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Bailey Zimmerman Performs ‘Rock and A Hard Place’ and ‘Fix'n To Break’ on Jimmy Kimmel Live

February 22, 2023 10:52 am GMT
Last Edited June 8, 2023 4:42 pm GMT

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Last night, Bailey Zimmerman stopped by the Jimmy Kimmel Live studio for a double-header of performances.

Surrounded by his band, the Louisville prodigy played his 2022 hit song, ‘Rock and A Hard Place’, along with his latest single, ‘Fix'n To Break’.

For his rendition of ‘Rock and A Hard Place’, Zimmerman stood against a subdued, patterned backdrop as he brought the heartbroken intensity of the studio version to his live performance.

He then went on to perform his atmospheric new single, ‘Fix'n To Break’, which finds the singer-songwriter attempting to navigate the frayed edges of a struggling relationship.

Bailey Zimmerman is no stranger to high-profile TV appearances, having performed ‘Rock and A Hard Place’ on Good Morning America shortly after Christmas.

The artist continues to build up a head of steam ahead of the release of his debut album, having received widespread acclaim for his 2022 EP, Leave The Light On. The project spawned Zimmerman's first ever Country Radio No. 1, ‘Fall in Love’.

Bailey Zimmerman's Jimmy Kimmel Live performances followed shortly after his powerful collaboration with Nashville Soccer Club.

He released a special cover of Johnny Cash's ‘God's Gonna Cut You Down’, to help the club celebrate the unveiling of its new Cash-inspired 2023 kit.

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Written by Maxim Mower
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