Iowa’s Hailey Whitters Has Released a Duet With Trisha Yearwood [LISTEN]
Shueyville, Iowa native Hailey Whitters has done it again!
Over the course of the last few weeks, Hailey released some amazing new collaborations. First, we heard "Fillin' My Cup" with Little Big Town, then there was "The Ride" with Jordan Davis, and a couple of weeks ago she released "Glad to Be Here" with Brent Cobb. This week, Hailey teased another duet, and it's a BIG win! She revealed on Wednesday that the one and only Trisha Yearwood joined her for a new song. The post says:
"Done died and gone to heaven... @trishayearwood always has been and always will be, my hero. Can’t believe come Friday I’ll be able to say I’m singing on a song with her..."
The new song is called "How Far Can it Go?" and you can listen to it below:
All of Hailey's new collaborations are part of her Living the Dream Deluxe album, which is due out in its entirety later this month. It looks like she still has music with singer-songwriters Lori McKenna and Hillary Lindsey that is yet to be released. You may recognize the name Hillary Lindsey, because she's written huge hits like "Girl Crush," "Jesus, Take the Wheel," "Blue Ain't Your Color," "Fearless," and many more, which you can check out HERE. Lori McKenna also wrote "Girl Crush," as well as "Cry Pretty," "It All Comes Out in the Wash," and "Humble and Kind."
You can listen to the rest of Hailey's already-released new songs HERE.
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