Wade Hayes
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Wade Hayes

Nashville, Tennessee, United States | SELF

Nashville, Tennessee, United States | SELF
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Old Enough to Know Better
Released: January 3, 1995

On a Good Night
Released: June 25, 1996

When the Wrong One Loves You Right
Released: January 27, 1998

Highways & Heartaches
Released: September 12, 2000

Place To Turn Around
Released: July 15, 2009



Wade Hayes (born April 20, 1969 in Bethel Acres, Oklahoma)[1] is an American country music artist. Signed to Columbia Records in 1994, he made his debut that year with his gold-certified album Old Enough to Know Better. Its title track, which served as his debut single, reached Number One on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks (now Hot Country Songs) charts, and three more singles from it all reached Top Ten as well.

Hayes' second album, 1996's On a Good Night, was also certified gold, although its #2-peaking title track was the only Top 40 hit from it. When the Wrong One Loves You Right, his third album, produced two more singles, including the #5 "The Day That She Left Tulsa (In a Chevy)", although he left the label by 1999. A year later, he signed to the Monument roster, where he released Highways & Heartaches, his final solo album. This album produced no Top 40 country hits, however, and was his last solo album.

In 2003, he founded the duo McHayes with Alan Jackson's fiddle player Mark McClurg. The duo charted one single on the country charts and recorded one unreleased album for the Universal South label. He has since joined the backing band for former Alabama lead singer Randy Owen.