Danielle Bradbery Joins Hunter Hayes’s “We’re Not Invisible” Spring 2014 Tour!

Danielle Bradbery and Hunter Hayes-Today Show
Now here’s a tour made in teen-oriented pop/country heaven! Hunter Hayes has announced his “We’re Not Invisible” headlining tour with support acts season 4 Voice champ Danielle Bradbery and rising duo Dan & Shay. The 19-date tour will hit mid-sized arenas around the US, but isn’t currently scheduled to visit the West Coast.

March 20 – Pikeville, KY
March 21 – Huntington, WV
March 22 – Youngstown, OH
March 27 – Peoria, IL
March 28 – Toledo, OH
April 10 – Southaven, MS
April 11 – Cape Girardeau, MO
April 12 – Springfield, MO
April 17 – Huntsville, AL
April 18 – Roanoke, VA
April 19 – Asheville, NC
April 23 – Colorado Springs, CO
April 24 – Salt Lake City, UT
May 1 – Bangor, ME
May 2 – Boston, MA
May 3 – Uncasville, CT
May 29 – Augusta, GA
May 30 – Pensacola, FL
May 31 – Estero, FL

The tour is named after Hunter Hayes’s new single, the lead single from his sophomore album, which he debuted last night at the Grammys (check out MJ’s live blog here). Hunter will release his sophomore album in May, which likely accounts for the 3 week+ gap in dates during that month. Danielle is currently the secondary opening act on Brad Paisley’s Beat This Winter tour, and sits at #15 on the Country Aircheck/Mediabase airplay chart with her debut single “The Heart Of Dixie” in its 29th week on the chart. Dan & Shay is a new duo whose debut single “!9 You & Me” is poised to hit t20 on the airplay charts after 16 weeks charting.

The 3 acts should fit together very well musically on tour, and maybe we’ll see either a reprise of the Hunter/Danielle “I Want Crazy” duet that went over so well on Season 4 of The Voice (see video here) or a duet between Danielle and Hunter on her track “Endless Summer,” whose studio version features Hunter on guitar.

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Also known as Windmills, I cover country music news and live televised country events, in addition to recapping ABC's 'Nashville.' Additionally, I occasionally do long-form chart analysis that has been cited by Entertainment Weekly, Pitchfork, The Guardian, The New Republic, NPR, and more.