The musical prodigy that is Hunter Hayes is always pushing himself to a new level in the music industry. That’s more than half the reason I personally admire him. And it looks like Grammys week will be no exception.
The Tattoo singer will have a crazy schedule leading up to the Grammys. Not only is he nominated for Best Country Solo Performance for “Invisible”, but he is also performing with the members of Grammy Camp-Jazz Session at the sixith annual Grammy in the Schools Live! event, which is presented by Ford Motor Company during the week of the awards.
Grammy in the Schools Live! gives roughly 400 students from around the Los Angeles area an opportunity to participate in a program that brings in professionals to show them exactly how the industry works behind the scenes. It’s a one day event that is packed with beneficial basic training needed to continue music education.
When speaking of his Grammys nomination, Hunter said:
To be nominated for a Grammy is one of the most exciting things that can happen in your career! For “Invisible” to be nominated is so special for me and my co-writers and the phenomenal team that recorded this record. This is one of the happiest days of my career so far!
We applaud everything the song stands for and the hope it gives so many desperately searching for words to help them. Sigh. Hunter’s heart is as big as they come.