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article imageHunter Hayes to kick off CMA week with street party in Nashville

By Markos Papadatos     Oct 28, 2014 in Music
Nashville - Hunter Hayes fans in Tennessee are in for a treat. He will be kicking off CMA Awards week with a street party in Downtown Nashville on November 3.
This night-time event is open to the public and it is free. It will begin outside Bridgestone Arena at 10:30 p.m. with additional special guests to be announced in the near future.The forthcoming concert pays homage to the servicemen and women that are part of USO's "Every Moment Counts" campaign. It will be presented by exclusive radio partner WSIX, to pay tribute to Sergeant First Class Tyler Arnold and his family, who will be in attendance at the show.
SFC Arnold was deployed six times, which include many trips to Iraq and Afghanistan. He is recognized by the USO for his service, sacrifice and strength during the times he missed with his wife and two young daughters.
At this event, label-mates Dan and Shay, as well as The Railers will be joining Hayes. As Digital Journal reported, Hayes' "Tattoo (Your Name)" tour kicks off tonight at Best Buy Theater in Times Square, New York City. He had announced this tour when he performed on the Today Show's "Toyota Concert Series" this past August.
An Atlantic Nashville recording country artist, Hayes has performed at two USO concerts, where he has supported the "Every Moment Counts" campaign.
To learn more about country star Hunte Hayes and his "Tattoo (Your Name)" tour, visit his official website.
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