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HAILEY'S FREQUENCY
1/23/23

Range Media and Make Wake-repped artist Hailey Whitters is heading to Jimmy Kimmel Live! on Wednesday (1/25), her first late night television appearance.

The announcement comes amid a stellar run for Whitters' "Everything She Ain't," which recently crossed 100m global streams and is trending Top 30 at Country radio. Critics, meanwhile, are running out of superlatives. You can check out the video below.

With the song blowing up, plus Whitters' headlining Raised Tour, several dates with Shania Twain, five festival slots and a recently announced run with Eric Church, 2023 is shaping up to be a big year for the Iowa native.

RAISED, the artist's third studio album, arrived via Pigasus/Songs & Daughters/Big Loud last March. She also earned a Song of the Year Grammy nom for co-writing Alicia Keys and Brandi Carlile's "A Beautiful Noise." The Make Wake, Range and Big Loud folks are all super-excited—and determined to keep the fledgling star as far away from us as possible.