Walker Hayes :: With Special Guest SixForty1
Hits Include: “90’s Country,” “Craig” & “You Broke Up With Me”
Doors open at 7pm
Early Entry Doors open at 6:30pm
Monument Records recording artist, Walker Hayes, is a singer/songwriter originally from Mobile, Alabama. Hayes’ current single “90’s Country” made its debut on Good Morning America and is available for purchase or download everywhere. The single, which references 22 90’s country songs, was written by Hayes, Shane McAnally and LYRX. and co-produced by David Garcia, McAnally and Hayes.
In December 2017, Hayes released his debut album boom., which he co- produced with GRAMMY Award winning producer and songwriter, McAnally. The 10 track album includes the RIAA certified Platinum hit, “You Broke Up With Me” as well as fan favorites “Halloween” and “Beautiful.” Tracks from the album were nominated for Radio Disney Country Favorite Song (“You Broke Up With Me”), CMT Breakthrough Music Video of the Year (“You Broke Up With Me”) and AIMP Song of the Year (“Craig”).
Hayes is currently headlining his Dream On It Tour. Last year, he headlined his first every Good As Gold Tour and has previously toured with Kelsea Ballerina, Thomas Rhett, Dan + Shay, Old Dominion and more.
For pop country duo SixForty1, their journey to find their sound and place in Nashville music scene can be best compared to a winding road - much like their name. “My cousin came up with the name, after US-641. It cuts through Murray, where Austin and I met,” says member Brooks Hoffman. “It’s a road that brings a lot of people together, which is what we try to do with our music,” adds fellow member Austin Gee. Their early success proves the duo has done just that. With latest single “Plane Crazy” at nearly 600k streams, a recent booking deal with Creative Artist Agency (CAA), and hundreds of hometown fans behind them, there’s little doubt the boys of SixForty1 have found their footing and are quickly paving their way to a place amongst the genre’s top artists.
Must be 21 to attend. Standing Room Only. Non-refundable. Lineup subject to change. Ticket prices increase the day of the show.