By Maxim Mower
Hailey Whitters, who will be opening for Shania on a number of her tour dates, is one of country's rising stars, having released her widely praised Raised album last year, which topped Holler's Albums of the Year 2022 ranking.
Whitters is also due to make her TV debut with a performance of ‘Everything She Ain't’ on Jimmy Kimmel Live later tonight.
Another high-profile addition to the 2023 Faster Horses line-up is Megan Moroney, who gained swathes of listeners as a result of her viral 2022 hit, ‘Tennessee Orange’.
The endearing, football-themed track was given an accompanying music video earlier in January.
Amidst the sea of big names on the star-studded, a particularly interesting addition is Lauren Watkins, who continues to build a burgeoning fan-base due to her wealth of popular covers on YouTube and Tik Tok.
In mid-January, Watkins teased an evocative, wistful new song, on which she wishes Music Row was still filled with true, traditional cowboys.
Fans will be hoping the track makes its way into Watkins’ Faster Horses Festival set-list in July.
For the full Faster Horses Festival 2023 line-up, see below:
Zac Brown Band
Dee Jay Silver
Ray Wylie Hubbard
Tickets go on-sale Friday, February 10 at 10am ET, and can be purchased here.
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