Walker Hayes Hits The Road With The Dream On It Tour
Staying true to the commitment he has for his fans, country music star, Walker Hayes, continues to engage with them in typically unorthodox ways. This time around he asked for their help with naming his upcoming 2019 tour. The Dream On It tour moniker was submitted through a contest Walker posted to his social channels and was chosen by Walker himself. The winning fan’s suggestion was selected from a swarm of thousands of creative and exciting proposals and they will have the opportunity to attend any of the tour’s show dates (travel and accommodations not included) with a guest as well as dinner with Walker and his band at the tour stop of their choosing. Walker announced the winning title of the tour on Monday, November 12th on his Instagram account. He was so grateful for all the support that he contacted the fan via Facetime on Monday.
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Walker nominated for CMT Music Award
Walker Hayes was pretty stoked to get nominated for his first-ever CMT Music Award in the “Breakthrough Video of the Year” category…his kids however…not so much – watch this!
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Walker Hayes owes his career to his dad
His dad got him his first gig — at a bar in Alabama. And Walker Hayes was annoyed. His future was set. Hayes was 23, and engaged to marry his high school sweetheart Laney. After the wedding, he was going to build a career in real estate alongside his dad. The only reason he agreed to play show was to get his dad off his back. Read the full story HERE.
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How Kenny Chesney inspired Walker Hayes
There’s a song on Walker Hayes’ debut album boom. called “Shut Up Kenny.” It’s kind of like Taylor Swift‘s debut single “Tim McGraw” or Eric Church‘s “Springsteen,” all about how melodies can spark memories. “‘Shut Up Kenny’ is also a true story. My wife (Laney) and I associate so many memories in our relationship with the timing of Kenny Chesney songs. His song ‘Anything But Mine,’ in particular, reminds me of the year we moved to Nashville,” Hayes said in a recent radio interview. Read the full story HERE.
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