The "blizzard" of 2016 has hit, and places like Nashville are experiencing — and fully enjoying — a record amount of snowfall. Country stars didn't let the cold bother them anyway, they headed out and had some fun in the weather!
Ladies just love Hunter Hayes. He's such a nice guy overall, and honestly, what's there not to like? He just sent a video serenade of his song "Invisible" to Erin Catterton from Maryland just one day before she passed away from cancer.
For Hunter Hayes, the movie theater shootings in Lafayette are personal. The "21" singer calls the area his home community as he grew up less than 10 miles away. Along with over a dozen other stars, Hayes reacted on Twitter.
We already know that the genre's biggest stars hang out together, like Luke Bryan and Jason Aldean, who go fishing regularly. But in addition to their peers, country artists also spend time with celebrities from other walks, like acting.
Hunter Hayes may be introducing a more carefree time in his life with "21," the first single from an upcoming third studio album. Lyrically, he doesn't go as deep as some of the songs from Storyline. The concept and sound are easy to embrace.