“I just told the truth. That’s it. I struggled with addiction, and alcohol was a problem. I’m sober two years now, and I wanted to be vocal about it,” he admitted.
Hayes remembers the places he used to go before he made it big when he heads out on the town for dinner or good music.
For Walker Hayes, authenticity remained his No. 1 priority while creating his debut record, boom.
Leave it to Walker Hayes to drop an album full of quirks, sick beats and plenty of heart, all wrapped around thought-provoking lyrics unlike anything you’ll hear on country radio today.
“It’s about those times when you don’t want to think of what a song reminds you of,” Hayes explains.
The six Hayes children are bursting with anticipation as they wait for their new sibling to be added to the mix.
The Unapologetically Tour kicks off in Birmingham, Alabama, on February 8, and continues throughout the spring until Stagecoach 2018 at the end of April.
boom. features the single “You Broke Up With Me,” which just hit the Top 30 and is still climbing the charts.
Our August 2017 playlist includes songs from seasoned acts like Thomas Rhett and Darius Rucker, as well as newcomers like Brandon Lay and Jillian Jacqueline.
Wakler Hayes opens up about his career struggles and shares how meeting Shane McAnally changed his life and career.
Our 10 Songs playlist for July includes tunes from Brett Young, Kelsea Ballerini, Little Big Town, Ryan Hurd and many others.
Sounds Like Nashville captured each of the artists with an homage to the past with the original Instagram… a Polaroid.
Tapped on deck to join Bones for the tour are Walker Hayes and Nikita Karmen, and fans can be sure to expect to see some other familiar faces along the way as usual.
The event raised over $250,000 for 147 Million Orphans, which provides the necessities of life to children in need all across the globe.
“If anyone follows my wife Lauren or me on social media, they probably already know how important 147 is to us,” said the “Vacation” singer.