Hailey Whitters: Heartland Tour

Ages 18 and up
Saturday, February 19
Doors: 7pm
$19.99 to $24
Hailey Whitters: Heartland Tour
Support TBA

Saturday, February 19th, 2022

Thunderbird Music Hall
4053 Butler St. Pittsburgh, PA 15201

Doors @ 7pm
Show @ 8pm

18+

www.haileywhitters.com
Growing up, Hailey often found herself paying attention to influential women — not just in her family, but also on the radio. The Dixie Chicks, Shania Twain, Alanis Morissette, Pink and Gillian Welch all helped shape her songwriting. Instead of superficial party songs, Hailey was compelled to dig deeper, writing about personal yet relatable topics on the guitar she received when she was just 14.

Back then, she too was dreaming of being on the radio, riding around on a tour bus and performing for thousands of fans. But after hitting that “fuck it” point, Hailey’s dream changed. Today, she’s fulfilled simply by writing songs and lyrics in which everyone can find themselves. She’s committed to making country music in the 21st century accessible to all listeners.

“Everyone should have a place in a country song,” she says. “I’d like to bring open-mindedness and inclusion to the genre.”



Important Notes:

We will NOT accept any at-home test results. All tests must be administered by a healthcare professional with a timestamp and the individual’s legal name attached. 

We do NOT provide on-site testing at our venue.



Please visit https://thunderbirdmusichall.com/safety/ for more info.


A native of Shueyville, IA, Whitters moved to Nashville in 2007 and signed with Carnival Music in 2012. Since then she has shared stages with Josh Thompson, Randy Houser, Jo Dee Messina, Casey Donahew Band, & Chris Knight. She has also garnered critical acclaim in Nashville's music community. The Nashville Scene proclaimed, "Hailey Whitters summons the space-country aesthetics that Daniel Lanois brought to Emmylou Harris’ Wrecking Ball and Willie Nelson’s Teatro in the late ’90s". In addition, Music Row critic Robert K. Oermann cited Hailey as an answer to country radio's lack of female artists with his praise--"I like her drawling delivery, the working gal lyric, the soulful backing guitar work, and the girlfriend chit-chat touches. Very, very promising. Keep your ears on this newcomer".