• CAYLEE HAMMACK PARTNERS WITH ORLY COLOR LABS TO EXPRESS DEBUT ALBUM IF IT WASN’T FOR YOU THROUGH COLOR.

     

    “One of Nashville’s most promising young singers” (Washington Post) Caylee Hammack is partnering with ORLY Color Labs to celebrate the launch of her already critically-acclaimed and just-released debut album IF IT WASN’T FOR YOU. Hammack customized nail colors inspired by her songs on the record through ORLY Color Labs Mobile. This online platform allows users to choose photo inspirations or upload their favorite photos to create a color palette. Fans are encouraged to create their own custom shades inspired by Hammack’s album at colorlabs.com.

    The 12 signature shades Hammack created will be available in trios to be released quarterly. The “If It Wasn’t For You Nail Polish Collection 1” features fiery reddish hues inspired by the tracks “Just Friends,” “Looking for a Lighter,” and “Redhead.” The nail collection retails for $35 and is available for pre-order now at store.cayleehammack.com. The musical package of a physical autographed CD, a digital copy of the album, and the nail collection retails for $55.

    “I love being able to express myself through my music, but also through fashion and the colors that I’m wearing,” shared Hammack. “I’m always changing my nail polish color to suit my mood, and so this partnership felt like the perfect fit for my new record. I’m excited for these first colors to be out there in the world and for people to enjoy them like I have enjoyed working on them with Orly.”

    IF IT WASN’T FOR YOU takes listeners on an intimate journey, from Hammack growing up in Ellaville, GA, braving a medical scare and coming out the other side of a bad love that was the catalyst for her turning down a scholarship to Belmont University and ultimately arriving in Nashville, TN. The LP has already been praised by critics with PEOPLE declaring the set as a “a lavish feast of autobiographical storytelling, served up with catchy hooks and the singer’s power-packed voice.” Some of country music’s most potent women have also thrown in on Hammack’s debut, with appearances by Reba, Ashley McBryde and Tenille Townes. Hammack also continues to show her reverence for classic country music, just releasing a collaboration with Country music icon Alan Jackson: a special rendition of Don Williams’ “Lord, I Hope This Day Is Good.”

    Currently nominated for ACM “New Female Artist Of The Year” and “Music Event Of The Year,” Caylee Hammack has been noted as an “Artist To Watch” by outlets including The Bobby Bones Show, Rolling Stone and HITS Magazine for her “voice to move mountains” (Rolling Stone). With her breakout Top 30 single “Family Tree” marking the most-added single at Country radio by a female artist in over three years, Hammack, the Capitol Nashville recording artist has previously brought her unforgettable live set to opening slots for Eric Church, Dierks Bentley, Miranda Lambert, Trisha Yearwood, Brothers Osborne and some of country music’s biggest festivals. For more information visit www.cayleehammack.com.

  • CAYLEE HAMMACK’S “DREAM COME TRUE” APPEARS ON HER DEBUT ALBUM, IF IT WASN’T FOR YOU.

    Caylee Hammack just released her debut album, If It Wasn’t For You, and she experienced a surreal moment during the process of putting together her record when she realized a dream come true — she got to record a song with the iconic Reba McEntire. The song, titled “Redhead” is a fitting tribute to all the fiery gingers in the world.

    “Having a song I get to sing with Reba McEntire is a dream come true. It definitely is a childhood dream of mine that I never, honestly, thought could ever happen,” says Caylee. “But God has been so good to me to connect me to wonderful people that I look up to (and) that I’ve always admired, and I admire even more when I get to know them personally. Reba McEntire is such a professional. She’s such a businesswoman, but also so kindhearted and good willed. Just working with her, it was truly a dream that I never thought could come true.”

    Caylee was supposed to tour as Reba’s opening act this spring and summer, but the tour — along with many others — were postponed until next year because of COVID-19. Caylee is making the most of it, though, hosting virtual concerts with her friends and CMT every week or having socially distanced backporch parties with pals Ashley McBryde and Tenille Townes.

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    “Having a song I get to sing with Reba McEntire is a dream come true. It definitely is a childhood dream of mine that I never, honestly, thought could ever happen. But God has been so good to me to connect me to wonderful people that I look up to (and) that I’ve always admired, and I admire even more when I get to know them personally. Reba McEntire is such a professional. She’s such a businesswoman, but also so kindhearted and good willed. Just working with her, it was truly a dream that I never thought could come true.”

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  • CAYLEE HAMMACK’S “LAVISH FEAST OF AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL STORYTELLING” IN DEBUT RECORD IF IT WASN’T FOR YOU IS OUT TODAY AND PULLS IN EARLY CRITICAL ACCLAIM.

    “Larger than life, glowing with punk-rock energy, an electric technicolor persona” (HITS) breakout singer/songwriter Caylee Hammack’s debut album IF IT WASN’T FOR YOU is available today.  Hammack, who wrote and produced every track on the 13-song collection, will kick off her first-ever album release week with a full-band livestream of the whole record tonight on YouTube and Facebook at 6pm CT. Hammack has also invited special guests, friends and album collaborators Ashley McBryde and Tenille Townes to join her during the livestream event, available to watch here.

    The support I have felt from the minute this album was released has been overwhelming,” said Hammack. “If it wasn’t for every person on my team, every person willing to listen to a new artist and emotionally invest in them, and my family, I wouldn’t have been able to create this album. So thank you. Thank you so very much.  I feel free in a way I’ve never felt before with this album out in the world now.”

    Critics have been quick to praise Hammack’s debut album and the vulnerable songs on the collection:

    “A dynamic singer and equally memorable songwriter, Hammack’s soulful vocals and descriptive lyrics shine.” – Billboard

    “Manages to thread the needle beautifully” – American Songwriter

    “A lavish feast of autobiographical storytelling, served up with catchy hooks and the singer’s power-packed voice.”  – PEOPLE

    “Songs filled with smart, shit-kicking energy” – Rolling Stone
    “It’s safe to say that Caylee Hammack has one of the wildest life stories of any rising artist at the moment, and there is no doubt she’s born for a life in music.” – CMT

     

    “Songwriter/producer/full-throttle vocalist’s positivity-seeking If It Wasn’t for You includes the perky down-home “Family Tree, the Kacey Musgraves-feeling “Small Town Hypocrite” and the clever Southern charm kiss-off “Preciatcha” – HITS

     

    “Known for her mix of clever lyrics and haunting melodies” – Music Row

     

    “Shows off a strong voice and a stronger disposition.” – Star Tribune 

     

    “Hammack writes with a keen sense of observation and clever lyrics” – Taste Of Country

     

    “One of Country’s most promising newcomers” – Variety

     

    IF IT WASN’T FOR YOU takes listeners on an intimate journey, from Hammack growing up in Ellaville, GA, braving a medical scare and coming out the other side of a bad love that was the catalyst for her turning down a scholarship to Belmont University and ultimately arriving in Nashville, TN. The LP exudes that Hammack is all about the truth, the complete, whole unvarnished truth. Some of country music’s most potent women have also thrown in on Hammack’s debut. With appearances by Reba, Ashley McBryde and Tenille Townes, Hammack is setting a bar for women across the genre. Hammack also continues to show her reverence for classic country music, just releasing a collaboration with Country music icon Alan Jackson: a special rendition of Don Williams’ “Lord, I Hope This Day Is Good.”

    Currently nominated for ACM “New Female Artist Of The Year” and “Music Event Of The Year,” Caylee Hammack has been noted as an “Artist To Watch” by outlets including The Bobby Bones Show, Rolling Stone and HITS Magazine for her “voice to move mountains” (Rolling Stone). With her breakout Top 30 single “Family Tree” marking the most-added single at Country radio by a female artist in over three years, Hammack, the Capitol Nashville recording artist has previously brought her unforgettable live set to opening slots for Eric Church, Dierks Bentley, Miranda Lambert, Trisha Yearwood, Brothers Osborne and some of country music’s biggest festivals. For more information visit www.cayleehammack.com.

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    Audio / Caylee Hammack talks about her debut album.

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    Caylee Hammack (debut album) OC: …to tell you. :29
    “Working on my debut album, it is the first time I’ve actually truly had a voice of my own. It’s the first time I’ve actually got to sing my own songs. It’s the first time I get to be heard, which is so exciting and something that as an artist we yearn and dream of every night when we go to bed. Every single song on this record is a little part of me that I’ve turned into a story to tell you.”

  • CAYLEE HAMMACK SET TO RELEASE HER DEBUT ALBUM ON FRIDAY, AUGUST 14TH.

    Caylee Hammack will release her debut album, If It Wasn’t For You, on Friday (August 14th). The thoughtful Georgia born-and-bred singer-songwriter penned all 13 tracks on the collection, including “Just Friends,” “Family Tree,” “Redhead” (which is a duet with Reba McEntire). She titled the collection, If It Wasn’t For You, to honor all of those who helped make her dream of being a country music artist a reality.

    “The album was named If It Wasn’t For You, because I could not have made this record in any capacity without all of the people in my life – my family who have encouraged me from day one; God being able to give me ideas and lining me up with people to make it; every single person listening. They don’t understand how important it is that they listen so I could be heard. If it wasn’t for everyone, none of this would happen.”

    Currently nominated for ACM “New Female Artist Of The Year” and “Music Event Of The Year,” Caylee Hammack has been noted as an “Artist To Watch” by outlets including The Bobby Bones Show, Rolling Stone and HITS Magazine for her “mix of clever lyrics and haunting melodies” (Music Row). With her breakout Top 30 single “Family Tree” marking the most-added single at Country radio by a female artist in over three years, Hammack has “created a kind of country music that’s larger—and brighter—than real life”(HITS Magazine). The Capitol Nashville recording artist has previously brought her unforgettable live set to opening slots for Eric Church, Dierks Bentley, Miranda Lambert, Trisha Yearwood, Brothers Osborne and some of country music’s biggest festivals. For more information visit cayleehammack.com

     

     

     

    Audio / Caylee Hammack talks about naming her debut album, If It Wasn't For You.

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    “The album was named If It Wasn’t For You, because I could not have made this record in any capacity without all of the people in my life – my family who have encouraged me from day one; God being able to give me ideas and lining me up with people to make it; every single person listening. They don’t understand how important it is that they listen so I could be heard. If it wasn’t for everyone, none of this would happen. So, the record is named If It Wasn’t For You.”

     

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  • CAYLEE HAMMACK RISES FROM THE ASHES WITH HER NEW SONG “FORGED IN THE FIRE” AVAILABLE TODAY.

    Capitol Nashville’s Caylee Hammack is sharing more of her unique journey with the gripping new song “Forged In The Fire,” available here. Taken from her forthcoming debut album IF IT WASN’T FOR YOU available on August 14, the autobiographical track details how Hammack’s house burned down while she was away on a songwriting retreat losing just about everything – except for a few song-inspiring pieces such as her grandmother’s quilt. Written by Hammack, with Thomas Finchum and Andy Skib, the song’s lyrics are thought-provoking asking “When does a phoenix learn how to fly, Do I get my wings when I stop asking why.” Hammack revealed more behind the song in a special interview and video premiere exclusively with PEOPLE, who declares her anticipated debut album as a “lavish feast of autobiographical storytelling, served up with catchy hooks and the singer’s power-packed voice” available here. 

    “My father used to tell me that all of the strongest and most beautiful things are forged in fire. Iron is weak until you work it in fire. Glass can’t be blown without immense heat,” elaborated Hammack. “I grew up with this saying as a motto handed down when I needed reminding and it was rarely thought of; until I had an electrical fire at my home in 2017. I lost so much, but gained so much more. I learned that material things don’t matter. The people who surrounded me and helped me find the salvageable pieces loved me and I wasn’t alone through the hardship. Life was dark at the time, but the love I felt around me was deep. God’s seen me through, and also given me some stories to tell.  What more could I ask for?”

    Hammack’s upcoming debut record IF IT WASN’T FOR YOU takes listeners on an intimate journey, from growing up in Ellaville, GA, braving a medical scare and coming out the other side of a bad love that was the catalyst for her turning down a scholarship to Belmont University and ultimately arriving in Nashville, TN. With Hammack co-writing and co-producing every track on the 13-song collection, the album exudes that Hammack is all about the truth, the complete, whole unvarnished truth. Some of country music’s most potent women have also thrown in on Hammack’s debut. With appearances by Reba, Ashley McBryde and Tenille Townes, Hammack is setting a bar for women across the genre. Hammack also continues to show her reverence for classic country music, just releasing a collaboration with Country music icon Alan Jackson: a special rendition of Don Williams’ “Lord, I Hope This Day Is Good.”

    Currently nominated for ACM “New Female Artist Of The Year” and “Music Event Of The Year,” Caylee Hammack has been noted as an “Artist To Watch” by outlets including The Bobby Bones Show, Rolling Stone and HITS Magazine for her “voice to move mountains” (Rolling Stone). With her breakout Top 30 single “Family Tree” marking the most-added single at Country radio by a female artist in over three years, Hammack has “created a kind of country music that’s larger—and brighter—than real life” (HITS Magazine). The Capitol Nashville recording artist has previously brought her unforgettable live set to opening slots for Eric Church, Dierks Bentley, Miranda Lambert, Trisha Yearwood, Brothers Osborne and some of country music’s biggest festivals. For more information visit www.cayleehammack.com.

  • CAYLEE HAMMACK COLLABORATES WITH ALAN JACKSON ON THE CLASSIC DON WILLIAMS HIT “LORD, I HOPE THIS DAY IS GOOD.”

    Capitol Nashville’s Caylee Hammack continues to hold high her reverence for classic country music, today releasing a collaboration with Country music icon Alan Jackson: a special rendition of Don Williams’ “Lord, I Hope This Day Is Good.” Produced by Dave Cobb, the new track is available to stream here, Hammack and Jackson’s unique vocals complement each other on the song’s timely message of optimism and hope.

    “This song has held a special place in my heart since childhood,” shared Hammack.  “And, during the past few months at home, I have found myself frequently visiting songs I grew up on because of the comfort it has brought me, especially this one.  It has always been a golden classic in my heart and I believe in many others; and it’s message felt much needed today.   Alan Jackson was gracious enough to bring his voice and heart to this song and made it feel like chicken noodle soup for the country music soul. I just feel very honored to be able to send our rendition out into the world today!”

    “It’s so nice to be able to finally record one of my favorite Don Williams songs with a great message for today and to be able to sing it with another Georgia native with a sweet voice,” added Jackson.

    Hammack just announced her major label debut album IF IT WASN’T FOR YOU will be available on August 14. Currently nominated for two ACM Awards Hammack, who co-wrote and co-produced every song on the 13-track set, takes listeners on an intimate journey. From growing up in Ellaville, GA, braving a medical scare and coming out the other side of a bad love that was the catalyst for her turning down a scholarship to Belmont University and ultimately arriving in Nashville, TN. Some of country music’s most potent women have also thrown in on Hammack’s debut including Reba, Ashley McBryde and Tenille Townes.

    About Caylee Hammack: 
    Currently nominated for ACM “New Female Artist Of The Year” and “Music Event Of The Year,” Caylee Hammack has been noted as an “Artist To Watch” by outlets including The Bobby Bones Show, Rolling Stone and HITS Magazine for her “voice to move mountains” (Rolling Stone). With her breakout Top 30 single “Family Tree” marking the most-added single at Country radio by a female artist in over three years, Hammack has “created a kind of country music that’s larger—and brighter—than real life”(HITS Magazine). The Capitol Nashville recording artist has previously brought her unforgettable live set to opening slots for Eric Church, Dierks Bentley, Miranda Lambert, Trisha Yearwood, Brothers Osborne and some of country music’s biggest festivals. For more information visit www.cayleehammack.com.

    About Alan Jackson: A member of the Country Music Hall of Fame and an inductee to the Songwriters Hall of Fame, Alan Jackson’s membership among music’s all-time greats is part of a long line of career-defining accolades that include three CMA Entertainer of the Year honors, more than 25 years of membership in the Grand Ole Opry, a Billboard ranking as one of the Top 10 Country Artists of All-Time, induction to the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame, and the Heritage Award as the most-performed country songwriter-artist of ASCAP’s first 100 years. The man from rural Newnan, GA has sold nearly 60-million albums worldwide, ranks as one of the 10 best-selling male vocalists of all-time (rock, pop and country). He has released more than 60 singles – registering 50 Top Ten hits and 35 #1s (including 26 Billboard chart-toppers). He has earned more than 150 major music industry awards – including 19 Academy of Country Music Awards, 16 Country Music Association Awards, a pair of Grammys and ASCAP’s Founders and Golden Note Awards. Jackson is one of the most successful and respected singer-songwriters in music. He’s also the man behind one of Nashville’s most-popular tourist stops, AJ’s Good Time Bar, a four-story honky-tonk in the heart of downtown featuring daily live music and a rooftop view of Music City.

  • CAYLEE HAMMACK RELEASES FIERY NEW TRACK “REDHEAD” FEATURING REBA MCENTIRE OFF HER UPCOMING DEBUT ALBUM IF IT WASN’T FOR YOU – AVAILABLE TO PRE-ORDER NOW.

    Capitol Nashville’s Caylee Hammack is offering fans a look into her recently-announced upcoming debut record today, releasing her scorching new song “Redhead” that is “as badass and unique as a fiery head of hair” (Rolling Stone), featuring superstar Reba McEntire available to listen here. Co-written by Hammack with Natalie Hemby and Trent Dabbs, the song details the clothes line, tightrope and dare devil high hopes childhood of the brazen “Redhead” with an assist from fellow flame-haired vocalist Reba McEntire.

    Hammack also premiered a music video for the track today exclusively with CMT, CMT Music and CMT.com, available to watch here. Directed by Justin Clough, the video filled with personality, confidence and persuasion takes viewers back to a little redhead’s childhood, living life in a double-wide trailer as her parents attempt to handle their daughter’s fervor. Hammack’s dynamic performance revels in the nostalgia.

    “This song was inspired by an older cousin of mine with fiery red hair,” shared Hammack. “You don’t hear about redheads very much in songs, so I simply wanted to write one for her and all the redheads in my family. Then, Reba came in the studio and TRANSFORMED this song. She helped me create an anthem for all redheads. Whether you get it naturally or find it in a bottle, this is for the firecrackers!”

    Hammack is all about the truth, the complete, whole unvarnished truth. That truth stains IF IT WASN’T FOR YOU, her major label debut, with equal doses joy, courage and enough detail to break an axle. Available on August 14 Hammack announced the upcoming and anticipated debut release this week, with Hammack co-writing and co-producing every track on the 13-song collection that is available to pre-order now here.

    Currently nominated for ACM “New Female Artist Of The Year” and “Music Event Of The Year,” Caylee Hammack has been noted as an “Artist To Watch” by outlets including The Bobby Bones Show, Rolling Stone and HITS Magazine for her “mix of clever lyrics and haunting melodies” (Music Row). With her breakout Top 30 single “Family Tree” marking the most-added single at Country radio by a female artist in over three years, Hammack has “created a kind of country music that’s larger—and brighter—than real life”(HITS Magazine). The Capitol Nashville recording artist has previously brought her unforgettable live set to opening slots for Eric Church, Dierks Bentley, Miranda Lambert, Trisha Yearwood, Brothers Osborne and some of country music’s biggest festivals. For more information visit cayleehammack.com

     

    Audio / LINER Caylee Hammack (Redhead w Reba)

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    Audio / Caylee Hammack talks about working with country superstar Reba McEntire.

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    “Being able to work with Reba McEntire was truly a childhood dream come true. It was a dream that I never even knew I had a chance of accomplishing or reaching, but she was so kind to me and so generous to be able to come in and learn this song and sing it with me. It is such an honor to work with a professional business woman like that, a legend in her career field and a legend in many other ways as well. She is just such an idol of mine and I’m just so grateful she was willing to step in and sing this crazy song with me. I just love her.”

  • ERIC, BRANDON, BROTHERS O, CAYLEE, DARIUS, JON, JORDAN, LAUREN, KASSI, KYLIE, MADDIE & TAE, TRAVIS AND MANY OTHERS WILL BE FEATURED IN THE CMA SUMMER STAY-CAY EVENT NEXT WEEK.

    Eric Church, Brothers Osborne, Darius Rucker, Jon Pardi, Maddie & Tae, Lauren Alaina, Jordan Davis, Brandon Lay, Caylee Hammack, Travis Denning, Kassi Ashton, Kylie Morgan and many others are set to perform during the livestream television special, CMA Summer Stay-Cay, on Wednesday, July 1st, hosted by Jimmie Allen and Lindsey Ell. The event will feature performances, games, Q&As and much more.

    Check it all out on Wednesday, July 1st on CMA’s YouTube and Facebook channels at 6pm ET/5pm CT.

    The Luke Bryan-hosted CMA Best of Fest will now air July 13th at 8pm ET/7pm CT on ABC.

     

  • CAYLEE HAMMACK ESTABLISHES HER UNIQUE FIREBRAND WITH DEBUT ALBUM “IF IT WASN’T FOR YOU” – OUT AUGUST 14TH.

    Caylee Hammack is all about the truth, the complete, whole unvarnished truth. That truth stains IF IT WASN’T FOR YOU, her major label debut, with equal doses joy, courage and enough detail to break an axle. Available on August 14 “one of Country’s most promising newcomers” (Variety) Caylee Hammack announced the upcoming and anticipated debut release today, with Hammack co-writing and co-producing every track on the 13-song collection.

    Hammack offered more insight into the forthcoming release, sharing the meaning behind the record’s name as she performs a new track on the album, “Gold,” available to watch here.

     

     

    “I feel like I’m airing all my dirty laundry in this album in hopes of others feeling that honesty and vulnerability and in it, finding a safe haven to be themselves,” said Hammack. “I want the nitty gritty to shine through, that’s where the stories are. Every song on this record has a true story behind it, and now I can’t wait to tell those once people listen to the album!”

    Currently nominated for two ACM Awards, Hammack takes listeners on an intimate journey, from growing up in Ellaville, GA, braving a medical scare and coming out the other side of a bad love that was the catalyst for her turning down a scholarship to Belmont University and ultimately arriving in Nashville, TN. Destiny – and a big lion heart – wouldn’t let the girl who saw Loretta Lynn at the Columbus Civic Center at 13 miss her life’s purpose. You can hear it in the quavering homage in “Sister,” the wide open power-resilience of “Mean Something,” or the straight up country of “Forged In The Fire” and the piercing truths of “Small Town Hypocrite.”

    Some of country music’s most potent women have also thrown in on Hammack’s debut. Whether it’s Reba’s sassy “girl, I know” vocal on “Redhead” or singer/songwriters Ashley McBryde and Tenille Townes on “Mean Something,” Hammack is setting a bar for women across the genre.

    It’s not just the lyrical load, though nearly every word is true. Just as importantly, the ferocity with which Hammack and co-producer Mikey Reaves came at these songs compels. As a producer, Hammack seeks to match the emotion to the recording. It’s not enough to hear the story, she wants listeners to experience the viscerality of it. Whether it’s the swaggering Tammy Wynette come uppance “Just Like You” or vulnerability and awe that permeates “Looking For A Lighter,” these tracks pull the listener in. Hammack understands, because her feelings fall around her in songs.

    IF IT WASN’T FOR YOU Official Track List:

    1. “Just Friends”
    (Caylee Hammack, Aaron Raitiere, Mikey Reaves)

    2. “Redhead” (Featuring Reba McEntire)
    (Trent Dabbs, Caylee Hammack, Natalie Hemby)

    3. “Looking For A Lighter”
    (Caylee Hammack, Hillary Lindsey, Gordie Sampson)

    4. “Preciatcha”
    (Caylee Hammack, Jordan Schmidt, Laura Veltz)

    5. “Sister”
    (Blake Bollinger, April Geesbreght, Caylee Hammack)

    6. “Just Like You”
    (Caylee Hammack, Blake Hubbard, Jarrod Ingram)

    7. “King Size Bed”
    (Caylee Hammack, Thomas “Tawgs” Salter, Gordie Sampson, Troy Verges)

    8. “Forged In The Fire”
    (Thomas Finchum, Caylee Hammack, Andy Skib)

    9. “Family Tree”
    (Caylee Hammack, Gordie Sampson, Troy Verges)

    10. “Mean Something” (Featuring Ashley McBryde, Tenille Townes)
    (Caylee Hammack, Mikey Reaves)

    11. “Small Town Hypocrite”
    (Caylee Hammack, Jared Scott)

    12. “Gold”
    (Caylee Hammack)

    13. “New Level Of Life”
    (Caylee Hammack, Aaron Raitiere, Connor Thuotte)

    Currently nominated for ACM “New Female Artist Of The Year” and “Music Event Of The Year,” Caylee Hammack has been noted as an “Artist To Watch” by outlets including The Bobby Bones Show, Rolling Stone and HITS Magazine for her “voice to move mountains” (Rolling Stone). With her breakout Top 30 single “Family Tree” marking the most-added single at Country radio by a female artist in over three years, Hammack has “created a kind of country music that’s larger—and brighter—than real life”(HITS Magazine). The Capitol Nashville recording artist has previously brought her unforgettable live set to opening slots for Eric Church, Dierks Bentley, Miranda Lambert, Trisha Yearwood, Brothers Osborne and some of country music’s biggest festivals. For more information visit https://www.cayleehammack.com/.

    Audio / Caylee Hammack talks about her debut album.

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    “Working on my debut album, it is the first time I’ve actually truly had a voice of my own. It’s the first time I’ve actually got to sing my own songs. It’s the first time I get to be heard, which is so exciting and something that as an artist we yearn and dream of every night when we go to bed. Every single song on this record is a little part of me that I’ve turned into a story to tell you.”

  • FOURTH OF JULY LINERS 2020

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    “Hey! This is Adam Hambrick, wishing you a safe and Happy Fourth of July.”

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    “Hey! This is Alan Jackson, wishing you a happy and safe Fourth of July.”

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    “Hey guys! I’m Billy Currington, wishing you a Happy Fourth of July.”

    Audio / LINER Brandon Lay (Fourth of July)

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    “What’s up, everybody? This is Brandon Lay, wishing you a Happy Fourth of July.”

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    “Hey y’all! I’m John, and I’m TJ, and we are Brothers Osborne, wish you a very Happy Fourth of July.”

    Audio / LINER Carrie Underwood (Fourth of July)

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    “Hi! This is Carrie Underwood wishing you a Happy Fourth of July.”

    Audio / LINER Caylee Hammack (Fourth of July)

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    “Hey y’all! This is Caylee Hammack wishing you a safe and Happy Fourth of July.”

     

    Audio / LINER Caylee Hammack (Independence Day)

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    “Hey y’all! This is Caylee Hammack. Happy Independence Day, everybody!”

    Audio / LINER Chrissy Metz (Fourth of July)

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    “Hey! This is Chrissy Metz, wishing you a safe and Happy Fourth of July.”

    Audio / LINER Darius (4th of July)

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    “Hey y’all, what’s up? This is Darius Rucker, wishing you a very, very happy Fourth of July!”

    Audio / LINER Darius (Happy Birthday, America)

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    “Hey y’all, what’s up? This is Darius Rucker. Happy Birthday, America!”

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    “Hey everybody! This is Dierks Bentley, wishing you a Happy and safe Fourth of July.

    Audio / LINER Eric Church (4th of July)

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    “Hey this is Eric Church, wishing you a very happy Fourth of July.”

    Audio / LINER Gary Allan (4th of July)

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    “Hey! This is Gary Allan. Happy Fourth of July.”

    Audio / LINER Jon Langston (Fourth of July)

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    “Hey y’all, this is Jon Langston wishing you a safe and Happy Fourth of July.”

     

    Audio / LINER Jon Pardi (4th of July)

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    “Hi, it’s Jon Pardi, wishing you a happy Fourth of July.”

    Audio / LINER Jordan Davis (Fourth of July)

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    “Hey! I’m Jordan Davis, wishing you a Happy Fourth of July.”

    Audio / LINER Kylie Morgan (Fourth of July)

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    “Hey y’all. This is Kylie Morgan, wishing you a safe and Happy Fourth of July.”

    Audio / LINER Lauren Alaina (4th of July)

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    “Hey! It’s Lauren Alaina. Have a safe and happy Fourth of July.”

    Audio / LINER LBT (4th of July)

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    “Hey! We’re Little Big Town. Happy Fourth of July!”

    Audio / LINER Luke Bryan (4th of July)

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    “Hey! This is Luke Bryan, wishing you a very happy Fourth of July.”

    Audio / LINER Maddie & Tae (Fourth of July)

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    “Hey everybody! I’m Maddie, and I’m Tae and we’re Maddie & Tae, wishing you a safe and happy Fourth of July.”

    Audio / LINER Mickey Guyton (4th of July)

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    “Hey! This is Mickey Guyton, wishing you a Happy Fourth of July.”

    Audio / LINER Parker McCollum (Fourth of July)

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    “Hey everybody. I’m Parker McCollum, wishing you a Happy and safe Fourth of July.”

    Audio / LINER Sam Hunt (Fourth of July)

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    “Hey everybody! This is Sam Hunt, wishing you a safe and happy Fourth of July.”

    Audio / LINER Travis Denning (Fourth of July)

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    “Hey y’all! It’s Travis Denning, wishing you a safe and Happy Fourth of July.”