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Halfway to Hazard Celebrates Raising Over $1 Million for Kentucky-Based Charities

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Born and bred in rural Appalachia, Chad Warrix and David Tolliver, known as Halfway to Hazard, are celebrating an important milestone. The country duo surpassed the million dollar raised mark following the 7th Annual Crockettsville Charity Concert & Trail Ride, which was held this weekend and featured an all-star concert, with performances by charity founders Halfway to Hazard, Chris Young, Bucky Covington and more, and a 42-mile ATV trail ride.  The event raised over $140,000 with 11,000 attending.  In addition to the Crockettsville Charity Concert & Trail Ride, H2H have participated and helped organize events all over the state of KY, including the East Kentucky Flood Relief Telethon and the East Kentucky Tornado Relief Telethon.

The $1 million raised by Chad and David has been donated to charities all over their home state, including the Buckhorn Children and Family Services Charity, the Kentucky Music Hall of Fame, Trooper Island Camp and the Foundation for Appalachian Kentucky. Staying true to their musical roots, they’ve also donated a variety of musical and band instruments to schools in Rockcastle Co., Breathitt Co., Pulaski Co., Estil Co. and Wolfe Co. and have allocated funds to be used for music scholarships at various Eastern KY, schools.

“We’re proud of our roots and feel very blessed to be in a position to help our fellow Kentuckians,” said the duo. “It is an amazing feeling being able to help people while doing what you love.”

“Chad Warrix and David Tolliver, along with Concerts for a Cause and the Crockettsville Charity Concert and Trail Ride, have given children the chance for a better way of life,” said Charles Boggs, Director of the Buckhorn Children’s Foundation. “Sharing their gift and donating to Buckhorn has allowed us to meet the needs of the children during some very tough times for the center and for the state. I honestly do not know what would have happened to these children without their unbelievable support.”

They may have surpassed the million-dollar mark, but that doesn’t mean Halfway to Hazard plan on slowing down. The proud Kentucky boys have pledged to continue raising money and giving back to the region they love. The duo are also working on a new album and have plans to shoot a TV show about their long-awaited return to music. For more info on Halfway to Hazard, please visit:

Can You Help Chad Warrix Find His Stolen ATV’s????



One half of duo Halfway to Hazzard, Chad Warrix, and manager Josh Bleidt are in need of your help. In preparation of their 6th annual charity ride and concert in Crockettsville, Ky. slated for this upcoming weekend, Sept. 7-8, 2013, a trailer containing their RZR ATVs were stolen.

The vehicles were parked on a trailer in the 100 Oaks/Nashville area. If you have any information, please email Josh Bleidt at They are offering a reward for any information leading to the recovery of the ATVs.

Since 2008, Chad Warrix and David Tolliver, formerly known as Halfway to Hazard, have hosted an all-star concert and 42-mile ATV trail ride through their hometown of Crockettsville, KY that has raised $575,000 for the Buckhorn Children and Family Services Charity to-date. Celebrating its sixth anniversary this year, the event will take place September 7-8, 2013 on Crockettsville’s Abner Farm and features appearances by Lee Brice, Colt Ford, Troy Gentry, Keith Anderson, Danielle Peck, and more.

The concert and motocross event will be held on Saturday, September 7 and followed by the ATV trail ride on Sunday, September 8. Tickets are available on-site for $10 per person or $25 per carload, with all proceeds going to benefit charity.

For more information on the 2013 Crockettsville Charity Concert and Trail Ride, please visit or contact Josh Bleidt at (502)-457-7415.

Halfway to Hazard Raises Over $200,000 For Tornado Relief Telethon In Hometown Of Hazard, KY

Halfway to Hazard

CBS affiliate WYMT raised over $200,000 for recent victims of the Kentucky tornado storms during the East Kentucky Tornado Relief Telethon, held last Tuesday, March 14. Hosted by Hazzard, KY natives Chad Warrix and David Tollier, (from duo Halfway to Hazard) the telethon covered 27 counties in Eastern Kentucky and West Virginia.

During the 3.5 hour telethon, Warrix and Tollier answered phones, took donations, and performed for viewers. Showing support for the event, other celebrities and dignitaries lended their likeness to help create awareness including Rob Bironas (TN Titans & KY Native), Dean Sams (Lonestar), Keith Anderson and Congressman Hal Rodgers.

Chad Warrix, currently working his solo debut single, “Rain on the Roof,” has been out on radio tour and in the studio finishing up his debut solo album.

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Pictured Above L-R: David Tollier, Chad Warrix and 96.5 WXCC’s Jill Fraley, Coal Country Mornings Host

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The 2011 Crockettsville Charity Concert and Trail Ride

SAVE THE DATE for the fourth annual Crockettsville Charity Concert and Trail Ride presented by Chad Warrix and David Tolliver of the former country duo, Halfway to Hazard.

The event features a star-studded concert and thrilling 42-mile ATV trail ride through rarely-ridden Kentucky terrain while raising money and awareness for the Buckhorn Children & Family Services Charity.

This year’s full performer line-up will be announced soon, so stay tuned for details!

WHEN: Saturday, August 27th- Sunday, August 28th, 2011
WHERE: 586 Hwy 315, Booneville, KY 41314.
TICKETS: $10 per person / $20 per carload. All profits will go to benefit Buckhorn Children & Family Services. Concert seating is first come, first serve. If you are planning to camp, please call 1-877-366-5195. All trail riders are required to bring their own ATVs.

For more information on the 2011 Crockettsville Charity Concert & Trail Ride, please visit:

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