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The TV Broadcast Follows the Online Debut of the First Visual Content from her “Someone Like You” Album on The Digital Journal on August 31

Lia Caton’s captivating video for her daring song Hell or High Water will premiere on The Country Network this Monday, Sept. 5, amplifying the video to over 40 million viewers globally.



“I’m so excited to finally share this video,” says Lia. “Despite many obstacles, come Hell or High Water I was going to get to Nashville, record my album and shoot this video. It’s my personal story; however, I hope it inspires listeners and viewers to not give up and continue to chase their dreams.”


The Hell or High Water premiere will air at the following times in each viewer’s time zone on The Country Network. Please note, the live stream will premiere in the Eastern Time Zone on its website and the TCN app. Additional ways to watch include Roku channel 1176, Stirr channel 345, Freebie TV, Sling Local Now, Playstation and Apple TV, and viewers can find their preferred way to access at


Watch Hell or High Water live on The Country Network:

  • Mon  09/05/2022 – 6:07 am & 1:33 pm
  • Tue  09/06/2022 ­­– 9:39 am & 2:08 pm
  • Wed  09/07/2022 – 8:07 am & 4:52 pm
  • Thu  09/08/2022 – 11:38 am & 6:38 pm
  • Fri  09/09/2022 – 7:07 am & 11:35 pm

Hell or High Water served as a breakout release for Caton landing on the official Academy of Country Music’s New Music Friday playlist when the single was launched in Oct. 2021. As the first of four singles to do so, Hell or High Water put Caton in the company of artists like Reba McEntire, Miranda Lambert and Dolly Parton. Hell or High Water was also recently nominated for “Female Country Single of the Year” for the 8th Annual Josie Music Awards, where Caton also scored a nomination in the category for “Vocalist of the Year”.


Her debut album, Someone Like You, currently available on AmazonApple MusicPandoraSpotify and major online retailers, launched Aug. 5. Tracks from the project received airplay on the internal syndicate radio show New Country Brew and coverage from the Cowboy Channel and RFD-TV. Caton is slated to perform on NBC’s “Today in Nashville” in Music City on Oct. 26.


Lia shared her first video from her Someone Like You project on August 31 with a premiere of the single The Only Thing Missing Is You in the Digital Journal. In the piece, the Digital Journal declared that Lia Caton was “a leading, breakout independent artist on the country scene.”


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About Lia Caton


Lia Caton is a tenacious country artist and songwriter splitting her time between Naperville, Ill., a Chicago suburb, and Music City. Her kind heart and strong spirit are readily apparent with each of her projects as she infuses her mission to heal, inspire and advocate for causes close to home. As a child, Lia witnessed her father’s struggle with addiction and homelessness. Overcoming this kind of childhood adversity, this soulful tunesmith moved from a suburb of Boston to the “Windy City” to pursue a music career. Inspired by the sultry vocal tones of Bonnie Raitt and Wynonna Judd, Caton’s signature sound is raw but recognizably intimate as she narrates her own human experience. Her first release, Spare Some Time, released in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic (2020), was Lia’s effort at spreading kindness and connectivity by valuing people from all walks of life. Along with homelessness, Lia champions children’s causes and animal advocacy, since Lia and her family have experienced the joy a rescue pet can bring to a home. Beyond the stage, this mom and wife rejuvenates in nature whether hiking, horseback riding or hitting the ski slopes.