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article imageReview: Hunter Hayes pours heart and soul into 'Invisible' Grammy song

By Markos Papadatos     Jan 27, 2014 in Entertainment
On January 26, at the 2014 Grammy awards, country singer Hunter Hayes delivered a dynamic and bold performance of his brand new single "Invisible," which he premiered at the show.
Its lyrics are emotional, powerful and inspirational. He commenced the tune on piano and in the background it included quotes from such noteworthy individuals as the late John Lennon, entrepreneur Steve Jobs, pop mega-star Lady Gaga and actor Johnny Depp.
Hayes may have been a little nervous, since he is playing on the Grammy stage in front of millions of television viewers and in front of a packed Staples Center crowd, but he managed to convey the anti-bullying message of his song quite well to his audience, which inevitably loved him in return. He showcased a great deal of vulnerability and many will be touched by the moving performance of his latest single; moreover, this tune is a substantial indication that Hayes has matured substantially as a singer-songwriter over the last three years.
The Verdict
Although Hunter Hayes may have not won the Grammy award this year for "Best Solo Country Performance" for "I Want Crazy," look forward to seeing "Invisible" nominated at next year's Grammy ceremony. It is too powerful to be ignored, and hopefully it should secure him his first Grammy win. Regardless, he deserves two giant thumbs up for this bravura vocal at last night's show.
For more information on Hunter Hayes, visit his official website.
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