23-year-old country artist behind “Somebody’s Heartbreak” dazzles with his Grammy-winning croon; Dan + Shay and The Railers open
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$31.50 for one ticket to see Hunter Hayes (up to $56.50 value)
Hunter by numbers: 2 – the age he started playing music on a toy accordion; 4 – the age he first performed music on television (with Hank Williams, Jr., no less); 6 – the age he received his first guitar (from Robert Duvall); 19 – the age he became one of the hottest new stars in country
His sound: a mix of modern and classic country, R&B, and pop
Singles that helped rapidly expand his fan base: “Wanted,” ”Somebody’s Heartbreak” and “I Want Crazy”
Number of instruments he plays on his albums: over 30, including guitar, bass, mandolin, drums, keyboard, horns, harmonica, hurdy-gurdy, and xylophone
Accolades he’s received, all before the age of 23: 4 Grammy nods, 2 American Music Awards, and 2 American Country Awards, lending credence to the rumor that he’s actually Ponce de León.
What he aims to be in his live show: in his own words, “a mix between Chris Martin, Garth Brooks, and Michael Bublé”
Reasons to get there early: to hear country duo Dan + Shay sing their hit single “19 You + Me,” and to sway to the sweet harmonies of The Railers