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  • Writer's pictureMary Ann


Emerging red dirt country artist Hayden Haddock has announced his new radio single, “Where You Come In,” from his sophomore record, Red Dirt Texas. Written by Haddock and Trent Willmon, the upbeat, driving track follows Haddock’s first Top 10 charting single at Texas radio, “Red Dirt Texas.” Listen to “Where You Come In” on your preferred platform HERE At only 21-years-old, Haddock is blazing a trail on the red dirt scene. With more than 150 dates a year, 1 million Spotify and Apple Music streams and nearly 900K YouTube views, the Texas A&M Senior is proving to be the next breakout artist. Haddock’s sophomore album Red Dirt Texas, produced by chart-topping songwriter and hit producer, Trent Willmon (Cody Johnson, Eric Church, Randy Houser), reached Top 40 on the iTunes Country Album Chart upon its release. Featuring 10 tracks packed full of co-writes with hit songwriters including David Lee Murphy, Terry McBride, Kevin Fowler, Tommy Karlas (Randy Travis, Blake Shelton, Montgomery Gentry), John Pierce (Zac Brown Band, Chris Young), Jim Collins (Kenny Chesney, Jason Aldean) and more, the album ‘represents the red dirt sound perfectly’ (Gary Hayes Country). Haddock is slated to open for Randall King on Saturday, August 29th at Bare Bones BBQ in Gatesville, TX. The singer/songwriter is also nominated for Emerging New Artist at the 2020 Texas Country Music Awards taking place at Billy Bobs Texas on November 15th.  The music video for Haddock’s “Red Dirt Texas” made its world premiere with elite music site Billboard while the audio was debuted by popular site, Country Now. In celebration of his 21st birthday, Haddock also announced a partnership with leading Texas spirit company, Texas Ranger Whiskey.  After releasing his debut album First Rodeo in late 2018, Haddock’s lead-off single, “She Don’t Know It Yet,” quickly climbed the Texas country charts while his sophomore radio single, “Everywhere I Need To Be,” peaked in the Top 35; an impressive feat. for the young talent. Haddock has shared the stage with Kevin Fowler, Roger Creager, Kyle Park, Casey Donahew, the Eli Young Band and more. Listen to the entire Red Dirt Texas album on your preferred platform HERE. For more information on Hayden Haddock, visit


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