Wade Hayes was a guest on RFD-TV's popular "On The Record" with host and renowned broadcaster Suzanne Alexander this week. The two chatted about Wade growing up in Oklahoma, performing in bars and other local venues at age 14, getting signed to Columbia Records and his string of enduring hits, being diagnosed with and beating cancer, raising cattle and releasing his new album Old Country Still Rocks. He also performed an acoustic version of the title cut, and the episode will air in the new season in early February.
Old Country Still Rocks is an 11-song set that celebrates Wade's heroes, Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson, Bob Wills, Merle Haggard and other icons. The songs were part of his musical education as he grew up playing in Oklahoma clubs with his father Don, a well-respected local musician. The album is available HERE on Conabor Records.
Wade is inviting his fans to a free concert, which will include shooting a music video for the title track of his new Old Country Still Rocks album. The event will take place Tuesday, December 19, 6 p.m. at the Music City Bar & Grill, 2416 Music Valley Dr., Nashville, TN 37214. The concert/video shoot is free and open to the public. Admittance is first come, first served until the venue is at capacity.
For more information on Wade Hayes, go to www.WadeHayes.com and follow him on Facebook, Instagram and X (formerly Twitter)