Hayden Coffman is a 21 year-old singer/songwriter from Knoxville, Tennessee. While attending Cumberland University on a baseball scholarship, Hayden 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 in the evenings and writing his first original song in April 2018.
As a newcomer to the Nashville scene, Hayden was selected as a semi-finalist in the Alan Jackson Road Show competition, which earned him the opportunity to play with the Grand Ole Opry house band in March 2018. He has already opened shows for numerous artists, including Aaron Tippin, Darryl Worley, Seth Ennis, Adairs Run and Willie Nelson’s granddaughter, Raelyn Nelson, and he has performed tours across the US, including a show at the world-famous Whisky a Go Go in Los Angeles, CA.
This momentum led to the recording and release of Hayden’s first EP “Where Has Country Gone” in August 2018. His smooth country-style vocals and traditional honky tonk songwriting chops will inspire even the most reluctant of folks to dance and sing along. Though his lyric style is greatly inspired by his hometown roots growing up in East Tennessee, his sincere approach and energetic performances are able to reach a much broader audience of country and crossover fans alike.
Hayden is currently planning a summer tour that will feature opening spots with Confederate Railroad and Chase Rice, as well as a performance at Hawg-Fest in Carlsbad, New Mexico. Hayden is preparing the release of his next single in April and another collection of songs before the end of 2019. Stay tuned for more updates!