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article imageCountry star Hunter Hayes breaks Guinness World Record

By Markos Papadatos     May 11, 2014 in Music
Atlantic Nashville recording artist Hunter Hayes has a lot to be proud of, especially with his new Guinness world record to add to his impressive resume.
The 22-year-old country star played 10 concerts in the span of a 24-hour time period, while simultaneously partnering up with ConAgra Foods, in an effort to put an end to child hunger as part of his "24 Hour Road Race."
The milestone was confirmed via a post on his official Facebook page from his team. "It's true! Hunter officially broke the Guinness World Records for most shows played in 24 hours!! Philly - we'll see you soon," the post read.
His newest studio album Storyline came out on May 6 and it was well-received by Digital Journal, and the same holds true for his live performance at the iHeartRadio Theater, presented by P.C. Richard and Son, in New York City, where he premiered his new music.
For more information on Hunter Hayes and his Guinness world record, visit his official website.
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