Eastern Kentucky Natives Chad Warrix and David Tolliver came together in Nashville as a country music duo about four years ago.
They named themselves Halfway to Hazard and in 2007 they witnessed many of their dreams come true.
Right now, the duo is enjoying their first extended break in quite awhile, but also looking forward to what lies ahead.
We recently caught up with them at Chad's home in Nashville.
Chad Warrix has only been home in Nashville about 75 days this year and rarely gets to spend time in his studio.
Chad and David continue to travel across the country promoting their album.
The duo has been on more than 260 airplanes and visited more than 150 radio stations in 2007 alone!
Both are married and have small children and say it's tough not seeing them for days at a time.
Chad and David say the past year has been a blur and what they've been able to accomplish hasn't sunk in.
Chad and David say some of their biggest fans are from Kentucky and they continue to be amazed at what some fans will do.
So, what does the future hold for Halfway to Hazard?
In the immediate future, the guys will be singing the National Anthem on Monday Night Football December 17th in Minneapolis and will be coming back to Kentucky for a New Year's Eve show in Lexington with Jason Aldean.
The duo will also play the Black Gold Festival in Hazard next year, but whether it's Hazard or anywhere else around the globe... Chad and David say they always try and promote eastern Kentucky.