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Amber Hayes Added To 16-City Nothing But The Hits Holiday Tour
Joins Ronnie McDowell, Deborah Allen, Jeff Bates and More
(Nashville, Tenn. – Oct. 21, 2015) – Country artist Amber Hayes has been added to the 16-city Nothing But The Hits
holiday tour. Performing alongside big names like Ronnie McDowell,
Deborah Allen, Jeff Bates, Ken Mellons and others, Hayes is in her
element. Coming off of her fourth Top 40 Country music single, “Running
Out of Memories” and her newest release “Hero's Heart,” there's no doubt
Hayes fits right in with the tour's lineup.
A 15-piece band will be accompanying the artists as they perform their
hits and Christmas favorites. The show will also be in the traditional
Country camp, satisfying listeners yearning for what promoter Danny
Rasberry calls “real” Country music.
“There is a void and a need for 'real' Country music,” said Rasberry.
“With this tour, we put together some of the most sensational voices in
music. I know the fans will love what will be coming their way!”
Hayes and a hearty dose of Christmas spirit will be coming your way as
the tour kicks off Nov. 28 in Stillwater, Okla. The tour will make its
last stop in Newberry, S.C. on Dec. 19, hitting towns throughout
Arkansas, Georgia, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri,
Oklahoma and South Carolina on the way. To purchase tickets, call
601-649-2822 or visit www.NothingButTheHits.com. Nothing But The Hits Christmas Tour Dates: Nov. 28 – Oklahoma vs. Oklahoma State tailgate party – Stillwater, Okla. Nov. 30 – Brown Grand Theatre – Concordia, Kan. Dec. 1 – Knuckleheads – Kansas City, Mo. Dec. 2 – Gillioz Theatre – Springfield, Mo. Dec. 4 – Crystal Theatre – Okemah, Okla. Dec. 5 – Poncan Theatre – Ponca City, Okla. Dec. 7 – King’s Opera House – Van Buren, Ark. Dec. 9 – Saenger Theatre – Hattiesburg, Miss. Dec. 10 – Private Event – Biloxi, Miss. Dec. 11 – Natchez Center of Performing Arts – Natchez, Miss. Dec. 12 – Grand Opera House of the South – Crowley, La. Dec. 15 – Kentucky Opry – Benton, Ky. Dec. 16 – Cox Capital Theatre – Macon, Ga. Dec. 17 – Gem Theatre – Calhoun, Ga. Dec. 18 – Morton Theatre – Athens, Ga. Dec. 19 – Newberry Opry House – Newberry, S.C. About Amber Hayes: Over the past few years, the
Oklahoma native has been touring and performing at fairs, festivals and
performance venues across the country. She has performed as the opening
act for one of her biggest musical influences, Reba McEntire, and she
has entertained fans overseas at military bases and International
festivals, including the Country Gold Festival in Japan and the
Scandinavian Country Music Festival in Sweden. She has made multiple
appearances performing the national anthem at NFL and NBA games. Her
first break at Country radio was with her debut EP C’mon in 2010, which landed her two Top 40 singles (“C’mon,” “Wait”) on the national MusicRow Country Breakout chart. In 2012, she released her sophomore album, titled Any Day Is A Good Day. Her latest release, a new EP titled Running Out of Memories,
features three songs produced by Bobby Terry, as well as a remix of her
previously released tune, “Me & Loretta,” and a new rendition of
the classic “Cotton Eyed Joe,” which was featured in the family-film, Cowgirls ‘N Angels 2: Dakota’s Summer.