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Hunter Hayes performs 'Invisible' live at the Grammy Awards

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On Jan. 26 American country music singer-songwriter Hunter Hayes performed his new single "Invisible" live at the 56th Annual Grammy Awards. The award show took place at the Staples Center in Los Angeles and it was broadcast live on CBS. You can watch Hunter Hayes' live performance of "Invisible" at the 2014 Grammy Awards here.

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This Grammy performance was Hayes' live debut of his new single "Invisible". He began the performance on the piano, and on the giant screen in the background there was famous quotes by musicians and actors. One of them was the John Lennon quote, "You don't need anybody to tell you who you are or what you are, you are what you are". Another one was the Lady Gaga quote, "There really is no different between the bully and the victim".

In 2014 Hunter Hayes was nominated for a Grammy Award in the category Best Country Solo Performance for his song "I Want Crazy". He lost to Darius Rucker's hit single "Wagon Wheel". The song "Invisible" is currently not featured on any of his albums. His most recent studio album was the re-release of his debut self-titled studio album. The "Hunter Hayes Encore" edition features five new songs that were not on the original album.

Watch Hunter Hayes' live performance of "Invisible" at the 2014 Grammy Awards here and let us know what you think by leaving a comment on our Facebook page.

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