Walker Hayes has released a new song to radio, and the music video for "Y'all Life" features his family!
In this new song, Walker celebrates life in the south. In an interview he says he pulled from his childhood memories from growing up in Mobile, Alabama, and that he wanted to give fans that small town football atmosphere when he wrote the song. Oh and he also name drops the Olive Garden in this one!
Walker co-wrote the “Y’all Life” with Pete Good and Josh Jenkins with additional songwriting credits to “Country Grammar” writers Cornell Haynes Jr. (Nelly) and Jason Epperson. You can catch this song LIVE when Walker comes to the Covelli Center in Youngstown on Saturday, October 15th with Parmalee!
Walker Hayes headed to New York City on Wednesday night to sing his hit song "Fancy Like" for his debut on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon!
Walker Hayes made his late night TV debut last night on Late Night With Seth Meyers singing his catchy tune "Fancy Like":
Walker Hayes has released his next single "Don't Let Her" which is a love song all about his wife, Laney. He says that he hopes that fans love the song as much as he loves her. The song was co-written by Walker, Andrew DeRoberts, and Shane McAnally, and is a conversation between Walker and hypothetical man taking his place if something were to happen to him. It started as a series of texts to his wife about all the things he loves about her, and turned into this song, a modern day love letter.
He's also released the lyric video which gives fans a look into their, almost, life long relationship. From meeting in elementary school, to the family they now share together.
This song is not included on his last album. Perhaps it's part of a new project? We'll keep you updated! In the meantime, what do you think about this new song? Let us know!