The Saint Louis University show was canceled due to unrest in the city.
Fans can get a hint of what’s to come with the release of “Listen to the Music,” which features Blake Shelton on vocals with Hunter Hayes assisting on guitar.
Taking place Sept. 8 in Nashville, the ACM Honors is an annual showcase paying tribute to special award recipients including Carrie Underwood, Toby Keith, Kris Kristofferson and the late “Cowboy” Jack Clement.
Taking the name of his latest single ‘Tattoo,’ the Tattoo Your Name Tour will kickoff on Oct. 30 at Bryce Jordan Center in University Park, Penn.
On Aug. 23, the country singer-songwriter will perform at the 19th annual Arthur Ashe Kids’ Day, which helps to promote youth tennis.
The 12-track record, out Nov. 4, features Zac Brown Band on “Black Water,” Chris Young helping out on “China Grove” and Blake Shelton singing on “Listen to the Music” with Hunter Hayes on guitar.
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Hunter Hayes wants your name to be his tattoo.
Popping up from the stage, FGL took over with “This Is How We Roll” with Luke Bryan and surprise guest Jason Derulo. As the song wrapped, Derulo and his crew of dancers transitioned into “Talk Dirty” with FGL and Bryan dancing along.
Toby Keith, Carrie Underwood, Luke Bryan, George Strait, Merle Haggard, Hunter Hayes and The Band Perry are just some of the artists who perform on their own or alongside members of the military during tonight’s “All-Star Salute to the Troops.”
“For this record I wanted higher highs and lower lows — I wanted it to be more emotional,” Hunter Hayes said.
“I remember looking on the map and texted my manager and said, ‘I think we could do maybe nine if not even 10.’ I thought it was nuts and apparently did they but not nuts enough to not do it,” Hunter Hayes said.
“It’s all about the search, no matter what you find,” Hayes told Radio.com about the process behind making his new album “Storyline.” “And it was a fun search.”
Hunter Hayes fans may have to wait until next week to download a copy of his sophomore album, Storyline but they can get an early listen this week for free via iTunes.
“It’s about that moment when you really thought you knew everything about somebody. Everything was going well then all of a sudden everything just disappears. It’s that really hard moment of when you’re whole life changes, instantly.”
“I’ve wanted to be in the Country Music Hall of Fame for as long as I can remember,” Ronnie Milsap said. “I did not get to Nashville until I was 30. I’ve often thought if I got here earlier things would have turned out different. You just never know.”