Hailey Fletcher is a Georgia based "red-dirt country" artist that's as versatile as she is dynamic.
Early on Hailey began writing songs that captured the experiences and passion of an old soul. This became ever more apparent when Fletcher moved to Georgia and began laying roots. Within a year she was a top contender for Female Artist of the Year at the "Georgia Country Awards”, and has had 5 consecutive nominations since.
The same year Hailey was nominated as Female Artist of the year, she took home the win at Zac Brown’s Songwriting Competition held at Zac’s orginal bar in Senoia, Ga. That win gave Hailey the confidence that would open doors to perform shows and write with Grammy Award winning songwriters. Hailey has gained much respect from her peers, and is honored with hosting her own songwriter showcase night where artists from all over the South East perform.
In July of 2018 Hailey teamed up with fellow artist Jayron Weaver to create "Neon Rainbow", a weekly podcast dedicated to working musicians that are trying to navigate the ins and outs of the music business. The duo have had much success expanding their reach to listeners that span all 7 continents.
Hailey’s style draws inspiration from artists like "country-purest" Alan Jackson, to the sultry crooning of Ashley Monroe, couple that with the of grit of Brandi Clark, and grounded in artists like Zane Williams. She’s performed all over the U.S. and has shared the stage with artist like Big N Rich, David Nail, Driv'n N Cryin’, Chase Rice, Eric Pasley, Shawn Mullins, Angie Aparo, and "Nashville Star" top finalists Zac Hacker and Jayron Weaver. Hailey was also collaborator on The Lacs recording "Stone Cold Cowboy”.
Hailey is currently a staff writer at Platinum Spur Publishing and is in studio working on the follow up project to her latest single “Waylon Song”, available on iTunes and where ever music is sold.