Hayden Coffman is a Smoky Mountains-bred, East Tennessee native. The 22-year old singer/songwriter/guitar player has kicked off an undeniable country music career with his latest radio-friendly singles “Lights Off” and “Might Be”.
While attending Cumberland University on a baseball scholarship, Coffman started singing cover songs with his friends and quickly discovered his passion for singing and performing. He soon began pursuing music full-time, playing regular shows with his band and writing his first original songs during the summer of 2018. Since then, he’s developed an extraordinary ear for an infectious hit melody and catchy lyric, attracting a Nashville-based co-writing team that is setting the bar high for the Knoxville native.
He has already opened shows for numerous artists, including Aaron Tippin, Tracy Byrd, Confederate Railroad, Darryl Worley, Seth Ennis, and Jon Wolfe. He has built a substantial fan base on the road, touring upwards of 100 dates a year. He sums it all up in the crowd favorite “Tennessee”, when he brings the chorus home, singing “she’s where I need to be, take me back to Tennessee”. With true Tennessee in his blood and his voice, he’s a master of both a down- home country pop hook and the growl of a rock and roll guitar.