Halfway to Hazard reunited last year, and the duo — made up of David Tolliver and Chad Warrix — said they have played more live shows in the past year than their entire career combined before their performance at WE Fest 2016 on Saturday afternoon (Aug. 6).
Halfway to Hazard are real music business survivors. When they take the stage at WE Fest 2016 in August in Detroit Lakes, Minn., they will be armed with a level of musical maturity that can only come from hard personal experience.
In the late 2000s, Halfway to Hazard earned a Top 40 song and Top 20 album, an ACM Awards nomination and opening spots on two of Tim McGraw's tours; their career was going the way so many up-and-coming artists hope their careers will go. Then, it stopped.
Halfway to Hazard, the country duo comprised of singer-songwriters David Tolliver and Chad Warrix, have revealed on their official websitethat they are no longer going to be touring or recording together.In a letter to fans, David writes: "I want to first thank you guys for all your support and love over these past few years, you guys are awesome...
Tim McGraw will appear at Halfway to Hazard's 2nd Annual Charity Trail Ride Aug. 22-23 in Crockettsville, Ky. James Otto, Randy Houser and Keith Anderson will hit the trails on this year's ride, which will travel along the East Kentucky trail system near Buckhorn and feature more than 1,000 ATVs and dirt bikes...
Halfway to Hazard enlist some pint-sized actors for their 'I Know Where Heaven Is' video shoot. The single was released to radio this week, with the video coming soon!
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