Review: Hunter Hayes gets intimate with fans at Nash FM studio show Special

Posted Sep 20, 2014 by Markos Papadatos
What better way to spend your lunch break than to be serenaded by country star Hunter Hayes live at the Nash FM 94.7 studio.
Country star Hunter Hayes
Country star Hunter Hayes
Kristin Barlowe
On September 16, Hayes performed at the Nash FM 94.7 studio conference room in the heart of New York City, for an intimate group of fans and listeners. He was dressed in a black shirt and black jeans.
His mini-set included his chart-topping single "Somebody's Heartbreak." He accompanied himself on acoustic guitar, and two of his band members that were present played such instruments as mandolin and acoustic guitar.
An Atlantic Nashville recording artist, Hayes also sang his anti-bullying anthem, the poignant ballad "Invisible." "These labels that they give you, just cause they don't understand, If you look past this moment, You'll see you've got a friend," he sang.
Hayes' latest radio single "Tattoo" moves up four spots on the Billboard Hot Country Airplay charts to No. 27, after charting for 16 weeks.
To catch my recent interview with Hayes, click here.
For more information on Hunter Hayes, check out his website.
To learn more about New York's country radio station, Nash FM 94.7, visit its website.