Hayes thanked the tattoo artist and called the ink ‘perfect.’
The anniversary post came just one week after the devastating news that the Hayes family lost their seventh child just hours after she was born.
Craig Campbell was joined by his many friends to help raise money for colorectal cancer research at his annual Cornhole Challenge.
Our thoughts and prayers go out to Walker Hayes and his family as they mourn the loss of their baby girl. The child, their seventh, was born Wednesday, June 6.
In a post to Instagram, Hayes and his team shared the heartbreaking news.
“It is with great sadness that Laney and…
Carly Pearce and Walker Hayes are among the first-time nominees getting to perform during the 2018 CMT Music Awards.
“I’ve met countless people who have been inspired by the song to give cars to families in need, pay it forward, adopting children, etc. in response to the song. It’s crazy what the story of Craig and me is causing,” he explained in the note.
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Old Dominion will take out a few of their friends on the road for support, including High Valley, Michael Ray, Granger Smith and Walker Hayes.
Hayes admitted that Craig was “undone” and “speechless” when he heard the track for the first time.
Ballerini played Unapologetically almost front to back, with the fans singing along to practically every word.
“I feel like we’re just scratching the surface of what this song is going to propel in society,” Hayes explained of the song’s message.
Also announced to play a few of their own songs during the Smokeout includes Midland, Drake White and the Big Fire, Aaron Lewis, Ashley McBryde, Kane Brown, Walker Hayes, Ryan Kinder and many more.
The 6th annual ACM Party for a Cause event will feature performances from more than 40 artists, including Kip Moore, Jon Pardi and others.
Family is incredibly important to Walker Hayes, who loves having his six kids out on the road with him while he’s touring.
Kelsea Ballerini proved to be a powerhouse with a dazzling performance on the legendary stage of the Ryman Auditorium.
“I could never have imagined that in my 13th year here in Nashville I’d have a single in the top ten and a headline tour,” said Hayes.
The Faster Horses Festival will take place in Brooklyn, MI from July 20-22.
“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.