It’s hard to remember a day as hyped as November 6. There’s literally so much new music being released that it would take a couple of hours to listen to it all. And it’s not just that it’s new, it’s that it’s all music you’re going to want to hear. Here’s why:
Lady Antebellum will be headlining the Wheels Up Tour this summer and they’ll bring two of the most talented young artists in country music with them. Hunter Hayes grabs the second slot on the tour, while Sam Hunt will kick things off each night. This will be Hunt’s first gig on a major amphitheater tour. As for Hayes he takes this opportunity to move away from the headlining spot and offer his fans a shorter, more specified set. The tour will stop twice in the Northeast, first at the Xfinity Center in Mansfield, MA and then later in the summer at the Xfinity Theatre in Hartford, CT. Both events will be a part of each venue’s Megaticket which will begin being sold the week of January 26.
The tour will run from May 1 until the middle of September and make its way across the United States and much of Canada. Complete tour dates here.
This weekend is highlighted by Hunter Hayes Tattoo (Your Name) Tour. The show will stop at the Times Union Center in Albany, NY on Friday night and then head to the campus of the University of Rhode Island at the Ryan Center on Saturday night. A setlist for the show can be found here and tickets for both events can be found here. Additionally, Brett Eldredge and Brothers Osborne will be playing a special show at the House of Blues in Boston on Thursday night. Tickets for this exclusive show can be purchased here.
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Hunter Hayes is currently on tour supporting his sophomore album Storyline and current single “Tattoo.” The tour features The Railers and Dan + Shay as opening acts and will stop twice in the Northeast. First on October 31 at the Times Union Center in Albany, NY and then the following night at the Ryan Center on the campus of the University of Rhode Island in Kingston.
After the success of “Wanted,” “Somebody’s Heartbreak,” and “I Want Crazy” off his first, and self-titled album, Hunter Hayes went back to making music and came back with one of the most emotionally charged country songs in recent memory: “Invisible.” Invisible, the first single off of his sophomore album, Storyline, talks about his struggles with adversity, specifically bullying. Because of this, Hayes performed it at the Grammys garnering both a rousing applause and an increased amount of interest around him and his music. Now, with his second album out, it is clear that Hayes is poised to make waves in the country music industry. Continue reading Hunter Hayes Impresses With Second Album Storyline