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article imageHunter Hayes earns 2015 Grammy nomination for 'Invisible'

By Markos Papadatos     Dec 5, 2014 in Music
Country star Hunter Hayes has earned a 2015 Grammy nomination in the "Best Country Solo Performance" category for "Invisible."
This marks the Atlantic Nashville recording artist's fifth Grammy nomination. It has become an anti-bullying anthem and he co-wrote the song with Bonnie Baker and Katrina Elam. A moving tune, "Invisible" was the lead single from his latest studio album, Storyline.
In previous years, Hayes was nominated in such Grammy categories as "Best New Artist," "Best Country Solo Performance" for his ballad "Wanted," "Best Country Album" for his eponymous debut album, as well as for "Best Country Solo Performance" last year for "I Want Crazy."
Our interview with Hunter Hayes can be checked out by clicking here.
"To be nominated for a Grammy is one of the most exciting things that can happen in your career," Hayes remarked in a press statement. "For 'Invisible' to be nominated is so special for me and my co-writers and the phenomenal team who recorded this record. This is one of the happiest days of my career so far," he added.
To learn more about country singer Hunter Hayes, visit his official website.
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