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Hunter HayesHayes at the 2016 World SeriesBackground informationBirth nameHunter Easton HayesBorn (1991-09-09) September 9, 1991 (age 27)
Hunter Easton Hayes (born September 9, 1991) is an American country music singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist. He is proficient at more than thirty instruments and is signed to Atlantic Records Nashville.
Hayes released his self-titled debut album in 2011. It reached number seven on the Billboard 200 and number one on the Top Country Albums, and has sold over 1.1 million copies. Its most successful single, "Wanted", has sold over 3.5 million copies and made Hayes the youngest male act to ever top the Billboard Hot Country Songs. His second studio album, Storyline, was released on May 6, 2014 and was led by its first single, "Invisible".
Hayes' commercial success and his talent both as a songwriter and instrumentalist has prompted Billboard to call him the Leader of Country Music's Youth Revolution. He has been nominated for five Grammy Awards, including Best New Artist and won the CMA Award for New Artist of the Year in 2012, along with three BMI Awards.Contents
Hayes was born on September 9, 1991, at Larniurg Hospital in Breaux Bridge, Louisiana; he is an only child  His parents both have Cajun (French) ancestry, along with English, Scots-Irish, and German. Hayes grew up singing songs in both English and French. He began his career when he was 2. At 4, he began making appearances locally and on national television, including Maury, Rosie O'Donnell Show, and the Nickelodeon game show Figure It Out, where he performed "Jambalaya (On the Bayou)". American Songwriter writes that "Hayes received his first guitar from actor Robert Duvall at age 6" At age 7, he was invited to perform for President Bill Clinton for a White House lawn party. At 13, he appeared on America's Most Talented Kids, a show hosted by Dave Coulier; he performed the hit Hank Williams song, "Hey Good Lookin'".
In 2008, he moved from Breaux Bridge to Nashville, Tennessee, and signed with Universal Music Publishing Group as a songwriter. In 2010, Hayes co-wrote "Play" for the Rascal Flatts album Nothing Like This. In September, he was signed to Atlantic Records Nashville and began working on what would become his major-label debut.
Hayes appeared as the opening act of 10 dates of country star Taylor Swift's Speak Now World Tour throughout the summer of 2011 and concluded his leg of the tour in St. Louis, Missouri. In April 2011, he had gone on his own radio tour where he debuted songs that would appear on his debut album. His debut headlining tour was the Most Wanted Tour; the first leg of the tour began on October 8, 2011 in Beaumont and ended on December 4, 2011 in San Bernardino.
Hayes and singer Victoria Justice contributed a duet to the soundtrack of 2011's Footloose remake, recording a cover of Mike Reno's and Ann Wilson's 1984 hit "Almost Paradise" from the original film. From January to February 2012, Hayes was the opening act on the Rascal Flatts "Thaw Out" tour.Hayes signing autographs in Frederick, Maryland in August 2012
"Where We Left Off" is an original song, written by Hayes, that can be heard on the soundtrack for the 2012 war film Act of Valor. During the 2012 O Music Awards, The Flaming Lips broke a Guinness World Record (previously held by Jay-Z) for most concerts played in multiple cities in a 24-hr. period. Hayes was the opening act for them at the Hattiesburg stop.
In May 2012, Martin Guitars named Hayes as C.F. Martin & Co.'s newest brand ambassador. American Songwriter quoted Hayes on the subject: "It is an absolute honor to be named an official Martin Ambassador and to be recognized by the Martin family."
On September 7, 2012, he was inducted at the Mahalia Jackson Theater in New Orleans, Louisiana into the Louisiana Music Hall of Fame as its youngest member.2011–present: Hunter Hayes, Storyline and The 21 Project Hayes performing in 2013 Hayes doing a soundcheck at Progressive Field in preparation for his performance of the US national anthem at Game 6 of the 2016 World Series
The debut single was "Storm Warning", released to radio on May 16, 2011. His self-titled major-label debut album was released on October 11, 2011. He co-wrote every song, played every instrument, and along with Dann Huff, produced the album. "Wanted", the second single, was released to radio on March 5, 2012.
On July 24, 2012, he appeared on the CBS's The Talk, where he was then given an RIAA Gold Certification plaque for "Wanted". Just shy of two months since "Wanted" went gold, the song was certified Platinum by RIAA on August 23, 2012.
"Wanted" became his first No. 1 single, making him the youngest solo male act to top Hot Country Songs, breaking the record set in 1973 by Johnny Rodriguez. Twenty weeks after first appearing in the top spot and under a new chart format, "Wanted" returned to the top spot. "Somebody's Heartbreak", the album's third single, went to No. 1 on the Country Airplay chart.
Starting September 14, 2012, Hayes began appearing as the opening act on 90+ dates for Carrie Underwood's Blown Away Tour.
He was also nominated for three Grammys including Best New Artist at the 2013 Grammy Awards; he is the youngest male country artist to be nominated in all three categories for which he was nominated. The album's fourth single, "I Want Crazy", which is from the deluxe Encore edition, was released to country radio on April 7, 2013. It peaked at number two on the Country Airplay chart in August 2013. Following it was "Everybody's Got Somebody but Me", a re-recording of a song from the original press of the album. The re-recorded version features guest vocals from Jason Mraz.
Hunter was one of five country singers who won a CMT Artist of the Year award; this award is awarded every year to a group of country musicians who have had an outstanding year.
Hayes performed "Invisible," the lead single from his second album, at the 56th Annual Grammy Awards. Storyline was released on May 6, 2014. In an effort to promote his album and to raise awareness to end child hunger, Hunter broke the Guinness World Record for the most concerts played in multiple cities in 24 hours, originally held by The Flaming Lips.
On July 20, 2016, Hayes's self-titled debut album was certified double platinum by the RIAA.
On November 2, Hayes performed with four holograms of himself on Jimmy Kimmel Live's after the CMA show.
In March 2017, Hayes performed as part of the C2C: Country to Country festival in the UK where he played alongside Dan + Shay and Darius Rucker supporting Reba McEntire. 
Also appeared as a guest in a nickelodeon show, Bella and the Bulldogs.
In December 2018, Hayes will be a guest on Darci Lynne: My Hometown Christmas.Discography Main article: Hunter Hayes discography
The Academy of Country Music Awards, also known as the ACM Awards, were first held in 1966, honoring the industry's accomplishments during the previous year. It was the first country music awards program held by a major organization. The Academy's signature "hat" trophy was created in 1968. The awards were first televised in 1972 on ABC.Year Category Nominee / work Result 2012 Best New Artist Hunter Hayes Nominated 2013 New Male Vocalist of the Year Nominated Single Record of the Year "Wanted" Nominated Song of the Year Nominated Video of the Year Nominated American Country Awards
The American Country Awards is a country music awards show, entirely voted on by fans. Created by the Fox Network, the awards honor country music artists in music, video, and touring categories. Hayes has won two awards from five nominations.Year Category Nominee / work Result 2012 New Artist of the Year Hunter Hayes Nominated Single by a New Artist "Wanted" Won Music Video by a New Artist Won 2013 Breakthrough Artist of the Year Hunter Hayes Nominated Single by a Breakthrough "Somebody's Heartbreak" Nominated Grammy Awards
A Grammy Award (originally called Gramophone Award), or Grammy, is an accolade by the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (NARAS) of the United States to recognize outstanding achievement in the music industry. The annual presentation ceremony features performances by prominent artists, and the presentation of those awards that have a more popular interest.Year Category Nominee / work Result 2013 Best New Artist Hunter Hayes Nominated Best Country Album Hunter Hayes Nominated Best Country Solo Performance "Wanted" Nominated 2014 "I Want Crazy" Nominated 2015 "Invisible" Nominated Other awards Year Association Category Work / Nominee(s) Result 2012 CMT Music Awards USA Breakthrough Video of the Year "Storm Warning" Nominated Teen Choice Awards Choice Male Country Artist Hunter Hayes Won Choice Country Song "Storm Warning" Nominated BMI Awards Award Winning Song (Top 50) Won Country Music Association Awards New Artist of the Year Hunter Hayes Won Billboard Touring Awards Top Package Speak Now, featuring Taylor Swift with Needtobreathe, Hunter Hayes, Danny Gokey, etc. Nominated 2013 Billboard Music Awards Top Country Artist Hunter Hayes Nominated Top Country Song "Wanted" Nominated CMT Music Awards Video of the Year Nominated Male Video of the Year Nominated Nationwide Insurance On Your Side Award Hunter Hayes Won Teen Choice Awards Choice Male Country Artist Won Choice Country Song "I Want Crazy" Nominated BMI Awards Song of the Year "Wanted" Won Award Winning Song (Top 50) "Storm Warning" Won American Music Awards Favorite Country Male Artist Hunter Hayes Nominated 2014 World Music Awards World's Best Song "I Want Crazy" Nominated World's Best Video Nominated World's Best Album Hunter Hayes Nominated World's Best Male Artist Hunter Hayes Nominated World's Best Live Act Nominated World's Best Entertainer Nominated CMT Music Awards Video of the Year "I Want Crazy" Nominated Male Video of the Year Nominated Collaborative Video of the Year "Everybody's Got Somebody but Me"