made it to No. 16 on the Billboard Top Albums chart, it wasn’t until the release of Look Up Child that Daigle’s popularity grew in mainstream contemporary music as well. While still topping the Christian charts, she made appearances on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon and Jimmy Kimmel Live, boosting her popularity with the mainstream contemporary music fan base.
The 28-year-old Daigle, from Lafayette, Louisiana, co-wrote the song with Jason Ingram and Paul Mabury. It was released as the lead single from her album Look Up Child, with the trio having also produced it and 11 other of the set’s 13 tracks. The LP has spent 48 weeks at No. 1 on Top Christian Albums since debuting at the summit on the Sept. 22, 2018, marking the longest rule since the chart became a weekly survey, and adopted Nielsen Music data, in April 1995.
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Lauren Daigle and her opening act, AHI, were absolutely amazing. So uplifting, encouraging, fun & heart warming. Such beautiful voices too. However, the Raising Cane’s River Center must have had a broken air conditioner. It was MISERABLY HOT. That’s the reason for my low rating. If I wouldn’t have NEEDED to see Lauren Daigle as badly as I did, I would have found a ticket representative, demanded my money back, and not stayed for the concert.
The sights and sounds of her birthplace stoked this energy. Cherishing memories of attending Lafayette’s Festival International every year throughout her childhood, she opened up to the gritty, organic, and handmade sounds associated with Louisiana’s legendary scene. Hitting the studio with frequent collaborators Jason Ingram and Paul Mabury behind the board, she commenced work on what would become her second full-length album, Look Up Child.
Her song You Say” off the album remained at number 1 on the Billboard Adult Top 40 Chart for over 60 weeks. You can listen to the tune on the ACL Fest Artists Spotlight playlist below.
Leading with his heart as much as with his head, AHI is an emotional yet discerning lyricist who would rather demonstrate love than use the word itself. He allows his light to shine inward but only to a degree, admitting to some autobiography on In Our Time but as glimpsed through an imaginative lens. While his music possesses a quality of timelessness, the sounds here reveal a broad spectrum of influence and also toe the line between retro and revelatory. None of that is by accident: the album, like its 2016 predecessor, We Made It Through the Wreckage, was recorded in Nashville—a place AHI finds attractive for its sound and skilled studio hands rather than its glitzy polish—and this time on analog-to-tape with flourishes of digital technology.
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A whirlwind three-year journey brought two-time GRAMMY® Award Winner songstress Lauren Daigle right back to her native Louisiana in 2017. See below for a list of Lauren Daigle’s GRAMMY Awards history.
The demanding process of trying out for the show taught her a lot of valuable lessons, and she returned home determined to sharpen her writing and singing skills. She began pursuing a degree in child and family studies at Louisiana State University, and while there, was asked by a local band to help with vocals on an EP. A demo of the EP made its way to the Centricity Music label, and they signed Daigle as a solo artist in 2013. Her five-song debut EP, the Paul Mabury -produced How Can It Be , was released in late 2014 and landed on the Christian charts. In the spring of 2015, How Can It Be was expanded into a full-length LP and became both a critical and commercial success, crossing over to reach number 30 on the Billboard Top 200 chart and eventually going platinum. It was nominated for a Grammy Award in 2016 for Best Contemporary Christian Music Album.
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Lauren Daigle will bring the World Tour to Bridgestone Arena on June 20, 2020 with special guest Johnnyswim. Tickets on sale Friday, September 20, 2019 at 10AM.
Daigle’s third studio album, Look Up Child, was released in September 2018. Bolstered by the pop crossover success of the single “You Say”, it went on to debut at No. 3 on the Billboard 200 chart, becoming the highest-charting Christian album by a woman in over 20 years, and No. 1 on the Top Christian Albums chart, with 115,000 album-equivalent units sold in the first week. The album’s lead single, “You Say”, peaked at No. 29 on the Billboard 100 chart and has broken the record for the number of weeks at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot Christian Songs chart at 35 weeks for any solo artist. The album and single earned Daigle two Grammy Awards.
On June 1, 2015, Daigle accepted her first award, Worship Song of the Year, for her single “How Can It Be” at the K-Love Awards. This was also the first K-Love Fan Award for her label, Centricity Music. The album How Can It Be won the 2016 Billboard Award for Top Christian Album and was nominated for the 2016 Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Christian Music Album. Along with being named Best New Artist at the 2015 Dove Awards, Daigle earned awards for Song of the Year and Contemporary Song of the Year (for “How Can It Be). At the next year’s ceremony, she took home the top honor of Artist of the Year, plus Songwriter of the Year, and Contemporary Recorded Song of the Year (for “Trust in You”). That year she also won two K-Love Fan Awards, for Artist of the Year and Female Artist of the Year. She received another Grammy nomination in 2017, for Best Contemporary Christian Song, (for “Trust in You”).
After the first week of being in Music City I thought, ‘Ok, I’m moving to Nashville!’” Daigle says of her current home. She began collaborating with local songwriters, sang background vocals on Jason Gray’s hit Nothing Is Wasted” and landed her own deal with Centricity Music. She made her debut with the beautiful Christmas anthem Light of the World,” which served as an appetizer that left fans anxiously awaiting her first project.
Lauren Daigle’s single ‘You Say’ is the only song in history to top both the the US Adult Contemporary and Christian Airplay Charts. The two time Grammy Award winner who has sold out every one of her shows is bringing an all new show in 2020 and will headline Festival One at Mystery Creek, Hamilton. 24 – 27th January. Festival One will be her first ever performance in New Zealand.