Nashville-based singer-songwriter, Hayley Fahey captivates audiences with her dynamic range, soulful voice, and clever lyrics. A genre-bender like many of her earliest influences, Fahey mixes pop, country, and elements of jazz and blues, to create a sonically pleasing fusion of sound. On stage she engages audiences with her vivacious energy and enthusiasm, and tells stories of life and love, with a bit of laughter.
In 2023 Hayley Fahey was a featured performer in the National Museum of Women in the Arts series, “The Tea” where she played 8 original songs and talked about her musical journey as a singer-songwriter.
DC-born and Nashville-based, Fahey has graced stages up and down the Eastern U.S., from small listening rooms to mid-sized concert venues from Maryland to Florida. She's performed twice at DC’s Rock and Roll Half Marathon outside of the Lincoln Memorial, performed many National Anthem renditions at her alma mater the University of Maryland, and played notable venues including the 9:30 Club, Union Stage, Pearl Street Warehouse, the Hamilton, and in Maryland playing alongside Daryl Davis (Chuck Berry) and Keith Grimes (Eva Cassidy) many times at Bethesda Blues and Jazz. In Nashville, Fahey has been making the rounds as a solo artist, songwriter, and as a backing vocalist for a variety of artists at venues around town including 3rd and Lindsley, the Local, Tin Roof, and others.
“She’s got it all; the presence, delivery, attitude and raw talent of an artist that’s rocketing her way from an opening act to a headliner on the national concert stage.” - Scott Shuman
— Grammy Award Winning Producer