The lyrics for Hunter Hayes’ single, “I Want Crazy,” definitely reflect the frenzy that comes from intense love. However, frenzy can also come from a tight shooting schedule and exterior locations in unfavorable weather. Take a peek behind of the scenes of Hayes’ new video.
On last night’s Dancing With the Stars, country music newcomer Hunter Hayes tore up the stage with R&B legend Stevie Wonder. The performance was one of the tribute episode’s many highlights, which featured hits from Wonder’s extensive career.
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Hunter Hayes has been identified by fans and critics alike as one of the up-and-coming stars of country music. He was nominated for Best New Artist at the Grammys this year, and seems poised to be one of those rare country artists whose music is embraced by fans both inside and out of Nashville. VH1 and MTV are excited to be partnering on a livestream of one of his upcoming shows this summer, full details of which are conveniently located below!
He may not have won Best New Artist at this year’s Grammy Awards, but it’s safe to say Hunter Hayes broke more than a few hearts during his trip to New York earlier this month. The breakout country star made a visit to the VH1 offices for some pre-Grammy interviews with Carrie Keagan on Big Morning Buzz Live and yours truly here at Tuner, as well as performed for several adoring fans throughout New York’s Times Square.
While you were back-to-school shopping or studying for finals, Grammy nominee Hunter Hayes was writing future No. 1 hits and practicing his red carpet walk. So how does a 21-year-old first-time nominee prepare for such a big event as the Grammy Awards? Tuner spoke with the rising country star to find out.
If you’ve been counting down the days until Taylor Swift, Elton John, and Rick Ross are in the same room, your dreadful wait is almost over. Almost. Now that the
Beyoncé Super Bowl has come and gone–taking much of New Orleans’ electricity along with it–it is time for us music nerds to prognosticate on which of our favorite acts will take home something big and shiny at the 2013 Grammy Awards this weekend… and who will be adding trophies to their bookshelf.
There is lots of excitement surrounding the third annual O Music Awards, including VH1 Diva Grace Potter joining forces with The Flaming Lips in their attempt to break Jay-Z’s Guinness World Record title for performing the Most Live Concerts in 24 hours in Multiple Cities. Luckily for The Flaming Lips, Grace Potter & The Nocturnals aren’t the only ones ready to assist with the challenge. An eclectic mix of artists including Gary Clark Jr., Hunter Hayes, GIVERS, Neon Indian, Grimes, New Fumes and more will perform full sets as The Flaming Lips fight to take Jay-Z’s crown. Next Friday VH1 Storytellers: Grace Potter premieres, and we’re ecstatic about potentially getting the back story for some of the songs she may very well may perform while helping break the Guinness World Record for Most Live Concerts In 24 Hours (Multiple Cities). Check out the full press release below. Read more…