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Hunter Hayes Releases New Single, “Yesterday’s Song”


Hunter Hayes has pulled the curtain back on the first three tracks from his as-yet-untitled studio album. Hayes surprised fans by sharing a sampling of his new music – “Yesterday’s Song,” “Amen” and “Young Blood” – via social media on his 25th birthday before shipping his new single, “Yesterday’s Song,” to country radio today, Oct. 3rd. Fully immersed in crafting the song from start to finish, the five-time GRAMMY nominee wrote “Yesterday’s Song”with Barry Dean and Martin Johnson and produced the track with his longtime co-creator, Dann Huff.

“I’m beyond excited to share this new single with everyone,” said Hayes. “I’ve been on such an incredible journey this past year, not just musically but personally as well. There’s always been that next goal to reach, whether it was a single or an album or an arena tour, and this is the first time I’ve really been able to kind of step back from all of that and just let my instincts and creativity flow. I’ve waited a long time to get this new music out, and ‘Yesterday’s Song’ really captures that free feeling, that joyous realization that you’re moving on and starting this fresh, new chapter.”

An innovative artist who pushes boundaries both creatively and technologically, Hayes is constantly exploring non-traditional avenues to share music with fans however and wherever they are able to consume it, most recently rolling out a series of songs entitled The 21 Project via streaming services and a limited edition three-disc collection showcasing the metamorphosis of each song from acoustic to studio to live recordings. Eager to share his new music with fans, Hayes again turned to social media and streaming services to introduce the three songs from his forthcoming studio album.

“Yesterday’s Song” is available to download now at and is currently featured on iTunes’ “Hot Tracks” list and “Country A-List” as well as Spotify’s “Hot Country” playlist. It can be streamed on Spotify.

Hayes continues to perform select headlining dates across the country. For more information and the latest updates, visit

Celebrate Double Platinum Status with Hunter Hayes TOMORROW

Hunter Hayes

Hunter Hayes‘ debut album has gone DOUBLE PLATINUM and he is celebrating with a Facebook live stream! Get ready for the live stream on Sun., July 31 at 6pm CT.    CLICK HERE for the link!

7th Annual ‘Darius And Friends’ Raises $197k For St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital

Photo Credit: Randi Radcliff

Photo Credit: Randi Radcliff

Darius Rucker brought his friends together last week for a celebrity-packed benefit concert and golf tournament that again reminded the sold-out crowd of the important work done for families at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital while raising $197,000 for their continued efforts.

On Monday, June 6, the seventh annual Darius and Friends benefit concert took place at the Wildhorse Saloon in Nashville. With performances from Terri Clark, Hunter Hayes, LOCASH, Scotty McCreery, Charley Pride, Dan Tyminski and Drake White, the concert was the unofficial kickoff of Nashville’s CMA Fest.

Terri Clark, Charley Pride and Drake White joined Rucker again the next day for the Celebrity Tee-Off, joining gold medalist Scott Hamilton, David Nail, Dustin Lynch and NASCAR driver Michael Annett. This year’s events bring the annual benefit’s total contribution to St. Jude to $857,000.

Darius and Friends is sponsored by A. O. Smith, Intel, CDW-G, Hutton Hotel, CAA, Tin Roof, Humdingers and Maverick.

Rucker is currently on his on his Good For a Good Time Tour with special guests Dan + Shay and Michael Ray.  For more information about Darius Rucker, please visit and follow @dariusrucker at Twitter.


Charlie Worsham Hosts “Midnite Jamboree” During CMA Fest

Charlie Worsham

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This past weekend, Charlie Worsham hosted “Midnite Jamboree Hosted by Charlie Worsham Featuring ??” with different surprise performances by special guests Thursday, Friday and Saturday evening, including Eric Church, Vince Gill, Kid Rock, Hunter Hayes, Brandy Clark, Aubrie Sellers, the Brothers Osborne, Brent Cobb, Margo Price and Lucie Silvas. The event was held at the iconic Ernest Tubb Record Shop on Broadway in downtown Nashville Thursday and Friday evening, and was moved to a larger venue, aVenue, Saturday evening to accommodate the massive amount of fans who wanted to attend.

As long as he can remember, Worsham has had a deep love and appreciation for the history and impact that Ernest Tubb has had on country music, specifically with the record store he opened in the ’40’s, and the Jamboree that he started in that record shop, which over the years developed a reputation for giving struggling young country artists the opportunity to shine.

“This weekend, we shined a light on one of country music’s most hallowed landmarks,” Worsham said. “Thank you so much to the loyal fans who came out, and to the incredibly gracious artists who joined me on stage. I am blessed everyone put the music first, followed their hearts and let some big magic happen over the past few days. My heart and soul are overflowing with gratitude, joy and love.”

In addition to hosting “Midnite Jamboree” Worsham just completed his first album in three years, with release dates being announced soon.


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