Hunter Hayes Premieres ‘Pictures’

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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.

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