Hunter Hayes To Release Three-Disc Set, ‘The 21 Project’

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Atlantic/Warner Music Nashville artist Hunter Hayes will release The 21 Project on Friday, Nov. 6. The three-disc set includes one acoustic album, one studio album, and one live album. Each one will feature the same seven songs with the different variations.

“This project has been a lot of fun for me, because it really brings the focus back to the music and shows how a song grows from its original form into something we play on stage,” said Hayes, who co-produced The 21 Project with Dann Huff. “We’re making our fall tour all about the music and connecting with fans in a closer setting, and just enjoying music together.”

The 21 Project is available for pre-order now by clicking here.

Track Listing:

1. “21” (Dallas Davidson, Kelley Lovelace, Ashley Gorley, Hayes)
2. “Young And In Love” (Hayes, Dan Omelio, Dave Barnes)
3. “Saint Or A Sinner” (Hayes, Lori McKenna, Barry Dean)
4. “Where It All Begins (feat. Lady Antebellum)” (Hayes, Charles Kelley, Dave Haywood, Hillary Scott)
5. “Suitcase” (Hayes, Gorley, Ross Copperman)
6. “The Trouble With Love” (McKenna, Hayes)
7. “I Mean You” (Hayes, Jimmy Robbins, Gorley)

Hayes will embark on his 21 Tour on Oct. 22. Current dates include:

Thursday, Oct. 22 – Western Carolina University – Cullowhee, N.C.
Friday, Oct. 23 – Kent State University – Kent, Ohio
Saturday, Oct. 24 – West Point Eisenhower Hall Theater – Highland Falls, N.Y.
Thursday, Oct. 29 – Purdue University – West Lafayette, Ind.
Friday, Oct. 30 – Aebersold Recreation Center at Slippery Rock University – Slippery Rock, Pa.
Thursday, Nov. 5 – Western Kentucky University – Bowling Green, Ky.
Friday, Nov. 6 – Notre Dame University – Notre Dame, Ind.
Saturday, Nov. 7 – Illinois State University – Normal, Ill.
Saturday, Nov. 14 – University of Oklahoma – Norman, Okla.

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