The first-ever iHeartRadio Country Festival was a smashing success on Saturday (March 29) in Austin, Texas, featuring star-studded performances, a surprise collaboration, and even a little bit of rapping (and this time, it wasn't Nelly!).
Ellen DeGeneres was feeling a little sick when Hunter Hayes stopped by her show last week. The Louisiana boy brought some of his home state with him to share how he celebrates Mardi Gras -- with a delicious King Cake.
Hunter Hayes represents a new breed of country artists under 25 with majorly bright careers ahead of them. But despite the fact that Hayes himself is recognized as an amazing talent, he is still a music fan at heart.
It's a good week to be a Hunter Hayes fan! Not only did he debut his new single 'Invisible' at the Grammys Sunday night (Jan. 26), but also just announced his upcoming 2014 We're Not Invisible Tour, launching March 20.
Hunter Hayes debuted his new song at The Grammy Awards. 'Invisible" is some what a different take from Hunter's previous hits. The song is about supporting and encouraging those who have been bullied. Click to check it out and tell us what you think.
Country was well represented at this year's Grammy awards. In addition to Kacey Musgraves picking up two awards for best country album and best country song, a number of stars performed. Merle Haggard, Willie Nelson, Kris Kristofferson and Blake Shelton sang a medley of hits. Miranda Lambert was jo…
This Sunday on CBS, Hunter Hayes will be one of the many artists performing during the 56th Annual Grammy Awards. Instead of performing the song he's nominated for, he is choosing to debut a new song titled, "Invisible."