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Feb 23 2014

Hunter Hayes: The “Visible” Man

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Special 16-page NASH bonus insert

Hunter Hayes is going to be anything but “Invisible,” which happens to be the title of his new single, as he embarks on a new tour and gets ready for an upcoming album. The young phenom talks about his plans for the year in the cover story of NASH, inside Country Weekly’s March 3 issue.

Hunter says that he’s trying to keep expectations for his next album in check. “You have to fight those expectations,” he explains. “You start from scratch.” And more good news for Hunter fans–the set for his upcoming concert tour will allow him to get closer to the people. “I want to give fans the best show they’ve seen from us, a new set of memories,” Hunter says.

Also, in NASH’s regular feature, NASH Q&A, you’ll find out what song Dustin Lynch wishes he’d written. And you’ll kick it with Kix Brooks as he gives you an up-close look at rising star Frankie Ballard.

Check out the special 16-page NASH bonus insert inside the March 3 issue of Country Weekly, on sale now.

Hunter Hayes at ISU’s Braden Auditorium (Photo credit: Lyndsie Schlink-Illinois State University)

Hunter Hayes brought his “21 Tour” to ISU’s Braden Auditorium last Saturday night (11/7) and we’ve got some great pictures of it!

Ryan Lafferty got things rolling at Braden Auditorium before Hunter Hayes came out and really rocked the ISU campus with his amazing musicianship and performance!

Ryan Lafferty at ISU’s Braden Auditorium (Photo credit: Lyndsie Schlink-Illinois State University)

Ryan Lafferty at ISU’s Braden Auditorium (Photo credit: Lyndsie Schlink-Illinois State University)

Ryan Lafferty at ISU’s Braden Auditorium (Photo credit: Lyndsie Schlink-Illinois State University)

Ryan Lafferty at ISU’s Braden Auditorium (Photo credit:...

6 16 days ago

Hunter Hayes steps out of his tour-bus shower, throws on a Purdue University T-shirt and prepares to face what many others would deem to be nothing short of insanity. For Hayes, it's just another Thursday evening. "It’s become a little tradition," the country superstar says of regularly exiting his tour bus after one of his concerts to see his fans. His band is usually busy throwing back some after-show cocktails — Hayes might have a couple; nothing too crazy — but the guy is more concerned with logging face time with the rowdy crowd of primarily young females waiting outside. Tonight,...

5 19 days ago

Win Hunter Hayes Tickets All Week on B104Posted on November 1, 2015Photo courtesy of Warner Music Nashville

Hunter Hayes is bringing his ‘21’ tour to Braden auditorium. All week B104 has a chance for you to win a pair of tickets. Listen at 8:10am for a chance to win with Justice & Faith. We’ll play the Liar Liar game. JD & Faith will give you a fact or statement, but one of them won’t be telling the truth. Be the right caller with the correct answer to (309)821-1041 and win a pair of tickets.

Hunter Hayes ‘21’ tour will be at Braden...

5 25 days ago

Hunter Hayes Dinner And A Show With Rosati’sPosted on October 19, 2015Hunter Hayes Dinner and a show

Date night continues with dinner and a show to see Hunter Hayes and we will throw in pizza from Rosati’s!

Enter now to win a pair of tickets to Hunter Hayes PLUS a 14″ medium two topping thin crust pizza from Rosati’s Bloomington!

Hunter’s 21 Tour is coming to ISU’s Braden Auditorium Saturday, November 7th. It’s gonna be a great show and you could be there if you are a B104 Insider. Get registered for free today and you could win dinner and...

6 About 1 month ago

On today's Ram Report, Hunter Hayes thinks outside the box.


Bentley, McGraw, Shelton Make 2016 Spring Break Plans »

The country star has come up with a unique concept for his next album: record all of its tracks three times. The 21 Project, out November 6th, will be a three-disc set of the same seven songs recorded acoustic, in a studio and live in concert. Hayes co-wrote every song on the compilation, including his current single, "21," and a new duet with Lady Antebellum, "Where It All Begins."

"This project brings the focus back to the music and shows how a song grows from...

14 About 1 month ago

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Hunter Hayes is releasing his The 21 Project Friday, November 6th and we will get to experience it live the next day!

That’s right, we previously announced that Hunter will bring his “21 Tour” to Braden Auditorium on the ISU campus Saturday, November 7th. Tickets are on sale now and you can get concert and ticket details here.

Courtesy of Atlantic/Warner Music Nashville

Hunter just revealed that he will release his new multi-disc album called The 21 Project the day before his concert here. The new release will feature a disc with an acoustic version of...

14 About 1 month ago