Haley began a performing career in her hometown of San Antonio, Texas at the young age of 15 as the lead singer for a highly successful regional band, “The Oh So Good!” Even though Haley was raised on country music, she studied all styles of great singers including Elvis Presley, Michael Jackson, Garth Brooks, Martina McBride, and one of her idols Celine Dion (who Haley has had the opportunity of meeting).

Haley has appeared on “Regis & Kelly”, “Tonight Show with Jay Leno”, “Access Hollywood”, “Extra”, “Ellen Degeneres”

In 2007, the long-legged Texas singer was catapulted from a regional favorite to the international stage when she earned a spot in the Top 10 American Idol Season 6. Fan letters and e-mails poured in from around the world praising Haley on her expressive and powerful voice. The international press often teased Haley about her “gifted assets!” Simon Cowell nicknamed Haley, “Legs”.

Haley is currently promoting her recently recorded country song, “Don’t Tell Me How I Feel” written by Dan Hill and Keith Stegall. Her upcoming album will also include a “Texas style” single Haley wrote entitled “Girls Night Out.” In 2011, Haley opened for country superstar Aaron Tippin and in the same year signed with Sands Entertainment where they are currently developing her live show “An Evening With Haley Scarnato singing the music of Shania Twain & Martina McBride”. Haley devotes a lot of her time to philanthropic endeavors, where she is called upon to sing or devote her time. Her most recent, as the “Celebrity Embassador for the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure in Texas. She is frequently called to sing The National Anthem for international boxing events and NBA Basketball games.