Hunter Hayes: The “Visible” Man

NASH cover story profiles Hunter’s new single and tour.

Special 16-page NASH bonus insert

Hunter Hayes is going to be anything but “Invisible,” which happens to be the title of his new single, as he embarks on a new tour and gets ready for an upcoming album. The young phenom talks about his plans for the year in the cover story of NASH, inside Country Weekly’s March 3 issue.

Hunter says that he’s trying to keep expectations for his next album in check. “You have to fight those expectations,” he explains. “You start from scratch.” And more good news for Hunter fans–the set for his upcoming concert tour will allow him to get closer to the people. “I want to give fans the best show they’ve seen from us, a new set of memories,” Hunter says.

Also, in NASH’s regular feature, NASH Q&A, you’ll find out what song Dustin Lynch wishes he’d written. And you’ll kick it with Kix Brooks as he gives you an up-close look at rising star Frankie Ballard.

Check out the special 16-page NASH bonus insert inside the March 3 issue of Country Weekly, on sale now.

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