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. At sixteen she was accepted into the prestigious Perpich Center for Arts Education where she honed her skills as a vocalist and producer.
After graduating Fletcher moved to Georgia where she began laying roots in the honky-tonks, pubs, and bars that pepper the state, and within a year was a top contender for female artist of the year at the "Georgia Country Awards".
The same year Hailey was nominated as Female Artist of the year, she took home the win of Zac Brown’s Songwriting Competition held at Zac’s bar in Senoia. Hailey has gained much respect from her peers, and is honored with hosting her own writer-talent night where artists from all over North Georgia participate.
Hailey draws inspiration from artists like "country-purest" Alan Jackson, to the soulful crooning of Norah Jones, coupled with the of grit of Florida Georgia Line, and grounded in artists like Josh Abbott.
Hailey has performed all over the U.S. and has shared the stage with artist like Driv'n N Cryin', David Nail, Big N Rich, Eric Pasley, Chase Rice, Sony/ATV recording artist Angie Aparo, and "Nashville Star" top finalists Zac Hacker and Jayron Weaver. Hailey was also featured on "The Lacs" recording "Stone Cold Cowboy".