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Halfway to Hazard Takes a Break From Recording, Touring

Posted by Sarah Norton on 01/25/2010

Country duo Halfway to Hazard, consisting of singer-songwriters David Tolliver and Chad Warrix, has announced it will no longer tour or record together.
In a letter to fans on their official Web site, Tolliver writes: "I want to first thank you guys for all your support and love over these past few years, you guys are awesome!!! It has been a wild ride so far and we have made so many great friends and memories but at this time in my life I have to take a step back and deal with some personal and family issues that I have neglected to address until now. I am gonna take a break from Halfway to Hazard and put my energy into making myself a better man, father and husband! I will miss you guys but it will only be for a short time, after that we'll see how this life is gonna go! God bless you all, I love each and everyone of you like family!!! Thanks for everything."
The duo’s self-titled album was released in 2007, the same year they opened shows on Tim McGraw and Faith Hill’s Soul2Soul2 tour. Their sophomore album, Come on Time, was released last October.