August 5, 2010

~ Added tour dates plus details at the bottom of the newsletter
~ NEWS - Wade participates in Sp[OIL]ed Project
~ Site updates - and
~A SUBSCRIBER ONLY link to a track from the McHayes album, Lessons in Lonely

WADE HAYES APPEARANCES - (Click here for more details)

New Listings
.. Sept 5 - Sun .. OK, Elk City .. Trent Willmon and band/Wade Hayes (a second day)
Full Listing
.. Sept 4 - Sat .. OK, Elk City .. Trent Willmon and band/Wade Hayes
.. Sept 5 - Sun .. OK, Elk City .. Trent Willmon and band/Wade Hayes
.. Sep 17 - Fri .. TX, The Woodlands (Houston) .. Dosey Doe 
.. Sep 18 - Sat .. TX, Tyler .. Benefit for Parkinson's Disease 
.. Oct 23 -Sat .. KS, Hutchinson .. The W
.. Nov 18-21 .. Cancun, Mexico. Country on the Beach (change in date) 

NEWS - Wade participates in Sp[OIL]ed Project
Wade is participating in the Sp[OIL]ed Project which benefits the people of our Gulf coastline who’ve been devastated by the oil spill.  The Sp[oil]ed Project is a creative photography project that depicts people in various scenarios, with oil stains. Autographed pictures will be framed and auctioned. They will also be included in a coffee table book to be produced late this year or early next year. The September 12th issue of Country Weekly will also feature the project. More on this in future WOWW! issues.
For more information and Wade's pic for the project go to the WOWW! site News page.

CMA Music Fest Week
June 5 - June 11

Wade's week actually started the Saturday before Music Fest with a performance on the Saturday night Grand Ole Opry. Due to the flooding conditions the Opry relocated to different venues as space was available.  This evening the event was held at the Allen Arena, the gymnasium for David Lipscomb University. Nice location, plenty of parking and affable hosts. While the Opry was in the gym, the symphony was in the auditorium. On various corners as you came into the area, students holding parking information signs were dressed to draw attention - cowboy/cowgirl outfits for the Opry; dress suits or tuxedos for the symphony. Interesting to see the mix in this music town. We co-exist peacefully.

Jeannie Shepherd was the host for the segment Wade performed on. She's always spot on - knows who is and how talented and makes sure that she expresses that to the audience.

Tuesday - Starting an early day,  Wade fished in the Porter Waggoner Memorial Bass Tournament. Ending the day at the Limelight performing in the Nashville Navy show. A large group of entertainers and a very large crowd enjoyed the evening of music. The performers were those who've been on cruises or beach parties with Travelinc. Storme Warren, the GAC-TV personality, is always the host and does a great job. The segments of the show are like an acoustic "writer's night" scene - several artists on stage at once, each taking turns singing (what they wrote, or what they recorded or what had been requested). Wade,  as always, was very well received both when on-stage and at the meet and greet that followed.

Wednesday - A new event for Wade - Ty Herndon's Make-A-Wish Benefit show at the Nashville Palace. Multiple artists performed and Wade received the best reception (not just my perception - lots of overheard comments). He was programmed to do 3 - 5 numbers, did 5 and the audience would not let him get away without a sixth one.

Thursday - Out at Judge Bean's to a jam packed crowd - they needed some wall extenders. Lots of out of towners here - Canada, Washington state, Florida, Kansas - from coast to coast and lots of locations in between. All there for the same reason - Wade's performance with a group of stellar musicians. Some of the best country music in Nashville is played right here in the Judge's bar-b-q place. You get a full evening (not that it's ever enough) of Wade's music - songs that he's written and/or recorded - as well as covers of the artists that he holds in high esteem.

Friday morning- Sold out house at the Copper Kettle. We packed in a few more than last year and it worked well. The Kettle always provides an excellent brunch and a good sound set-up. The room is right for acoustic music and the porch, with its scenic view of downtown Nashville is great for meet and greet shots. Fans were lined up early (they beat us there) and stayed to the end. Megan Mullins, fiddle player extraordinary, kept those waiting for their turn at the meet-and-greet well entertained. She's beautiful and multi-talented. She plays with Randy Owen's band. She and her husband, John, are good friends of Wade's.
It was a week of great music. Plan to make it to Nashville next year.
For pictures of these events go to the WOWW Pics site. There's also a gallery page at the WadeHayes-WOWW site

To Order 
To help promote - new track selection to promote

Let's see if we can get some download action for Wade and his great album, Place to Turn Around - and give him a boost at Amazon and iTunes. I'll designate a download track in each WOWW! for anyone willing to spend an extra 99 cents to promote his career - concentrating on one track will help us create more of a stir. A click on the above link will give you access to all his albums, and the 3 singles that were released, at both iTunes and Amazon. 

Album: Place to Turn Around
This WOWW!'s selected track: "Every Time I Give the Devil a Ride" - August selection
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Wade and Mark McClurg joined forces as McHayes to release an album entitled "Lessons in Lonely." There were some excellent cuts on the unreleased album.  We'll be sharing them with you.
This month's extra, "It Doesn't Mean I Don't Love You," written by Bobby Pinson, Trent Willmon and Jeremy Spillmon.
EXTRA for WOWW! Subscribers

Refer talent buyers to Wade's management
Mike Robertson Management
Phone: 615-329-4199
Fax: 615-329-3923
If you want to see Wade in your local area, ask your favorite venues to seek booking information.
Supplemental Booking - especially Texas 
Mike McCary
If your venue is interested in booking Wade, an offer can be submitted at this site:

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Wade Hayes Appearance Details
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September 4 - Saturday
September 5 - Sunday
Elk City, Oklahoma
Trent Willmon and Band with Wade Hayes
PRCA Rodeo - Beutler Brothers Rodeo Arena
 Map to Arena                                                                                                                    

September 18 - Saturday
Tyler, Texas
5 - 10 pm
Show at 6:45

KE Bushman's Winery & Celebration Center

Includes dinner, show, and silent and live auctions. Open to the public.
$75 each; $100 for 2. Wade and full band is booked for a 90 minute set.
1565 FM 2493 E
Bullard, TX

Located ten miles South of Tyler, Texas on State Highway 69. S

October 23 - Saturday - 8 pm
Hutchinson, KS

14 North Main Street
Hutchinson, KS 67501-5217
(620) 665-8439

November 18 - 21 
Thursday - Sunday
 Cancun, Mexico
Country on the Beach 
Beach Palace Hotel
Wade will be featured there again this year. He and Trent Willmon have been confirmed.

Others will be added.