Last night’s Grammy Awards had all different kinds of performances from artists of all genres. There were remixed mash ups, reunions, and some very cool once in a lifetime collaborations from artists that crossed generations. We even got to see a live wedding take place with Macklemore And Ryan Lewis’ “Same Love” used as it’s soundtrack. In most cases we heard many different versions of songs that were successful enough in 2013 to help get those artists to the Grammy stage, however every once in a while an artist dares to take a chance and try something new. This year, Hunter Hayes was that daring artist, when he premiered his new song, “Invisible.” The uplifting anti-bullying anthem is one from Hunter’s forthcoming second major label album, and is one that connected with viewers at first listen.
Our friends at CBS’ Radio.com caught up with Hunter for an exclusive about the meaning behind the song, and his personal connection to it. CLICK HERE for the interview, and view the performance below!
HEY GUYS, WE HAD TO SWAP OUT SUNDAY’S LIVE PERFORMANCE FOR THE STUDIO VERSION BECAUSE IT WAS REMOVED FROM YOUTUBE, ENJOY!