Hunter Hayes won himself a lot of new fans on Sunday night at the 2014 Grammy Awards. He performed a brand new song, “Invisible” (see footage below), and VH1 was lucky enough to trail him all day long as he prepared to take the spotlight on Music’s Biggest Night.
Katy Perry has the biggest album in all the land, but how did her sales rank against her past chart performances? #SoundScanner has the answer to that and a look at the rest of this week’s chart happenings. Tricks, treats – we’ve got both. Let’s go!
It’s the last week of July and we have a few more weeks to go before we determine the ultimate winner of the Battle Of The Summer Jams. This week we are putting two more songs to the test. But first, we need to look at who came out on top between Macklemore and Pink. With 57 percent of the vote,
“Just Give Me One Reason” won the battle of the relationship ballads over “Same Love.” Now it’s back to this week’s battle: the unexpected hits. That means Oscar-nominated actress, Anna Kendrick, is going up against newcomer Hunter Hayes. But who will reign supreme? Time to cast your vote!
Hunter Hayes is one of the most exciting new voices to emerge in today’s contemporary country music scene. How do we know? Well, we’ve seen him display his considerable talents on a few different occasions now, including the 2013 Grammy Awards, last week’s Philly Jam, and his Artist To Watch showcase set at New York City’s Webster Hall late last month. The latter concert was livestreamed by our friends over at MTV —you can catch the entire Hunter Hayes: Artist To Watch showcase here— and we sent our ace photographer Lauren Weissler to the show to capture the scene for the latest entry in our ongoing Music Seen series.
Did you miss Philly 4th of July Jam? No worries, VH1 has got you covered with the full concert! That’s right, you can jam out to 3 hours of great music by The Roots, Jill Scott, Grace Potter, DJ Jazzy Jeff, J. Cole, John Mayer and Ne-Yo. You may be wondering where Demi Lovato is in the line-up. The singer pulled out last minute but Hunter Hayes stepped in to deliver a killer performance. What a trooper!
You can’t always get what you want. Due to tonsillitis, Demi Lovato has had to pull out of this year’s Philly 4th Of July Jam. But with every dark cloud there is a silver-stringed lining and Hunter Hayes will be performing in her place. Check out some of Hayes’ best videos before the country star appears on tomorrow’s show.
Before Hunter Hayes takes the stage tomorrow at Philly 4th Of July Jam, there are a few things you ought to know about the young country star from Louisiana. Fortunately for you, we recently chewed the fat with Hayes about Encore, the re-release of his debut album, and the music any respectable young country fan needs to have in his collection.
Today is the day Hunter Hayes fans have been waiting for. The country music star takes the stage for MTV’s Artist To Watch Live, streaming online from New York City!
Hunter Hayes is about to take the stage at New York City’s Webster Hall! If you can’t be there in person, make sure to tune in to the show’s livestream on Tuesday, June 18.
Hunter Hayes is taking a major step in his career this summer, headlining his own tour across the nation. In the latest episode of For The Love Of Music, the country singer finally gets to see the set design for his upcoming shows.