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Hunter Hayes Takes Home Third Consecutive Teen Choice Award for Choice Male Country Artist

Hunter Hayes Takes Home Third Consecutive Teen Choice Award for Choice Male Country Artist

Hayes to perform on TODAY Show’s Toyota Concert Series Friday, August 22 and Arthur Ashe Kids’ Day on Saturday, August 23

Multi-instrumentalist and four-time GRAMMY nominee Hunter Hayes recently scored his third consecutive Choice Male Country Artist title at the 2014 Teen Choice Awards, taking home the trophy amongst stiff competition that included label-mate Blake Shelton and fellow chart-topping country artists Luke Bryan, Jake Owen and Keith Urban. Although he was unable to attend the ceremony, Hayes sent a heartfelt “thank-you” video message to the fans who voted him to the top spot. Click here to watch.

The Teen Choice Award comes at a prime time for Hayes, who is gearing up to perform on the TODAY Show as part of its Toyota® Concert Series on Friday, Aug. 22. Hayes will perform three songs, including his current single “Tattoo” and the poignant lead single “Invisible” from his most recent album Storyline, as well as the No. 1 smash hit from Hayes’ debut album, “I Want Crazy.” Hayes is a co-writer on all three songs and co-produced both Storyline and Hunter Hayes along with Dann Huff.

Click here to watch the official music video for “Tattoo.”

Following his TODAY Show appearance, Hayes will also headline Arthur Ashe Kids’ Day in Flushing, N.Y. on Saturday, Aug. 23. The event is the largest single-day, grassroots tennis and entertainment event in the world and takes place each year the Saturday before the U.S. Open. Proceeds from Arthur Ashe Kids’ Day benefit the USTA Foundation, which helps fund the National Junior Tennis & Learning Network. For more information, visit www.arthurashe.org.

Hayes just completed the international leg of his promotional tour for Storyline and is currently headlining dates across the U.S. and Canada. For more information, visit www.HunterHayes.com or connect on Twitter and Facebook @HunterHayes.

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