At eight-years-old, Wes got his first guitar and the rest is as they say, history. Playing professionally since the age of sixteen, Wes has kicked his fair share of sawdust around in bars and honkytonks, which has helped mold this Texas native into the recording artist that he is today. With a distinctively traditional, rich country voice and some tough-guy tattoos, Wes has a sound and a style all his own.
With three albums under his belt buckle, Wes has been anticipating the release of his self-titled album, “Wes Hayden.” This album features the hit single, “There’s Always Now” featuring Andy Griggs. Wes has been featured on the ABC hit series “The Bachelorette,” won an award on the "Fox Reality Awards 2009" as America’s Favorite Bad Boy, and fans saw him vie for love on the ABC spin-off series “The Bachelor Pad.” After being in just about every major magazine, and appearing on Extra, Access Hollywood, and The Soup, Wes's popularity has grown tremendously, reaching a new crop of fans and followers. Yet, with all the new press and hype surrounding Wes, he still remains grounded and dedicated to his roots in country music. He has spent the last five years creating music he is truly proud of. He says timing is everything.