Lauren Alaina and Trisha Yearwood Join Forces On ‘Getting Good’
After hitting it off on the set of Trisha’s Southern Kitchen earlier this year, Lauren Alaina and Trisha Yearwood decided…
Trisha Yearwood; Photo by Russ Harrington, Lauren Alaina; Photo Courtesy Mercury Nashville
After hitting it off on the set of Trisha’s Southern Kitchen earlier this year, Lauren Alaina and Trisha Yearwood decided to join forces in the studio and it resulted in a stunning new version of “Getting Good.”
The powerhouse vocalists teased their collaboration on social media earlier this week.
“Cooking something up with @laurenalaina Hint: it’s not in the kitchen,” Yearwood wrote with a wink emoji.
The song was officially released Friday (June 26) and is available to download or stream now.
“I just love the sentiment of this song,” Yearwood shared in a statement. “We all have these dreams. What you learn, is it’s not the goals that you reach that are the things you’re really going to remember, it’s the journey all along the way. So that lyric – once I learn to grow right where I’m planted, maybe that’s when life starts getting good – that’s the truth. That’s the life lesson.”
“I’m so thankful that I get to share such an important message with one of the most important and impactful voices in my life,” Lauren added. “Trisha is a beautiful person inside and out. I’m honored she said yes to this song and to me. I’m learning to grow right where I’m planted, and I’m realizing, life’s already good.”
“Getting Good” is Lauren Alaina’s current radio single. The song was written by Emily Weisband and produced by David Garcia.
“Getting Good” is all about living in the moment and encourages listeners to enjoy what they have and stop fretting over what they don’t.
“Once I get a house that I can hang my hat on, I bet I’ll want to build a bigger one if I could,” goes the chorus. “I’m thinking, once I learn to grow right where I’m planted, maybe that’s when life starts getting good.”
Click above to listen to Lauren Alaina and Trisha Yearwood’s “Getting Good” duet.
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