Taking place Sept. 8 in Nashville, the ACM Honors is an annual showcase paying tribute to special award recipients including Carrie Underwood, Toby Keith, Kris Kristofferson and the late “Cowboy” Jack Clement.
Hunter Hayes may have a Guinness World Record, but he’s no tennis player. That doesn’t mean he can’t help the cause, though.
The 12-track record, out Nov. 4, features Zac Brown Band on “Black Water,” Chris Young helping out on “China Grove” and Blake Shelton singing on “Listen to the Music” with Hunter Hayes on guitar.
Doobie Brothers Announce Lineup for Tribute Album ‘Southbound,’ Including Blake Shelton, Hunter Hayes
The Doobie Brothers are calling on many of their country friends for their tribute album Southbound, set to be released on Nov. 4.
Hunter Hayes wants your name to be his tattoo.
It’s no secret that songs about woman encompass a plethora of country songs.
Hunter Hayes is breaking records left and right.
This weekend Radio.com spent 24 hours on the road with Hunter Hayes as he broke the Guinness World Record for playing the most concerts in multiple cities in one day. Radio.com’s Annie Reuter followed Hayes along his journey and was there at The Stone Pony in Asbury Park, New Jersey, when he beat The Flaming Lips’ previous record of eight shows in 24 hours. Here’s her report from the road:
There’s no denying that Hunter Hayes is extremely talented, but did you know that the 22-year-old country music singer has another passion besides singing? Hayes is also passionate about ending child hunger.
“It’s all about the search, no matter what you find,” Hayes told Radio.com about the process behind making his new album “Storyline.” “And it was a fun search.”