Thursday, September 29, 2022

Hailey Whitters - Everything She Ain't (Acoustic Performance)


Hailey Whitters Releases Acoustic Video of 
With Co-Writers Bryan Simpson and Ryan Tyndell

Crosses 150 Million Catalog Streams

First Nashville Headline Show in Two Years at Brooklyn Bowl on October 13


Rising country star Hailey Whitters released an acoustic live performance video of her viral single “Everything She Ain’t” with performances by the song’s co-writers Bryan Simpson and Ryan Tyndell. The video releases during an explosive moment in Whitters career as she crosses 150,000,000 catalog streams, with 50 million of those occurring in the last three months alone. 

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“Everything She Ain’t” has been climbing the Country Airplay (currently #48) charts this summer and continues to grow following an organic viral TikTok trend which hit top 20 on the TikTok Viral playlist. This week, the song then hit #30 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs Chart and the official video for the song has been viewed more than 700,000 times in the last two weeks.

Recently, Rolling Stone named “Everything She Ain’t” one of the “Best Songs of 2022 So Far,” proclaiming it “shows off the Iowa singer’s knack for homespun humor and everyday pathos.” Billboard praised the track upon its release and said, "Whitters has proven herself a stellar songwriter and artist in equal measure… handclaps and sweet fiddle lines boost Whitters’ charming vocal and razor-sharp wordplay.” Billboard also published an interview with Whitters and the song’s co-writers Bryan Simpson and Ryan Tyndell about the origins of the song in their “Makin’ Tracks” column.

“Everything She Ain’t” is the first single from Whitters’ critically-acclaimed third studio album RAISED that was released earlier this year via Pigasus Records/Songs & Daughters/Big Loud Records. Raised has been praised by Consequence of Sound, The New Yorker, New York Magazine, NPR’s Weekend Edition, PEOPLE, Rolling Stone, The Tennessean and many more.

After wrapping up a national tour with Jon Pardi and Lainey Wilson over the weekend, Whitters will play her first headline show in Nashville in over two years at Brooklyn Bowl on October 13, before making her Rock Rocks debut with Midland on October 22. Find a full list of tour dates below or visit

Tour Dates:
10/13 - Nashville, TN - Brooklyn Bowl
10/14 - Selma, TX - Real Life Amphitheater #
10/22 - Morrison, CO - Red Rocks Amphitheatre *
10/28 - Austin, TX - Live at The Moody Theater %
11/1 - Scranton, PA - Scranton Cultural Center


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