Zach Williams Makes CMT Debut

Zach Williams Makes CMT Debut

Today, two-time GRAMMY Award winner and multi-platinum selling artist Zach Williams will see his collaboration with fellow platinum-selling country star Walker Hayes hit national country television. The highly-anticipated official music video for Williams’ “Jesus’ Fault feat. Walker Hayes” makes its TV debut on CMT and CMT Music. The country twinged single comes from Williams’ first album in three years, A Hundred Highways, which was released to critical praise just this past week.
The video for “Jesus’ Fault (feat. Walker Hayes)” airs October 4th on CMT at 6:42am, 7:42am, and 8:39am (EST). CMT Music will be airing the video 8 times throughout the day starting at 6:32am (EST). In addition to the premiere, CMT has given Williams their coveted Times Square billboard, where “Jesus’ Fault (feat. Walker Hayes)” will be played to the “crossroads of the world” at 12 pm and 5 pm (EST).

Last week, Williams released his long-anticipated studio album, A Hundred Highways, which Country Now says “embraces Williams’ signature blend of southern rock and country.” Already, the album is being heralded as his most riveting body of work to date and has already surpassed the streaming numbers of previous releases. “Heart of God,” the lead single from A Hundred Highways, has already amassed 12M cumulative streams with the music video accumulating 1.5M views, and is already top 20 after just six weeks at radio.
Over the last few years two-time GRAMMY Award winner and multi-platinum selling artist Zach Williams has established himself as a force to be reckoned with. From sold out headline performances to multiple number one radio singles and over 1.3 billion streams Williams has used his unique blend of southern rock and country to deliver a deeply personal message of redemption that has connected with audiences across the globe. His platinum certified and GRAMMY Award winning duet with Dolly Parton, “There was Jesus,” topped the Pandora Top Spins chart for twelve consecutive weeks, was named one of Pandora’s top 100 songs, and he performed the groundbreaking track at the 53rd Annual CMA Awards.


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