CAYLEE HAMMACK JOINS FELLOW GEORGIAN TRISHA YEARWOOD ON “TRISHA’S SOUTHERN KITCHEN” THIS WEEKEND
Nashville, TN – May 29, 2020 – Caylee Hammack is joining fellow Georgian Trisha Yearwood this weekend as a guest on “Trisha’s Southern Kitchen.” Airing tomorrow (5/30) on Food Network at 11:00am CT, Hammack and Yearwood share stories of their roots and indulge in a menu that takes them back to their days in Georgia. Hammack was a guest on Yearwood’s tour late last year and the two bonded over small town life in Georgia.
Hammack continues to host “CMT’s Next Women of Country Goes Live” series with special guests each week, including Ashley McBryde, Cassadee Pope, Tenille Townes, Sara Evans, Lindsay Ell, Cole Swindell and more as a medium to connect with audiences through music and conversation. Fans can tune in each Tuesday at 5pm CT on CMT’s Facebook page to watch.
About Caylee Hammack:
Capitol Nashville’s Caylee Hammack grew up in the tiny town of Ellaville, Georgia where she used to pray every night as a kid, “God, just please make me different,” she remembers. Hammack is indeed refreshingly different. And at only 26, she has already packed a full life into just a few years, using fake IDs to get gigs around South Georgia, turning down a college scholarship for a love that burned out, sleeping in her car when she arrived in Nashville and then losing her home in an electrical fire. Her self-penned songs tug on her own life story – bad decisions, broken hearts, a quirky family lineage.
Hammack’s debut Top 30 breakout single “Family Tree,” co-written/co-produced by Hammack was the most-added single at Country radio by a female artist in over three years and praised for its “soulful vocals and descriptive lyrics [that] shine” (Billboard). Hammack has brought her firebrand live set to opening slots for Eric Church, Dierks Bentley, Miranda Lambert, Trisha Yearwood, Brothers Osborne and some of country music’s biggest festivals. Hammack has also been the noted as an “Artist To Watch” by outlets including The Bobby Bones Show, Rolling Stone and HITS Magazine for her “voice to move mountains” (Rolling Stone).