Hunter Hayes is celebrating the May 6th release of his highly anticipated album Storyline by teaming up with ConAgra Foods to end child hunger while attempting to break the GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS® record for Most Concerts Played in multiple cities in 24 hours. Announced today, TUDOR Watch U.S.A will be the Official Timekeeper for the “Hunter Hayes’ 24 Hour Road Race to End Child Hunger.” Throughout the race, Hunter will be wearing a TUDOR Heritage Chrono timepiece and upon conclusion, this special timepiece engraved with the official race logo will be auctioned to raise money for Feeding America, the nation’s leading domestic hunger-relief charity. Fans can join the conversation on Twitter using #HHRECORDWEEK as Hunter attempts to break the world record during his exciting record release week.
“Hunter Hayes’ 24 Hour Road Race To End Child Hunger” Cities and Door Times:
May 9 City, State Venue Support
8:00am New York, NY Good Morning America No Support
9:15am Boston, MA Paradise Rock Club Dan + Shay
11:30am Worcester, MA Palladium Upstairs Dean Alexander
1:45pm Providence, RI Lupo’s Heartbreak Hotel Dan + Shay
4:15pm New London, CT Garde Arts Center Dean Alexander
6:45pm New Haven, CT Toad’s Place Dan + Shay
9:00pm Stamford, CT Palace Theatre The Railers
11:30pm South Orange, NJ SOPAC (Acoustic) Matt Sucich
2:00am Asbury Park, NJ The Stone Pony(Acoustic) The Railers
5:00am Philadelphia, PA Trocadero Charlie Worsham/The Railers
The Academy of Country Music has announced additional information regarding the servicemen and women from the United States Armed Forces, who performed on stage with some of the biggest names in country music during ACM PRESENTS: AN ALL-STAR SALUTE TO THE TROOPS, taped on Monday, April 7th at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. In honor of Armed Forces Day (May 17) observances, the two-hour concert event, co-hosted by LL COOL J and Chris O’Donnell, will air Tuesday, May 20th at 9:00 PM ET/PT on CBS.
Jo Dee Messina will have the esteemed honor of joining Kentucky Derby history by becoming only the sixth performer to sing the national anthem at historic Churchill Downs Saturday, May 3 for the 140th Kentucky Derby. The multiplatinum, award-winning country singer-songwriter’s performance will air live nationally at 5 p.m. ET as a part of NBC’s extensive coverage of the event.
Taylor Swift was among the winners at the recent Radio Disney Music Awards, which took place at Nokia Theatre L.A. Live. Swift was honored in two categories–So FANtastic-Fiercest Fans, and Musical Mash-up: Best Musical Collaboration for “Everything Has Changed,” featuring Ed Sheeran.