Wade Hayes Opens Up to Country Weekly About His Battle with Cancer

Wade Hayes is featured on the cover of the current issue of Country Weekly, opening up to the magazine about his battle with stage IV colon cancer. “I really do want to live,” he told the magazine. He received his diagnosis in December 2011 and learned the cancer had spread to other parts of his [...] Read More

Wade Hayes Discusses His Battle With Cancer on Headline Country

Wade Hayes rose to country stardom in the 1990s with hit songs like “What I Meant To Say” and “Old Enough To Know Better.” Now though, instead of performing for his fans and creating music, he’s in and out of treatments for stage IV colon cancer. He sat down with Storme Warren to share his [...] Read More

Wade Hayes Diagnosed with Colon Cancer

GAC extends prayers and get well wishes to Wade Hayes, who was recently diagnosed with Stage IV colon cancer, reports Roughstock. Wade’s ’90s hits included “Old Enough To Know Better,” “The Day She Left Tulsa (In A Chevy)” and “On A Good Night.” He released an album in 2009 called A Place To Turn Around and [...] Read More

GAC’s Nan Kelley & Storme Warren, Josh Turner & Others Part of Benefit Concert

The Colon Cancer Alliance announces the 3rd Annual “Stars Go Blue” benefit concert for colon cancer at the Country Music Hall of Fame this Wednesday, March 16, 2011. The event benefits the Blue Note Fund, which provides financial support for colon cancer patients in need of financial assistance. The theme of this year’s show is “Couples [...] Read More

Josh Turner, Linda Davis & GAC’s Nan Kelley to Hold Cancer Benefit

The Colon Cancer Alliance announces the 3rd Annual “Stars Go Blue” benefit concert for colon cancer at the Country Music Hall of Fame on Wednesday, March 16, 2011. The event benefits the Blue Note Fund, which provides financial support for colon cancer patients in need of financial assistance. The theme of this year’s show is [...] Read More