Album Review: Hunter Hayes Releasing Debut Self-Titled Album October 11th

HunterI had the pleasure of meeting 20-year-old Hunter Hayes and discussing his music back in June of this year.  What struck me the most about Hunter is how humble and grounded he is.  I foresee and hope for nothing but great things ahead for him.  Hunter is a true musical prodigy on the verge of stardom! He was already a skilled musician at the age of only 4 when he made his appearance on stage with Hank Williams Jr. in front of a large audience playing an accordion and singing “Jambalaya“.   So, I guess it’s no real surprise that Hunter produced and played every instrument on his debut album.  Just extremely impressive! How many people can say all of that? Makes everybody else look like they need to go find a href=’http://www.weldingtraining.org’>day job in welding training.

The entire album shows a depth and maturity way beyond his years.  It’s well-produced, radio-friendly, and quality through & through.  His vocals/music put me in mind of a cross between Rascal Flatts and Keith Urban, but he has a clear style all his own.  This album is sure to appeal to a large audience and I highly recommend buying it when it hits stores on October 11th!

Check it out for yourself! Right now he is a featuring a 72-hour listening party on his website before the release of his album in stores and iTunes on October 11th.  Click here to be taken to his site to hear for yourself!

Rated 5 out of 5 stars.

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http://focusonthe615.com/2011/09/16/hunter-hayes-joins-nashville-mayor-karl-dean-for-%E2%80%98music-makes-us%E2%80%99-program-unveil-at-the-ryman-auditorium/

http://focusonthe615.com/2011/07/06/pickin-on-the-patio-a-warner-music-special-event/

 

 

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