Multiple GRAMMY-nominee Hunter Hayes and ConAgra Foods have teamed up to end child hunger while attempting to break the GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS® record for the Most Concerts Played in multiple cities in a 24-hour period. Hunter will kick off the "Hunter Hayes’ 24 Hour Road Race to End Child Hunger", brought to you in part by ConAgra Foods’ Child Hunger Ends Here program, Friday, May 9 on Good Morning America in New York City.
With over 8 million singles sold, a platinum-certified debut album and multiple award wins and GRAMMY nominations including one for Country Album of the Year, Hunter Hayes will release his brand new album, Storyline, on May 6 which is available for pre-order now on HunterHayes.com and iTunes. Every track on the album was again co-written by Hayes and co-produced by Hayes and Dann Huff, this time featuring guest musicians including his touring band as well as legendary steel guitar player Paul Franklin (Bakersfield).
Multiple Grammy nominee, Hunter Hayes, will debut a sneak peak of his brand-new video for the smash hit single, “Invisible,” on Good Morning America, March 12 on ABC. The music video in its entirety will world premiere in a monster roadblock across CMT, MTV, VH1, Nickelodeon, Palladia and Clear Channel Media and Entertainment platforms as well. The video will stream exclusively across HunterHayes.CMT.com, iHeartRadio.com and more than 120 Clear Channel county station websites, along with the newly launched CMT Artists App for iPhone.
Hunter Hayes will be included in a deluxe reissue of Elton John's 1973 album "Goodbye Yellow Brick Road," which will feature live recordings and covers performed by various acts and is set to release on March 25th.
The nine acts include Hunter Hayes, Fall Out Boy, Ed Sheeran, Emeli Sandé, the Band Perry and the Zac Brown Band.
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