If the well-written lyrics don’t get to you, Hunter Hayes’ new video probably will. Hayes debuted the treatment for “Invisible” and it’s powerful. Hayes is more than believable when he sings the first line of the chorus insisting the characters struggling with their own battles listen to “the one who’s been there.” The message is made clear with several angles of personal struggle are showcased throughout the video. Now a days, however, Hayes isn’t struggling too much career-wise. He announced his sophomore album ‘Storyline’ will be released May 6th. Check out the complete track list below and make sure to watch Invisible.
Hunter Hayes Invisible
And Trace Adkins made his first public performance since the passing of his father and a stint in rehab. Adkins surprised Opry fans by performing with Exile on their hit “Kiss You All Over.” Adkins had been sober for over a decade when he had a drink during one of his cruises. When an incident with an impersonator followed, Adkins admitted himself to rehab. He then left rehab to be by his father’s side before he passed away.
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