Hailey Whitters by Sarah Cahill

Hailey Whitters Delivers Performance of ‘Everything She Ain't’ at 2023 ACM Awards

May 12, 2023 1:02 am GMT

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Hailey Whitters took the stage during the 2023 ACM Awards on Thursday, May 11 for a stellar performance of her much-loved Gold-certified single, ’Everything She Ain't’.

The uptempo, light-hearted track featured on Whitters’ acclaimed 2022 record, Raised, which was picked as Holler's Album of the Year, and also produced fan-favourites such as ‘Plain Jane’ and ‘Big Family’.

During her ACM set, Hailey Whitters showcased the warm, easy-going stage presence she's become known for through recent appearances on the likes of The Kelly Clarkson Show and NBC's TODAY Show.

Whitters’ 2023 ACM Awards performance capped off a successful week for the Iowa prodigy, with the singer-songwriter being crowned the New Female Artist of the Year a couple of days earlier.

Although not yet a household name to the same degree of some other acts that performed throughout the star-studded evening, the intricate, down-home lyricism and smooth, earworm melody of ‘Everything She Ain't’ will have no doubt earned Hailey Whitters a plethora of new listeners.

‘Everything She Ain't’ continues to march steadily up the Country Radio rankings, with the playful single approaching the top twenty on the Mediabase chart. Whitters will be performing the hugely popular track across the country in the coming weeks, as she supports Shania Twain on her blockbuster 2023 Queen of Me tour.

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Featured photo by Sarah Cahill.

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