Jason Fitz interviews Walker Hayes about their love of country music and sports | SportsNation

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Jason Fitz is joined by country singer Walker Hayes on SportsNation to discuss his hit song “Fancy Like” and his love of sports.

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Charles Edgar Walker Hayes is an American pop country singer. He has charted four singles on Hot Country Songs and has released two albums. Hayes has recorded for both Capitol Records and Monument Records, with his breakthrough chart entry being “You Broke Up with Me”, from his 2017 album Boom.

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