Hunter Hayes Debuts ‘Invisible’ at 2014 Grammy Awards
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Hunter Hayes displayed two of his many musical talents — singing and playing the keys — while debuting his new single ‘Invisible’ at the 2014 Grammy Awards.
Hayes looked especially dapper on Sunday (Jan. 26), donning a black long-sleeved shirt and black pants, his blond hair slicked back. After introducing the song on the piano, the young star walked over to a mic onstage and belted out the inspirational ‘Invisible’ lyrics.
As he sang, quotes from some super-famous names like Steve Jobs, Johnny Depp, Lady Gaga and others flashed on the screen behind him, their words speaking of bullying, not fitting in and being overlooked.
In a pre-show interview, Hayes explained the theme behind ‘Invisible,’ saying, “It’s about my life as a dorky musician.” Added the talented singer, “(I’m a) Little bit of a geek that doesn’t fit in, and I’m proud of that.”
Hayes received a rousing amount of applause from the 2014 Grammys crowd and took a deep bow before exiting the stage. He was certainly not invisible during his performance, and he hopefully empowered lots of youth during his moving performance. With all of the buzz around the brand new song, it quickly became a trending topic on Twitter Sunday night.