Country music star Hunter Hayes will join a star-studded group of entertainers at the National Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, NY to celebrate the museum's 75th birthday! The 4-time Grammy nominee and CMA award winner will be at the Clark Sports Center on August 2nd. He will join other great artists including Paul Simon, Yolanda Adams and Juan Luis Guerra to pay homage to the legendary Hall. Former Yankees center-fielder and musician Bernie Williams will also perform.

Hall of Fame President Jeff Idelson had this to say about Hayes coming to Cooperstown:

We are thrilled that Hunter, an incredibly gifted American singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist, is joining the lineup to salute the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum during its Diamond Anniversary. Baseball's best are referred to as five-tool players, because they can run, throw, catch, hit and hit for power. Hunter plays 30 instruments, writes, sings and is wildly popular. His music career is well on its way to the top.

Hayes will be performing three songs with the group Boston Pops.

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