A genuine child prodigy, Hunter Hayes has gone from a tiny little crooner to a bona-fide Country superstar at the ripe age of 22. Trading in county fairs for tour dates with Taylor Swift and Rascal Flatts in recent years, Hunter Hayes could be the future of Country Music and beyond, with limitless crossover potential.
With hits off adult debut album Hunter Hayes, like “Storm Warning,” “Wanted,” and “I Want Crazy,” Hunter Hayes is well of his way to becoming the hottest young name in Country. On tour with Lady Antebellum and performing at the 2015 RodeoHouston event, Hunter Hayes will play to the biggest crowds yet. Order your Hunter Hayes tickets from OnlineTIckets.com today!
With Auto-Tune, Youtube sensations, and Disney princesses taking over music, young musical prodigies seem to fall from trees in the modern music world. Predating these in time and surpassing them in skill, Hunter Hayes was the genuine article. Mastering the accordion at age five, appearing on talk shows, and playing for political leaders and celebrities, Hunter Hayes has been a Country star long in the making. Finally grown up and polished, Hunter Hayes has quickly emerged as the hottest young name in the genre.
Releasing albums Through My Eyes and Make a Wish as a child star, Hunter Hayes was a quiet celebrity. Unlike most other child singers, Hunter Hayes was the primary writer for his music. Hunter Hayes’ writing was so mature and complex, that it was bought a recorded by the likes of Rascal Flatts. Making hay as a songwriter, despite his age, Hunter Hayes still wanted to escape the child star label and legacy. Hunter Hayes would get the chance to expand his horizons and brand thanks to another rising star.
Teaming with Taylor Swift for the Speak Now tour, millions of fans got introduced to Hunter Hayes for the first time. Dropping debut adult album Hunter Hayes on the tour, Hunter Hayes quickly gathered a section of Taylor Swift’s fanbase. Taking cues from Trent Reznor and Hank Williams III, Hunter Hayes recorded every instrument and vocal on the album, perfecting the sound that he wanted. Debut single “Storm Warning” was an instant hit, quickly finding a home on the charts.
The biggest single off Hunter Hayes would be “Wanted,” a No. 1 hit that went multi-platinum. Far from resting on his laurels, Hunter Hayes released a bunch of follow-up hits in “Somebody’s Heartbreak,” “I Want Crazy,” and “Everybody’s Got Somebody but Me.” Hunter Hayes also got plenty of attention on the tour trail, opening for Rascal Flatts and Carrie Underwood on separate tours. Hunter Hayes is now set for a co-headlining tour in 2015 with Lady Antebellum, and will play megashows like RodeoHousto. See the future of Country Music live when you order your Hunter Hayes tickets from OnlineTikets.com today!