Country music entertainer Hunter Hayes became a star in 2011 when he arrived on the music scene with his self-titled debut album and it resulted in three Grammy nominations and a place as the opening act on Carrie Underwood's music tour. His second album "Storyline" made him an even bigger star because of the hit single "Invisible" which has touched a nerve among listeners and provided him a connection with a large range of people from bullying victims to gay teenagers.
However,the singer who is currently one of the most in-demand entertainers in country music revealed that like his fans and how he has connected with them there is someone whom he had always wanted to meet and during his visit to Edmonton he was provided the opportunity. Superstar entertainer Michael Buble made a dream of his come true when he invited him backstage to meet and then surprised the country music star with how relaxed and 'chill' he was.
For the self-proclaimed music geek the meeting with the star entertainer was similar to checking off one of the many things he has on his 'bucket' list which he has been able to accomplish at the young age of 22 years.
He revealed in the interview that it has taken him a while to be comfortable with loving music and not apologizing for it and that is what helped him write and sing the song "Invisible".
While he admitted to being incredibly nervous upon meeting Michael Buble and how impressed he was by him entertainment insiders are noting how his list of accomplishments just keeps on growing as he has been accorded the huge honour of performing in Cooperstown, New York for the 75th Baseball Hall of Fame anniversary.
Hunter Hayes has the attention of music insiders and fans and with his superb songwriting and singing abilities and infectious personality it seems likely that he is only going to become more popular and will without question be adding to his list of accomplishments for a very long time.