Zach Williams, a two-time GRAMMY Award winner and multi-platinum selling musician, will today see the national country television debut of his joint project with Walker Hayes, another platinum-selling country singer. Williams’ “Jesus’ Fault ft. Walker Hayes” official music video premieres on TV on CMT and CMT Music and is also available to watch on YouTube. The country-tinged song is off Williams’ first album in three years, A Hundred Highways, which was just this past week and received positive reviews from critics. On October 4th, CMT will broadcast the music video for “Jesus’ Fault (feat. Walker Hayes)” at 6:42, 7:42, and 8:39. (EST). The video will be shown eight times on CMT Music throughout the day, beginning at 6:32am (EST).
CMT has also granted Williams their prized Times Square billboard, where “Jesus’ Fault (feat. Walker Hayes)” will be played to the “crossroads of the world” between 12 pm and 5 pm in addition to the premiere (EST).
Williams’ most recent album, A Hundred Highways, was just released on Friday and includes the song “Jesus’ Fault.” Even Chris Pratt joined in on the anticipation of the album’s debut by telling his tens of millions of followers on Twitter and Instagram about it. Don’t forget to check out the album HERE!
In addition to the debut, CMT has also given Williams access to their prized Times Square billboard, where “Jesus’ Fault (feat. Walker Hayes)” will be played to the “crossroads of the globe” between 12 and 5 pm (EST).
The song “Jesus’ Fault” is on Williams’ most recent album, A Hundred Highways, which was just published on Friday. Chris Pratt informed his tens of millions of fans on Twitter and Instagram about the album’s release, joining in on the excitement around its release. Remember to look at the album HERE!
Zach Williams, a two-time GRAMMY Award winner and multi-platinum selling singer, has made a name for himself over the past several years. Williams has used his distinctive blend of southern rock and country to present a deeply personal message of redemption that has resonated with audiences all over the world, from sold-out headlining shows to several number one radio hits and over 1.3 billion streams. He sang the ground-breaking song at the 53rd Annual CMA Awards. His platinum certified and GRAMMY Award winning duet with Dolly Parton, “There was Jesus,” topped the Pandora Top Spins chart for twelve weeks in a row.