Multiple GRAMMY-nominated artist Hunter Hayes’ highly-anticipated new album, Storyline, was released on Tuesday to much critical acclaim, debuting No. 1 on iTunes country and overall charts in both the US and Canada. Recently dubbed “The Crown Prince of Nashville” by Billboard Magazine, the feature article goes on to say that Hunter “is leading country’s youth revolution” and “could be poised to one day ascend to country music’s throne – and beyond.” The album, praised by Rolling Stone, People Magazine and The Los Angeles Times who all awarded 3 star reviews, features 14 new tracks including his powerful Top 20 hit single “Invisible.”
Hunter is also teaming up with ConAgra Foods to end child hunger while attempting to break the Guinness World Records world record for Most Concerts Played in multiple cities in 24 hours. The “24 Hour Road Race to End Child Hunger,” brought to you in part by ConAgra Foods’ Child Hunger Ends Here program, will kick off this Friday, May 9 on Good Morning America (GMA) on ABC in Times Square. He is attempting to break the record by playing 10 shows in 10 cities in 24 hours (current record held by the Flaming Lips with eight shows in 24 hours who broke the previous record made by Jay-Z). Fans can join the conversation on Twitter using #HHRECORDWEEK as Hunter attempts to break the world record during his exciting record release week.
Support acts for the 10 shows will include breakout country duo Dan + Shay, critically-acclaimed newcomer Charlie Worsham, up-and-coming country band The Railers, and singer/songwriters Dean Alexander and Matt Sucich, with the official music playlist powered by “The Country Club with Dee Jay Silver,” all stepping in to help Hunter attempt to break the record.
Hunter will wrap up his “We’re Not Invisible Tour,” presented in part by ConAgra Foods’ Child Hunger Ends Here program, at the end of this month. Featuring special guests Danielle Bradbery from NBC’s Emmy award-winning show The Voice and Warner Bros. Records new country duo, Dan + Shay, the “We’re Not Invisible Tour” comes on the heels of Hunter’s sold-out “CMT On Tour: Let’s Be Crazy Tour” which wrapped this past December to sold-out crowds and much critical acclaim.