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“To say that newcomer Amber Hayes exudes the word charisma would be somewhat of an understatement. As people in the business say from time to time, she has the “whole package.” She’s got the talent, the looks, and that unknown factor known as “it.” In talking with the Weleetka, Oklahoma-bred beauty, one thing becomes very apparent. She loves country music, and all it represents.”

“AMBER HAYES | Wait “Our Female Vocalist of the Week is Amber Hayes. Her sophomore single is every bit as lively, fun and delightful as her debut. I remain a fan.” ”

“Current single, “Wait,” gaining momentum on Music Row chart (Nashville, Tenn. – March 14, 2011) FUNL Music recording artist Amber Hayes has entered into an exclusive booking agreement as of March 1 with Nashville-based talent agency and marketing firm, Brand N Music Partnerships. The agreement places the rising Country artist on the same roster as her FUNL Music label mate, Ty Herndon, who signed with the agency in December. Brand N Music VP/Operations Greg Burns is representing both artists for all U.S. dates. Hayes’ current single, “Wait,” continues to gain momentum at Country radio as it moves up the charts. It is the second release from the Oklahoma native’s 2010 EP, C’mon, which has already produced a Top 40 hit on the Music Row chart with its title-track single, “C’mon.” “Wait” was released nationally to Country radio in February.”

“(Nashville, Tenn. – Feb. 17, 2011) “Wait,” the new single from FUNL Music recording artist Amber Hayes, arrived at Country radio this week. “Wait” is the second single from Hayes’ 2010 debut, C’mon. The six-track EP has already produced a Top 40 single on the Music Row chart with its title track, earning the Oklahoma native high praise for her ability to integrate traditional-style Country music with contemporary, radio-friendly appeal. ”

“Unique CD release party + live WSM radio broadcast to be held Sept. 2 at legendary Nashville venue The Station Inn (Nashville, TN – Aug. 17, 2010) FUNL recording artist Amber Hayes is releasing her debut EP, C’mon, on Aug. 31 and staging a unique CD release party and live radio broadcast Sept. 2 at Nashville’s Station Inn. Hayes first began work on C’mon during her standout run as Kathy Twitty in the Conway Twitty musical, “Conway Twitty: The Man, The Music, The Legend, The Musical.” After the traveling production ended in 2009, Hayes finished her album in Nashville, co-writing every track and co-producing the project herself. Influenced by a host of legendary female singers including Barbara Mandrell, Dolly Parton, Jeannie Seely and Reba McEntire, C’mon integrates a healthy dose of fiddle, mandolin and steel guitar with a modern production and songwriting emphasis. ”