Five-time GRAMMY© nominee Hunter Hayes spent a very special Valentine’s Day with his fans in Nashville at the premiere of this three-part mini-movie series “Pictures.” The movie, set in the 1950’s, follows storylines of domestic violence, racial differences, and a powerful love that can’t be stopped. The Tennessean shared never-before-seen footage from the making of the film HERE and today, Hayes released a behind-the-scenes video of the premiere itself HERE.
Interwoven with the movie are Hayes’ three music videos for songs “You Should Be Loved,” “More,” and “This Girl.” “‘Pictures’ is a result of a lot of great people with great ideas coming together to tell a beautiful story using different types of art and performances,” said Hayes. “This reminds me of being a part of a band. Everyone gave so much.” After a screening for fans in Nashville, Tennessee at Regal Cinemas, Hayes joined in on a discussion with the directors (John and Matt Edde), screenwriter (Paul Bianchi) and members of the cast before the singer/songwriter performed the three songs from the movie acoustically. To watch Hayes’ “Pictures” visit www.youtube.com/user/hunterhayes. ABOUT HUNTER HAYES Hailed as a "force to be reckoned with" by the Huffington Post, multiple-award-winner Hunter Hayes is a singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist who roared onto the music scene with his 2x multi-platinum, No. 1 self-titled debut album and chart-topping sophomore album, Storyline, via Atlantic Records / Warner Music Nashville. With three No. 1 singles under his belt (the 5x multi-platinum smash “Wanted,” double-platinum “I Want Crazy” and platinum-selling “Somebody’s Heartbreak”), Hayes continues to surprise fans with new releases such as “Rescue,” which inspired his NSA school renovation and his latest, “You Should Be Loved.” In addition to his GRAMMY nominations, the multi-instrumentalist has tallied over 40 award nominations and wins including the People’s Choice Award for Favorite Male Country Artist in 2015 and the CMA Awards’ coveted New Artist of The Year trophy in 2012.