Walker Hayes Adds Second Nashville Date to Tour

Due to popular demand, country artist and Franklin resident, Walker Hayes is adding a second Nashville stop to his tour.

His 2019 “Dream On It” tour begin at the end of January in Houston, Texas. Initially Hayes’ tour only included one stop in Nashville on March 5th at Mercy Lounge, but due to an overwhelming response, a second date has been added – March 6th, 8 p at Mercy Lounge. Joining Hayes on tour is rising country artist Filmore.

Tickets are on sale now here.

The “Dream On It” tour name 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 thousands of creative and exciting proposals.

Amidst our wintry cold blast, you can relive summer with Hayes “90s Country” single.The single beckons back to the great country hits of the 1990s – songs we all remember and love from our backyard BBQs, summers by the lake, road-tripping with friends and family, and dancing at our favorite music festivals. Walker references 22 classic hits from the 90’s including “Strawberry Wine” by Deana Carter, “Cowboy Take Me Away” by The Dixie Chicks, “She Thinks My Tractor’s Sexy” by Kenny Chesney, and others.

The video, directed by Alex Alvga, was shot on Old Hickory Lake just outside of Nashville. Walker wanted the video to stir-up his own hometown feelings of growing up in the 90’s and the songs that raised him. As a kid, he spent his summers out on the water; water skiing and wake-boarding on Magnolia River and Dog River in Mobile, AL. In fact, it was those memories and feelings that gave Walker the idea of paying homage to one of his personal favorites growing-up, Alan Jackson’s video for “Chattahoochee.”

Walker was outfitted with wakeboard equipment by Hyperlite and pulled by specialty wakeboard boats by Nautique, provided by TNT Water Sports located in Hendersonville, TN. Walker even enlisted the help of WIVK DJ, Gunner, to make a special guest appearance.

Watch the video above.