Hunter Hayes Breaks Guinness World Record

Hayes celebrates breaking a Guiness World Record.

Hunter Hayes celebrates breaking a Guinness World Record.

Hunter Hayes teamed up with ConAgra Foods to end child hunger and celebrate the release of his brand-new album Storyline this week by breaking the Guinness World Records® record for Most Concerts Played in multiple cities in 24 hours.

The “24 Hour Road Race to End Child Hunger” kicked off Friday, May 9 on Good Morning America in Times Square and hit Boston; Worcester, Mass.; Providence, R.I.; New London, Conn.; New Haven, Conn.; Stamford, Conn.; South Orange, N.J.; Asbury Park, N.J. and culminated in Philadelphia.

The multi-talented entertainer played 10 shows in 10 cities in 24 hours, breaking the Flaming Lips’ world record of eight shows in 24 hours.

Support acts that helped keep the momentum going included breakout country duo Dan + Shay, critically-acclaimed newcomer Charlie Worsham, up-and-coming country band The Railers, and singer/songwriters Dean Alexander and Matt Sucich, with the official music playlist powered by “The Country Club with Dee Jay Silver.”

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