As he promised his fans, Wade Hayes has shifted gears to 100 percent music now that he has completed his chemo therapy for his stage IV colon cancer. The singer announced his battle with the disease late last year.
The latest tune from Hayes -- which he wrote about the emotional rollercoaster he went on from the early stages of his diagnosis -- is called 'Is It Already Time...
With six months of chemo under his belt, Wade Hayes is finally on the right side of recovery from his stage IV colon cancer, for which he underwent surgery back in December. In recent weeks, Hayes had bloodwork done -- it came back tumor free. Hayes has finally completed chemotherapy is anxious about living his life once again.
After a successful surgery for his battle with stage IV colon cancer in December, Wade Hayes is finally on the right side of recovery. The 'Old Enough to Know Better' and 'I'm Still Dancin' With You' hitmaker has spent two months getting chemotherapy treatment and is now seeing the results his friends, family and fans have been praying for since news of his illness broke late last year.
Wade Hayes will be taking the stage for the first time next week since being diagnosed and treated for stage IV colon cancer. Hayes, along with Trace Adkins, Exile, GAC's Nan Kelly and her husband Charlie, will join together for the 4th Annual Stars Go Blue for Colon Cancer benefit event and concert, taking place Tuesday, March 6 at Nashville's Country Music Hall of Fame.
Good news for Wade Hayes, who is continuing his chemo treatment after being diagnosed with stage IV colon cancer in December. The 'Old Enough to Know Better' and 'I'm Still Dancin' With You' singer is back on his feet, doing some light working out and even getting ready to tackle the world of songwriting this week.