Lauren Alaina couldn't wait to share her new single "Ladies in the '90s" with her fans. So on Thursday (Sept. 6) — the day she announced that the song is coming — she debuted it live at a concert in her home state of Georgia.

A fan in the Macon crowd captured it on video and uploaded it to Twitter. The song is expected at country radio on Oct. 5.

"Ladies in the '90s" ignites sweet nostalgia for times when Twitter wasn't a thing and Britney Spears ruled the world. It's in infectious track that will lead Alaina's next studio album, following radio singles "Next Boyfriend," "Road Less Traveled" and "Doin’ Fine."

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Despite the excitement surrounding the new song, Alaina has been dealing with her share of personal struggles recently that that have caused her to postpone a few shows while dealing with a family emergency. Alaina's stepfather is currently battling cancer.

Currently out on tour with Jason Aldean, Alaina will star on the road through the end of the year, starting a tour with Cole Swindell and Dustin Lynch on Oct. 4. If that's not enough, Alaina is nominated for New Artist of the Year at the upcoming CMA Awards, which will air live from Nashville on Nov. 14.

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