Amber Hayes


Press Materials
Biography – here
DPK - here
EPK - here
Talk Points - here

Press Photos
Press Photo #1 - here (credit: Amy Phillips)
Press Photo #2 - here (credit: Amy Phillips)
Press Photo#3 - here (credit: Amy Phillips)
Press Photo #4 – here (credit: Amy Phillips)
Press Photo #5 – here (credit: Amy Phillips)
Album Art, Any Day Is A Good Day - here

Listen Link: “Wait” - here
Listen Link: “Any Day Is A Good Day” – here
Listen Link: “C’mon” – here 

Video Link: “Cotton Eyed Joe” Music Video – here
Video Link: “Cotton Eyed Joe” Lyric Video – here
Video Link: “Any Day Is A Good Day” Lyric Video - “Any Day Is A Good Day”

Social Media
Official Website:
CMT Artist Page:

Retail Link
iTunes: Any Day Is A Good Day - here

About Amber Hayes: Oklahoma native Amber Hayes first broke onto the Country music scene after her starring role as Kathy Twitty in the 2008 Conway Twitty musical, It’s Only Make Believe. Amber released her debut EP C’monin 2010, landing two Top 40 singles (“C’mon,” “Wait”) on the national MusicRow Country Breakoutchart. In 2012, the multi-talented performer starred in the major motion picture, Cowgirls N’ Angels. Three of Amber’s songs made it into the film, including her duet with Lonestar’s Richie McDonald, “Always There For Me.”  That same year, her music was also featured in four episodes of the hit CW television series, “Hart of Dixie.” In October 2012, she released her sophomore album, Any Day Is A Good Day. Shortly following, Billboard’s The 615 named her as “One To Watch” and she opened up for one of her biggest musical influences, Reba McEntire, in Durant, Oklahoma. Amber’s title track of her album and most recent single, “Any Day Is A Good Day,” scored Amber her first Top 30 record. No stranger to film, Amber was featured in the 2013 documentary Music City U.S.A., which took home the Golden Drover for Best Feature Documentary at the 2014 Trail Dance Film Festival. Most recently, Amber and her music are featured in the Cowgirls ‘N Angels sequel, Cowgirls ‘N Angels 2: Dakota’s Summer, which is now available digitally as well as on Blu-Ray and DVD through Walmart. Amber also recorded a new rendition of the classic “Cotton Eyed Joe” for the film. She has released a lyric video for the tune, which can be viewed here. As for future plans, Amber is currently in the studio recording new music for a forthcoming project. For more information about Amber, visit and follow her on Twitter and Facebook.