Hunter Hayes is at the top of his game right now, and there's no stopping him. Not only did he just release 'Hunter Hayes (Encore),' much to the delight of his fans, but he also just sold out at the Nashville's historic Ryman Auditorium -- twice.
We often joke about how young Hunter Hayes is. The 21 year old could possibly steal the show away from the likes of Willie Nelson, Trace Adkins, Billy Currington and Lady Antebellum. Well I found out why. The kids been rocking the stage since he was five years old!
A few years ago I had the chance to meet Hunter Hayes at the CMA Awards. At the time, he was only known as the 'little kid' who sang with Hank Williams, Jr. in a viral YouTube video clip. However, his interview made me appreciate his talent and opened my eyes to the fact that he wasn't just a young pop-country star wanna-be. This young man had the talent and passion to make it in Country Music.
On Thursday afternoon (June 6), a select group of Hunter Hayes fans -- or Hayniacs, as they like to be known -- had the opportunity to attend an exclusive listening party for Hayes' new album, 'Encore.' These lucky fans got more than just a first listen of the re-released bonus album. Hayes treated them to more than an hour of interviews and live performances.
Crazy. That's exactly how the crowd reacted to superstar-in-the-making Hunter Hayes when he took the outside stage at the 2013 CMT Awards to perform his uber catchy single 'I Want Crazy.' How could they not go nuts over this talented and adorable country wunderkind who was born to perform?
Hot young country newcomer Hunter Hayes got the opportunity of a lifetime when he opened up for superstar Carrie Underwood on her Blown Away Tour this year. He wrapped up his dates with Underwood at a performance in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada on Saturday night (May 18) -- but she wasn't going to let him get away without a proper sendoff, pulling an onstage prank that really got his goat.
Fans everywhere are looking forward to the 2013 CMT Music Awards, which are coming up in June. The first country music awards show to let fans vote for their favorites, the yearly event also features live performances by some of country's biggest artists -- and this year is no exception.
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