Aside from songwriting though, Hambrick is heading in the direction to make a name for himself as an artist. He dropped a single called "Rockin' All Night Long" that will have you jamming in your car. He stopped by The Bobby Bones Show for what he thought was a typical appearance, but Bobby Bones had more in store for him.
After many years on the Nashville scene, Hambrick was being asked to play The Grand Ole Opry. A very coveted ticket as an artist. Well Bones, along with Hambrick's mother on the phone, told the news to Hambrick. He went through a series of emotions in the moment as we were very saddened to hear of the passing of Hambrick's beloved grandfather. His grandfather was the first person to give Hambrick his guitar and was the one who really wanted to be there when Hambrick was finally asked to play The Grand Ole Opry.
While Hambrick was beyond excited about the news to play The Grand Ole Opry for the first time, he couldn't help but also feel a wave of other emotions over his grandfather.
The interview below will bring you to tears as Hambrick lets us in on his life in just a few moments. Also important to note, Hambrick performed a cover of Sammy Kershaw's "Queen Of My Double Wide Trailer" for Bobby Bones Shows 90s month that was absolutely perfect,check it out here on Instagram TV.