Every so often an artist comes along that sounds fresh and exciting, but still familiar in the sense that their music has the phenomenal ability to take you back to simpler times. For me, Hailey Whitter is that artist.
An extremely talented songwriter with an ear for great melodies, Hailey has a tendency to remind me of those iconic country artists of the ’90s. Reba, Martina, Jo Dee Messina… and I don’t think it’s ever been more apparent than on this new one.
Hailey Whitters channeled her inner ’90s country star big time with the release of “How Far Can It Go,” but more than that, she in brought a ’90s country legend to lend a helping hand… the great Trisha Yearwood.
Of the collaboration, Whitters called it a dream come true:
“Done died and gone to heaven… always has been and always will be, my hero.”
The deluxe version of her album The Dream, featuring Trisha Yearwood, Brent Cobb, Little Big Town, and more hits shelves on February 26th.