Hunter Hathcoat is a singer/songwriter from Ellington, Missouri with a passion for songwriting and country music. Hunter credits his red dirt roots to acts like William Clark Green, Randy Rogers, and Stoney LaRue. Along with entertaining audiences around the Midwest with his exciting live performances, Hunter is a two-time nominee for Male Vocalist of the Year in the KTTS Springfield, MO Country Music Awards.
Being raised in a rural Southeast Missouri town, it didn’t take long for Hunter fall in love with country music. At a young age, Hunter began beating on his dad's Martin D-35 and developing a passion for red dirt music. As Hunter grew older, he developed a passion for songwriting and solo performances. Over the last five years, Hunter has performed around the Midwest, sharing his love of real country music. Hunter has since shared the stage with acts such as Stoney LaRue, Drake White, Confederate Railroad, Reckless Kelly, Cody Canada, The Steeldrivers, and many more nationally touring artists. With his success has come two award nominations in the KTTS Springfield, MO Country Music Awards for Male Vocalist of the Year, naming him one of the top three male vocalists in Southwest Missouri/Northwest Arkansas in 2017 and 2018.
Most recently, Hunter has released his first EP and is currently climbing in the top 40 Texas Music Scene charts. The lead single reached 60,000 Spotify streams within the first month of release and has gained radio airplay across Missouri with his lead single, "Try My Best."
You can stay updated on Hunter Hathcoat's music and performances by liking the official Hunter Hathcoat music Facebook page. Hunter is currently on tour and would love to make stop in your city.