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Hunter’s Self-Titled Debut Album is Available October 11

NASHVILLE, TN – (October 4, 2011) – Multi-talented musician, writer, producer and performer Hunter Hayes is revving up the momentum for his self-titled debut album release next Tuesday, October 11. The hot breakout artist will be making his world-premiere national television debut of his hit single, “Storm Warning” on CBS’ Late Show with David Letterman on October 11. Hunter will also perform on NBC’s Late Night with Jimmy Fallon later this year.

The “Storm Warning” Artist Will Release His Self-Titled Debut Album October 11

Become Hunter’s “Most Wanted” Fan on His First Ever Headlining Tour: http://www.hunterhayes.com/mostwanted

NASHVILLE, TN – (September 16, 2011) – Multi-talented musician, writer, producer and performer Hunter Hayes joins Nashville Mayor Karl Dean at the historic Ryman Auditorium today as part of the Music Makes Us initiative to make music education in Nashville a world-class program. Hunter spoke at the press conference on his personal experience with music education and how the initiative would have benefited him when he was in school.

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The “Storm Warning” Artist Will Release His Self-Titled Debut Record on October 11 Which He Played Every Instrument, Wrote/Co-Wrote
Every Song and Co-Produced with Dann Huff

The “Storm Warning” Artist Played Every Instrument, Wrote/Co-Wrote Every Song and Co-Produced with Dan Huff

The “Storm Warning” Artist is Currently Opening for Taylor Swift on her “SPEAK NOW World Tour 2011”

BLAKE SHELTON REMAKES ICONIC “FOOTLOOSE” SINGLE

Soundtrack Features Additional Songs From Big & Rich, Zac Brown of Zac Brown Band, Cee Lo Green, Hunter Hayes, Victoria Justice and Jana Kramer, among others

“FOOTLOOSE” Opens Nationwide in Theatres October 14th

The “Storm Warning” Artist Performed For Over 51,000 Fans at the Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, PA

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