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Hunter Hayes to perform on GRAMMY Awards, may change appearance

Hunter Hayes added to 2014 GRAMMY lineup
Hunter Hayes added to 2014 GRAMMY lineup
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An announcement today revealed that Hunter Hayes will be part of the GRAMMY lineup of performers on Sunday night, January 26. The multi-talented young singer is nominated for
Best Country Solo Performance for his single “I Want Crazy.”

Though Hunter Hayes has been in the public spotlight since he was a very young boy, his country music career began to take off in 2011 when his debut single “Storm Warning” hit radio airwaves and quickly climbed into the Billboard top 20. Hunter Hayes has joined the tours of seasoned musicians such as Taylor Swift, Rascal Flatts, and Carrie Underwood, but after his second single “Wanted” went to #1, Hunter Hayes had pretty much established himself as an artist.

“I Want Crazy” is only Hunter Hayes’ fourth single and yet he’s been nominated for multiple awards and has already won Teen Choice, BMI and ACM Awards. In his short country music career, Hunter Hayes has also had four GRAMMY nominations, including this year’s nod for Best Country Solo Performance.

Upon the announcement, Hunter Hayes tweeted his excitement, and hinted that a change in appearance my be upcoming as well:

WOW!! It's official! GRAMMY's HERE WE COME!! SO EXCITED! Ps: time for a new look don't ya think? http://www.hunterhayes.com

Whether it’s Hunter Hayes, or his website, that will get a makeover isn’t exactly clear, but fans who are curious, not to mention want to see an awesome performance, can tune into Hunter on the GRAMMYS Sunday, January 26 at 8:00 Eastern on CBS.

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