Hunter Hayes has collaborated with YouTube to create a n interactive video for his single, “Yesterday’s Song.” Using YouTube’s new virtual reality app on Daydream View, Hayes invites fans into the recording studio as he builds the components of the song by playing every instrument. The state-of-the-art technology allows fans to immerse themselves in his performance by giving them control over every angle of a 360-degree view. The video can be seen here.
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On this day in 2013, Hunter Hayes’ single “Wanted” was Certified Quadruple Platinum, with sales over 3.6 million. The song was released as the second single from Hayes’ debut album, Hunter Hayes.
Billboard ranked the song is the third-greatest country single of all time according to chart performance.
The Country Music Association (CMA) has partnered with the Musical Instrument Museum (MIM) in Phoenix to create a special exhibit celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the CMA Awards. Special guest Hunter Hayes will be on hand to officially open the museum’s exhibit on October 24. The exhibit features instruments on loan from several CMA Musician of the Year nominees and winners including Roy Clark, Jerry Douglas, Mac McAnally, and Mark O’Connor.
· The opening of the exhibit will also feature a performance by students from Rosie’s House, a music academy for children in Phoenix.
Hunter Hayes is hitting radio this week with his brand-new single, “Yesterday’s Song.” The song is the lead single from Hunter’s untitled third studio album, and it’s also one of the three tracks he previewed on social media on his 25th birthday last month. The other two tracks he previewed were “Amen” and “Young Blood.”
· With his new music, Hayes says he’s really been able to focus on his instincts and creativity, rather than worry about which goal he’s trying to reach next. He shares, “I’ve waited a long time to get this new music out, and ‘Yesterday’s Song’ really captures that free feeling, that joyous realization that you’re moving on and starting this fresh, new chapter.”
· “Yesterday’s Song” can be heard here.
Charles Kelley is the focus of a police investigation in a new hilarious spoof video that was released in support of his debut solo album, The Driver, which is out today. The video begins with a local Nashville news anchor telling people to be on the lookout for Charles. The reporter says authorities are interrogating several suspects who happen to be Darius Rucker, Hunter Hayes, Eric Paslay and Little Big Town’s Karen Fairchild and Jimi Westbrook.
Hunter Hayes heard his song “Wanted” at a local restaurant in Washington D.C. by local Maryland musician Sheen Righter in the Nation’s Capital on Saturday (7/4). When Hayes heard Righter’s rendition, He Immediately started filming the performance and even joined the young musician to sing the song’s chorus.
Check out Hunters video here!
Hunter Hayes is this week’s #1 most-added country artist with his new single “21.” Hunter is changing things up a bit in music by abandoning the usual method of putting out a song or two ahead of an album release, nd is instead focusing on delivering a collection of new tracks to listeners.
The songs will be released to streaming outlets and country radio first, and eventually to Itunes and other digital outlets.
Hunter Hayes is giving hints that he might have a potential collaboration with Garth Brooks. Hayes will be performing at the ACM Lifting Lives benefit gala at the Omni Dallas Hotel on April 17, which will be hosted by Brooks.
Hunter told Entertainment Tonight, “We’ve got some fun ideas and I don’t want to put him on the spot, but we did talk about some fun stuff so gingers crossed everything goes well.”
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