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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”

Eldredge Opened For Paisley On Select Dates Of His “H2O II: Wetter & Wilder” Tour


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

“Ferris Wheel” Debuts On The Country Singles Charts

Digital SIX PAK available now

NASHVILLE, TN – (July 21, 2011) – Earlier this week, multi-talented musician, writer, producer and performer Hunter Hayes helped spread some musical cheer at Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt in Nashville, TN as part of the Musicians On Call program. Musicians On Call is a national program that brings live and recorded music to the bedsides of patients. Hunter made personal visits to the patients at the Children’s Hospital, giving each child a private acoustic performance of his songs “Storm Warning,” “Light Me Up” and “Only If You Told Me To,” to name a few.

For the First Time in His Career the Reigning CMA Male Vocalist Tops the Overall US Albums Charts Debut Week with Red River Blue

Ballard Named iTunes “New Artist To Watch”

Ballard’s Single “A Buncha Girls” A Top 30 Hit At Country Radio

This Is My Blood Is Available At All Digital Retailers

Nashville, TN – (July 19, 2011) – Fans are giving Warner Bros. Records’ hot new band The Dirt Drifters a reason to release their debut album entitled This Is My Blood today, July 19. The album is now available at all digital retailers and features their brand new single “Always A Reason” and debut single, “Something Better.”


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