Iowa-born, Nashville-based rising country star Hailey Whitters is “one of the most interesting voices in country music” (NPR). Scoring her breakthrough moment in 2020 with the release of "Ten Year Town," the lead single from her self-funded debut album The Dream, the album was called "the year’s deepest country album" by The Washington Post, and appeared on more than 15 year-end best of lists, kickstarting the story of how Whitters' lifelong Dream of country music stardom became realized. The subsequent deluxe album Living The Dream found Whitters’ self-fulfilling The Dream’s prophecy, enlisting friends and collaborators Brent Cobb, Jordan Davis, Hillary Lindsey, Lori McKenna, Little Big Town, and Trisha Yearwood to appear on five new songs. The GRAMMY-nominated singer / songwriter signed a record deal with Big Loud Records / Songs & Daughters / Pigasus in 2021, and released her third studio album Raised in 2022, a lauded set also named one of the best of the year by outlets like Rolling Stone and Holler, and earning Whitters profiles with The New Yorker, New York Magazine, Billboard, and more. RIAA Platinum-certified debut single “Everything She Ain’t” skyrocketed Whitters into country’s mainstream, adding to over 390 million career streams and earning her the 2023 ACM New Female Artist of the Year award. Today, her momentum continues building with new EP I’m In Love, featuring title track and sophomore single to country radio "I'm In Love," the most-added single of the week upon impact. In 2023, Whitters headlined with her Raised Tour for the first time ever, followed by summer and fall supporting slots with Luke Bryan, Eric Church, and Shania Twain. This year, she headlines again on her winter Can't Tie'r Down Tour before hitting the road supporting Dan + Shay, Luke Combs, and Jason Aldean throughout 2024.