The benefit concert also served as the centerpiece for the next full-length feature film directed and produced by NASH TV Films: Hearts Unsung. The documentary features inspiring stories of courageous women who have overcome adversity paired with amazing live performances from some of the best acts in America.
The film is expected to release in select theaters in January.
Hunter Hayes plays his heart out on the Honda Stage at the iHeartRadio Theater on Tuesday night (October 27) in Burbank, Calif.
The 23-year-old musician gave a preview of his upcoming the 21 Project, which is out on November 6th.
“My theme for this year is ‘it’s the year to be brave,’ and that means trying new things and doing things you’re a little uncomfortable with,” Hunter recently shared in a new interview.
He continued, “What we did with ‘21’ was we released it to streaming services first and let the fans decide and have the music. We started releasing new songs every other week, six total throughout this summer, and watched how the fans reacted. We’re calling it the 21 Project. It’s been an experiment and now we’re taking it on the road for the tour. It’s going to be a different show and new experience for the fans every night. The music has changed drastically and the show will reflect that, so I’m really excited to do a tour that reintroduces new and old music together.”
Hunter Hayes is finally bringing his “21″ project to life and JJJ can’t wait to get our hands on it!
The 24-year-old country singer announced his plans to drop The 21 Project next month, which is co-produced with Dann Huff. The 21 Project is made up of three discs – one acoustic, one studio and one live – and the special collection will showcase the life of seven songs through each variation.
“This project has been a lot of fun for me, because it really brings the focus back to the music and shows how a song grows from its original form into something we play on stage,” Hunter shared. “We’re making our fall tour all about the music and connecting with fans in a closer setting, and just enjoying music together.”
Hunter Hayes is headed out on the road again — and JJJ is more than okay with this!
The 23-year-old country musician announced the tour on Friday (August 7) with tour dates being announced in the coming weeks.
“We’ve had such a great time touring this summer, and I can’t wait to get back out there this fall and see our fans in a close-up setting,” Hunter shared. “We’re going to make it all about the music, with every night holding something unique only to that show.”
Hunter‘s “21″ Tour will consist of 21 special shows at college campus events across the U.S.
The 23-year-old “Wanted” singer dished about picking that particular track, “This song stood so strongly as a lyric and melody that it could be re-arranged any way possible and still be so strong as a message.”
He continued, “I thought it would be cool to transform it into a bluegrass record. . . of sorts. I love rearranging things into acoustic songs. I’ve spoken a million times on my obsession with bluegrass instrumentation and my dream to explore what we can do with these sounds in a modern soundscape. I love dreaming about what you can do with that beautiful, familiar sound to create something new and radical that still feels like home.”
Hunter added about one of his tracks that he’d love to see Justin cover: “Well, it’ll never happen but if I could beg him to sing one of my songs it would be ‘Still Fallin.’ His voice on that song would be so incredible.”