A Music City fixture for nearly a decade, Kentucky-born singer/songwriter David Tolliver is best known as half of the critically acclaimed country/rock duo Halfway to Hazard. In addition to being a talented singer and guitar player, David is also a gifted songwriter who recently signed an exclusive publishing deal with Three Hounds Music. He has co-written the majority of Halfway to Hazards three albums, writes with some of Nashville’s top country stars and has had cuts by Tim McGraw, Jarrod Niemann, Brantley Gilbert, Wynonna, Neal McCoy and numerous others.
Comprised of David Tolliver and fellow Kentuckian Chad Warrix, Halfway to Hazard is known for a distinctive mixture of country and rock, topped with soulful, incredibly powerful vocals. The duo’s debut single was a Top 40 hit on the U.S. Billboard Hot Country Songs chart and featured as iTunes’ single of the week. They have toured with Tim McGraw and Faith Hill as the opening act on their “Soul2Soul” and with McGraw again on his “Live Your Voice” tour with Jason Aldean. In May 2008, Halfway to Hazard was nominated by the Academy of Country Music for their “Duo of the Year” award. Pre-orders for the duo’s third album, REDemptiOn released on June 9th, remained in the top fifteen on the iTunes chart for over eight weeks and Hazard is touring extensively to promote the release. Since its inception, Halfway to Hazard has raised over $1,000,000 for Kentucky charities.