Tom Hartman, HillTop executive producer, said his company specializes in promoting the works of fledgling artists who might not otherwise have a chance to be heard in the competitive music market.He
commissions studio musicians to record the songwriter's words and then promotes the material to national and oversees markets.
Hayward, an Army small engine mechanic by trade, has been writing down his
musical scores since high school.
Other songs that have been recorded include "Listen to the Wind," "Hold Your Head Up and Sing" and "Waiting For the Time to Go By" which was inspired by military stints spent away from his
wife, Roxanne, and their son, Kenneth.