Lauren Alaina brought her patriotism and beautiful vocals to PBS' A Capitol Fourth celebration on Wednesday night (July 4). In honor of the holiday, Alaina sang her song "Road Less Traveled" during the concert in Washington, DC.

A Capitol Fourth -- which also featured, among others, Jimmy Buffet and Luke Combs -- took place on the West Lawn of the U.S. Capitol. For her performance, Alaina wore a dress adorned with glittering stars and matching star earrings -- a festive look indeed. Halfway through her song, Alaina walked through the crowd to a larger stage and was joined by an all-women drumline, which added a powerful rhythm to the song, and a full orchestra. Readers can press play above to hear the full heartfelt rendition.

The title track of her sophomore album, "Road Less Traveled" became a No. 1 hit for Alaina after its release as a single. She penned the song with along with Jesse Frasure and Meghan Trainor.

Alaina is spending her summer on tour with Jason Aldean, as part of Aldean's High Noon Neon Tour. In August, she'll co-host the 2018 ACM Honors ceremony with Jon Pardi.

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