“I may or may not have been an accident, so I wrote a song about an accident and turned it into something really great, which is hopefully what my folks think about me. My mom and dad are out here tonight,” HARDY told the crowd. “And I figured what more of an appropriate way to sing this song in Atlanta, Georgia than to bring out my own sister, Miss Madison [Hardy] Dennis. Y’all give it up for Madison one time.”
“She’s an incredible singer,” he added.
“17 in a small town / Weak knees in a CVS / Door locked in the bathroom / What’s it gonna be waitin’ on that test? / Never thought that they’d be / Puttin’ those life plans on the shelf / A couple American babies raisin’ one up their self,” HARDY sang the first verse.
“One beer turns into a lit cigarette burnin’ into a two beer buzz / Three beers turns into five and six / Then a love drunk kiss in the back of that truck / Just like that, everything rearranges / Life changes out of the blue / It’s just a Bud Light, but ain’t it funny what one beer can turn into?,” Madison joined her brother on the song’s chorus.
The crowd cheered at the conclusion of the performance, with HARDY giving his sister a hug before she exited the stage.
Following the performance, HARDY posted a photo of him and Madison on stage singing together and then a group shot of them with their family. “ATL,” he wrote, adding a ❤️ emoji to the caption.
HARDY is currently serving as direct support on Morgan Wallen’s Dangerous Tour. In addition, he’ll be playing a handful of summer festival dates, including Tidalwave Music Festival in Atlantic City, New Jersey and County Thunder Alberta in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
HARDY, who has released Hixtape Vol. 1 and Hixtape Vol. 2 in 2019 and 2021, respectively, might be gearing up to drop a full-blown rock record similar to his song, “Sold Out.” He has also recently teased a brand-new track called “Jack” that fans are begging the hitmaker to release.