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"hunter hayes" Discussed on Pratt Cast

Pratt Cast

11:32 min | 5 months ago

"hunter hayes" Discussed on Pratt Cast

"Kind of started his like are Hashtag the thing that I want. The fans to sort of run with me on is is is spreading that because I think we all have that fire It's important to feed it. It's important to do the things that just energize you things that you look forward to. I WanNa talk about some of these projects and you mentioned both that answer so tell me a little bit more about in the lab in a lab is like ten years in the making my first radio tour. Those guys that that you've you know you were in that world like you. You see five to twenty new artists every week coming through with a single that they've really want you to play on rotation and it was kind of like. How do we set ourselves apart? I love singing but I. I'm not like a Perfectionist singer by a long shot. I'm an emotional singer and and I was worried that just an acoustic performance wasn't going to communicate my passion for music like an idiot. I made a suggestion because I had an idea and it was another one of those. Do It yourself ideas and I said guys. Why don't we bring a mini studio on the road? And I can make the song in front of them and of course business ears popped up excited about it and by the time another week. It rolled around. And they like okay. We're really excited about this idea. I actually stopped mid sentence like yeah. I want to talk to you about that. I've thought about that and I don't know if I like it. And because it sounds like a bit of a dog pony show and I don't want it to feel that way I do not want it to feel showing off. It's got to feel like comfortable. That just started another two weeks of Hertzel's for me at home and I had to find a way to make it personal and and I kind of did. But essentially what we were doing was a very fancy version of looping and I was very familiar with living at the time and after Ed. Sheeran shows like okay. We'll technologies clearly advanced a good bit. I mean they were looper pedals for years but The way that I wanted to do it was was a bit more complex than required technology to make advances anyway fast forward ten years and now that put you to sleep. You could wake up now. I wanted to do a tour in my off season. I knew that there would be. There's always a time in the year where I wish we were on the road with something. Different pitched to my sort of team. I was like what if we take this thing? We've been building for because we've been building this thing for five years and we never took it on the road and it's it's alive able to build a cool and it allows me to to lose. Do like fancy arrangements because Abelson so like in Indep so I actually have three Abelson texts just working with me on the software side of things to to program it. There's one that's actually like a licensed professor like teaches. Abelson works with the company so so it was quite an extensive build and it required a lot of people in a lot of man hours so we finally got a built. We were finding that okay. We'll I think we can actually take the road and it's not just like a show about. Look at me looping things it's actually fun now which was the biggest battle and I think the biggest challenge at the end of the show. I want you to feel like you sat in my living room. Wall was working on a song. You know but you had fun. It wasn't a tutorial you know to meet it wasn't it wasn't a show off. Look at me playing instruments. It's a honestly anyone can make music if you just want to. And it was a really fun show to fit together and I don't know if the world will but I loved it and I think honestly it's great that we got to build it film it and watch it back because honestly I had notes watching even though mixed every episode I watched the edit like we. We were all team in this House working on the post production of it. Because I'm a nerd and I love that part of it as well even after that watching it live with everybody. I felt I feel like I felt what they felt. I already made notes in our already. Totally rearranged the whole show. But I'm really excited to get on the road. You're it's funny. How much of a perfectionist you are never talked to? Brian May river others Qatar. Play for Queen and he's an astrophysicist. He's like he's like the biggest the smartest dude ever and not say that. You're an astrophysicist. May I don't know but like when when I'm talking to you the passion you have for such nerdy stuff is so cool? I love it man and I do because you can see how much you're just not drive the point home this show but like you don't get to your level or queens or whatever by accidentally being good you get to that level by being really really good at your craft and working on it you know. That's a big misconception. With celebrity in general is that like people. Just get lucky and sure it happens every once in a while but there's no longevity and that the people that are there forever are there for reason those brilliant quote a friend of Mine. She always reminds me of and the first time she told me. I just could not figure out what the hell she was saying but she said turn your weaknesses into your strength and one of my weaknesses is my minority self. And I feel like I've just tried to apply that particular Advice embrace it you know so in the lab. Where can people watch that? That's on my youtube channel. We ended up putting like we had two shows plan for this year. It's not to shows like concerts. Two kinds of shows. One was might normal full band show which has changed significantly and one was the lab. There's three episodes of the lab. It's in three segments and then there was one full band show that we did. We called Hashtag rescheduled. And that's kind of like my version of what the show would have been lied to take on the road right then So yeah that's all on Youtube and honestly world load in a bunch of stuff on Youtube. Now we've been. We made so much stuff over the past six months that we're kind of like well. There's no better time than now to put up videos online. So yeah we're kind of trying to keep a steady flow to money's give money man. Trust me I don't know yet but it's covering her while blue feel like part one was very. It was was introspective. And kind of about your growth as a human as an artist and everything in life I suppose. What can we expect four part do shit attitude? Yeah Yeah 'cause it's Kinda like it's Kinda like wild blue. The best way for me to explain wobbly is like planning for a road trip. I love taking these personal trips by myself. I get an AIRBNB somewhere. I plan like five or six days rent a car and I like put pins on the map but I don't really make plants and I feel like wild blue was putting pens on the map and me saying these are places that had been before madness. Dear God while blue the song Still honestly there were so many things that I had not been able to do on an album and show the world red skies me getting in the car and going on the road trip. Like it's it's that feeling when you're five miles from home and you're like oh. I forgot to pack. Get and you just you go and you have like a general idea of where you're going but the whole idea is just not to plan it and and I think Red Sky has has very sort of like expressive like screaming Singing random things to the sky out the roof of convertible right or these really introspective moments. Still there's like an internal and external version of the album to kind of. Has this duality to it. But it's about the actual physical moving on. Yeah and there's a there's just a ton of attitude on it. I'm excited for it. I'm running out of time with you before I let you go. You WanNa do rapid-fire question and answer session. Rapid fire with Hunter Hayes Number One. What is your coffee? Order aquatic myself and running through buildings before they were book wind sand and stars. What started this whole wild. Blue thing is non-fiction when Santa Stars as nonfiction. It's the same guy who wrote little the little prince okay. Yeah it's really inspired. Should check it out I I I need recommendations because guess what got a lot of time lands right now who is Your biggest mentor. I've got a few Dan Hoff was one of them at his second driver named a fire. I'm going to make this quick. Elton John Elton. Kinda came into my life after I did a tribute for him and we kind of accidentally came buds. He's just a big supporter like He. I think has been through a lot right and knows that artists needs support other artists to support them and help them through parts that they haven't experienced themselves and he one hundred percent is that. I can email him right now. He will call me within thirty seconds. That's how responsive he isn't. That's how like it's not me. Does it. For a lot of people. He's just that that kind of guy. That's awesome yeah. Who's your first kiss? Oh God I'll never say her name but it was a high school sweetheart. Was the first car ninety eight. Chevy suburban and last. Who WOULD YOU? Call Get Yeta jail. My manager give a jail right. Oh Yeah Yeah. I did in structure though I was like I think my some days I feel like my images to clean so I told her I was like if I go to jail for something reasonable awesome and I haven't heard anybody like if it's for certain reasons make sure people know. Make sure that you know. I don't Look Sixteen tough-guy rabble as man thank you so much for being on the wells. Cast your stories crazy it's bonkers of senior perform. Love your music. I'm excited for this new record. Everyone go check out everything that hunters do. And where can people find you if they're unfamiliar with your work wherever you want to. We've got we're on instagram. As just me Hunter Hayes. H. E. Y. Yes same for twitter. All the music is everywhere. Pandora spotify Apple Music Youtube. Obviously we've got a a whole bunch of stuff happening on Youtube. I would honestly tell everybody to go to youtube right now. 'cause I'm kind of like finding ways to bring people into this new album without formally releasing parts of the album and Youtube and instagram are of going to be my ways of doing that for the next couple of months which. I'm really excited about one hundred. Thanks so much for taking the time I really do. Appreciate it and be safe out there man. Thank you to protect everybody listener particulars. So you've been cheers buddy era. I hope I didn't offend him by being like you're such a nerd. I can tell such but I here's my thing like I want to drive the point home of. There's this weird stigma I guess in the country or just everywhere that being nerdy as a negative and if I've learned anything like the things that separated me at a young age things that made me not part of the status. Quo Are the things that made me successful personally successful? I decided to do this. One thing like no one was doing which was radio and everyone thought it was crazy and I got super nerdy. I edit all this stuff. He's talking about. Do I know how to work through so well a nerdy about music? I collect vinyl. Bree search it. It's so easy to make fun of people for whatever their thing is but generally it's those things that are things that make you successful. And if if the whole point of this show is to showcase how the hell you get to be successful. I think that's a very very important. One is to find out whatever your nerd is and get really really nerdy into it for the most part like I said on the show. You don't accidentally become successful. It's not an accident all right unless you're born into a royal family everyone's gotTa work four hundred new from two years old that he was going to be doing this and got super cool anyways. Thanks so much guys for listening to the wells. Kostas the fun episode. That guy is hotel instruments. You KNOW INSANE BE SAFE OUT. There too can please like and review the show. It helps drive us up in the weird itunes algorithm. I don't know I'm told that that's battle. I'm done. I'M GONNA go mega drink. I'M GONNA make a Scotch 'cause hundred cities and do that all.

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"hunter hayes" Discussed on Pratt Cast

Pratt Cast

09:16 min | 5 months ago

"hunter hayes" Discussed on Pratt Cast

"You're talking about you're doing all these like Cajun cover stuff you know doing a little bit research something something like you can play over thirty instruments which. I didn't even know there were over thirty insurance. So that's nice but I imagine that if you're that musically talent or diverse with your musical ability and you are amazing singer. There had to be a moment. We hit to decide kind of which lane you wanted to go in. You can be a pop star. You could be a country singer. You could be a polka singer for all I know. Why did you choose country at the time to be really careful? Say This but at a time that moves to Nashville. I knew what kind of weird my music was going to be and I knew what kind of different and I knew what I could bring to my music based on the things that I love in the things that I'd studied in the parts of my craft that should have honed in at that time and in that context at that time remember two thousand eight hundred nine. I saw place for me because country was so diverse. There were so many things going on. You had Taylor Swift. You had rascal flatts. You had Keith. Urban you had Brad Paisley. You had so. Many diverse sounds in country music in so many different kinds of storytellers. That I saw that there was a place for somebody who wanted to make the Kinda records that I knew that. Were like my strength. At that point. My weirdness was an advantage. I felt like because I could carve out a new place for myself for a while. That went well. I got to be that sort of weird kid. I got to play my sort of Blues Guitar. Licks and make a record. That still really proud of with Dan. Half my debut record is something I i. That's kind of that. That's the bar. Everything should feel that tour. I don't think there was anything on that. I record felt like it was trying to be anything other than what exactly was I was really proud of that and I thought that there's no way to plan. You know. Ten fifteen twenty fifty years in the future knew that I wanted to make music for the next fifty years. Six years So I needed to start in a place where where I could be purely myself and I could be embraced as me. My narrative had to start their. You know if I started by just cutting a song that we knew it was going to be a hit and producing it the way that everybody else is producing there is like that only lasts for so long so. I think I just I. I knew that longevity would start with honesty so toured with Taylor swift like back in two thousand eleven and I imagine that a lot of people country looked Taylor swift and I don't even know the algorithm that she was able to to kind of put down you know she's at this point bound by knows genre which is amazing but a very very terrifying thing to do as any musician because the one thing that you hear a lot when abandon artists goes in a different direction as I miss the old X Y and Z and I like the the the first records but I guess my question is do you want to give it because obviously you can would you ever or do you. Kinda like like what you've created in this moment and continue down that path. The really interesting thing that I think the last few years have have been for me to figure out what a beautiful moment was to sort of clear the trees and see the sunshine and realized that I don't have to put it. I've done exactly what I do for a long time. It's flight to because like when I was in. La We were working on. We're starting recording for Red Sky. I got drunk one night and played like an album that I made when I was fifteen in that album. Actually that I made alone when I was alone a long time and it's funny. How like sort of it has country elements? It has blue helmets. It has all rock elements and it has pop elements. So it's like it was interesting to hear fifteen year old me kind of informing twenty eight year old. May the things still in love with that said. I realized that luckily musically like no pivoting needed the music that I make what I'm unfiltered which you know. This past year has been a process of undoing those filters in doing the things that like. Oh are they gonna like they meaning like the business right? Are they going to accept me for this or am I going to have to like shift the way that the sound of the different color for them to accept it? It was really interesting that when I did the things that I just wanted to do a needed to do on the wild blue side of things dear God while blue still one good reason and those are the the songs that fans connected with now on the other side of the writing creative the part that no one else gets to hear yet. I'm finding that the stuff I'm making sounded like the stuff I may when I was fifteen except Hopefully it's more refined versions of all so I think if anything. I'm just doing what I love to do. Which is infusing all these different sounds and solve. It sounds like one John wrote some of it. Sounds another at the end of the day? If none of it sounds like it's trying to be any of those things that I've done. Exactly what is set out to do as long as it just feels. I hate to keep using honest but as long as you hear my music and you're like Oh you must really like Xyz. Then that's that's that's that's amazing. You mentioned dear God a little bit earlier in the episode and it was on that you thought that would never probably see the light of day just because of the essence of the thing in the context of the genre. I wonder if I'm always interested. I wonder if you got pushback from the industry can't do this kid. My favorite texts that I got was. I don't know what the hell this says but I like it. They didn't text it to me. It was someone that said that someone I work with and they were brave enough to tell me honestly most of the time I don't read reviews and Because no one gets your like your fans. Do you know as long as the fans get it. That's all I was actually surprised though dear. God was a massive turning point because as we spoke. I really didn't think that I really did not take that. They'd let me put it out and much to my surprise that was my aunt. Our guys Favorite Song that I had written for the album and I was like how. How on Earth is this? The one year been love but he loved it and he took it around to everybody at the label. He was like this is amazing. And I mean you know one or two people say it's repeat that and it tends to work lazing. How people will listen. I think at that point though it had shifted from. We need to find the single. That's GonNa work in this particular lane or do this thing and it was more of like okay. This project has more to say. How do we tell the world that with the first song? How do we released? What how? How does the first song set the stage for the rest of the album? I think dear God did that. It was a bit of a shocker and I also wanted to make sure that the world didn't think the whole album was going to be like this really introspective. Like depressing thing. It was just going to be honest so with all that said. I think that was the shocker. Was that people at the label. Were actually really excited about it. Because for some reason they connected with it in their own way and again that was another like total God moment where I was like. Okay I hear you. I see you working and I'm going to keep working. I wanted to ask you like what are some of your formulas of things that you do that you attribute to your success and I don't even I don't even mean success in like hits. I mean just like being a successful person just in general right well. My Dad's been a lot of time in the military so there's a bit of discipline thing on certain ends of us. The people around me they would probably tell you that. I'm not disciplined at all musically though I I am when it comes to my work and my craft and also I think something I got from. My Dad was if. There's no one around to do it do it yourself. And that's still my approach. Now like we we take this concert series this lab conscious thing that we were supposed to take the road. We take in new tubes. The fans could at least see parts of the show. I can find a mix engineer quick enough so I ended up mixing the whole thing myself. I'm not a mix engineer but I've just spent every waking minute law sleep in a lot of sanity when it comes to like the album making the music making I think honestly I have found have found the parts of what I do. I love the most and I use those things to keep me going through parts of what I do that. I don't love the most I know that you know on a day where have to make a lot of like business calls on the shittiest business person in the face of the planet because at the end of the day I have one objective and that's to make more music. I know that at the end of a long day of making those things have something to look forward to. And that is starting with a glass of Scotch going back into that room and opening song that I haven't looked at and probably a month because that's GonNa reenergize me and by tomorrow morning. I'll have something that I have done that I was excited about and I will share it with my team and even if they don't give two shits I'm still excited about it. I'M GONNA keep working on it. It's like my little vacation from from the other parts of what I do that are that are slightly more challenging. I think that's if I have a formula that's it. It's fine the things that you really love and not to sound like brandy but part of like this whole chapter and part of red skies messaging is feeding your fire and I think that's what we've kind of started his like are Hashtag the thing that I want. The fans to sort of run with me on is is is spreading that because I think we all have that fire It's important to feed it..

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"hunter hayes" Discussed on Pratt Cast

Pratt Cast

04:02 min | 5 months ago

"hunter hayes" Discussed on Pratt Cast

"We we're doing like sixty seventy eight but that was a lot you know every weekend the rule was that couldn't check out of school on any weekday other than Friday and we'd go play Fares at festivals we get in the truck and all the trailer and when I was in high school go by myself pulled a trailer. Go pick band up and But this one year I think I was thirteen fourteen. He said I WANNA make sure that you you still enjoy this and at the end of this sort of like. Let's call it six months half a year of not playing. If this is still what would you will you WANNA do? Then I'm all for it but I WANNA make sure that you know that you don't feel like you have to do it because you've been doing and that was the worst six months of my life and I wrote so much I've I've built more. It's honestly it's like I feel right now in quarantine I've finished. Diy Home Improvement Project. I finished building my little studio and my guest bedroom and I finishing album. That first show back. I was so excited so amped up by couldn't sleep and I ended up getting sick and having skip the show and that corrupt me because then I had to wait like two more months and it was just tortured but that told me a lot. It told me a lot about the fact that I love the Y. Loved playing live music and taught me a lot about where I go to express to feel whole again. It has always been music on your parents for that in the beginning. You're talking about like the cool. You Rely Kinda hiding out in your room with your pro tools rig and working on your own stuff but you're in high school peace and out on Fridays to go play some big GIG. When you're in high school or you cool like I imagine I would lose out to every like Rockstar when I was in high school like my girlfriend had been like on GonNa date the Rockstar Guy. Was there a turning point where you became like? Kinda cool no is there's a giant between Rockstar and a guy plays music dance covers. I mean there's a giant and also I think i. I don't know why I've never really examined this but for some reason. I didn't want anybody at my school to really know what I did. You know what I mean. I don't know if it was because I had a bad experience with like my first school definitely did and I left for that reason when I got to my new school last savings like I started middle school at a new like I went from a Catholic school which that was an experience to a nondenominational Christian Academy which was whole other experience. And I'm talking like I said my parents worked two and three jobs. So it's not like we're we're it was a it was a culture shock for me. It was a really interesting experience because once I got that school. I didn't want anybody did anything about that. And it almost worked out that way. Do I ended up. I ended up running sound for some of the chapel like events and I was like I really WanNa play music so I might as well like find a way to play music long here so yeah it was the opposite and I definitely like attached to and related more to people who just like not being creative like my group like there was no one alike in our group we. None of us had the same hobbies. Which made it really interesting. We wanted to hang out but I mean my best friend. Christopher we would write scripts together we would make you know independent movies. Say hello to my dog coal. We would make like independent movies and he was a great actor in like he would get sinn stuff. We were a weird group and that was but I loved that group. This episode is brought to you by best fiends and that's fiends F. I. E. N. D. S. So we've had some more downtime. Perhaps more accustomed to and I know for you Samantha for you that is really translated into some phone games. Yes I will say. I may not be the best at other games but one of the things I do. Love and enjoy as having some fun puzzle game. I went ahead and downloaded fiends. And Yeah it is fantastic. It a five star rated mobile puzzle game for reason with over one hundred million downloads. And yes I was one of those one hundred million and the team at best teams is committed to putting out new puzzle levels every week and.

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"hunter hayes" Discussed on Pratt Cast

Pratt Cast

12:33 min | 5 months ago

"hunter hayes" Discussed on Pratt Cast

"I'm the oldest. I've ever been I. I was born in Louisiana South Louisiana. Only child spoiled only child but when I say spoiled me my parents like you know worked two and three jobs to make ends meet never complained about it. You know we go to restaurants a lot of restaurants Louisiana. There's really like just brilliant heritage appreciation in Louisiana for the history of Louisiana and that includes music food in a whole list of things in our was always around music. My Dad loves music. He's not a musician at all. Neither my mom actually. Ironically I learned how to play guitar because my mom wanted to play music with me so she took lessons. Came Home. Taught me the cords. She never played again. That's how I learned guitar so props but I grew up in this very musical area and restaurants live music every night and I was. I was obsessed with the move. That made me feel that lift. My grandmother gave me a toy accordion. Because apparently when I was like you know under two years old I was taking things around the house and making the minute instruments so my grandmother gave me a toy accordion. I never put it down. My Dad had to buy multiple to fix the one that I would always carry around. It just kept snowballing with other instruments. I would get obsessed At the same time I was we were going out to see these live bands and we would see them often enough where they would see me playing. According on the side of stage this one guy asked by data. Does he know any of the songs my dad was like? Yeah he knows this one that one and he's started learning the swamp right and they pulled me up on stage and I just. I loved playing music. You know. It wasn't necessarily attention or fame or any of that stuff. I just love the feeling of making music especially that the people you know fast forward you know middle school. I started writing songs because that was my outlet. You know I didn't really have a whole lot of friends. Music was kind of my only friend and a lot of a lot of time in my life. And that's when I fell in love song writing and storytelling. That's also I got my first like protons rig my first recording Reagan home. I never came out of my bedroom. After that I was just like into making records. I love the fact that I could and nothing could stop him. Because we were playing gays. I had just enough equipment to to finish songs because I didn't really have any other resources was going to rent a studio or pay for a band. Just couldn't afford that so the biggest thing was just like do it yourself get get it across the finish line and show the world the vision that you have and I think that's when I realized that if you hear something in your head you can probably make it happen by some form or another. That's been my process ever since right the hundreds of songs a year. I believe that I feel like part of my purpose has always been to take a lot of different things. Take all of my favorite music. You know it be country or not you know I. I love country. Music has always been part of my DNA but so has like blue's and so has pop music a lot of timeless pop music. You know this reference records like some of Sam. Smith's songs in the adult stuff and even Shawn Mendez is. Why like his stuff is just timeless. So I I've always seen it as my duty to take in all the things that I love and then internalize them and internment in my favorite version of those things and then also be brave enough to share the kind of stuff that the others aren't sharing because someone probably needs to hear that kind of music. Somebody brought her those lyrics. That's been the most awarding part of what I do. Is those vulnerable songs that I don't. I mean dear God. I didn't think we were ever going to be able to put that out. I didn't put it out and that's to this day. The most successful song off off of Wild Blue. So it kind of reaffirms. What I believe is kind of my purpose and I don't know you could call it my strength. What I love doing and fellow. Songwriting in middle school high school. We started taking trips to Nashville established music city. It everything not just country. Everything and I started meeting people and making friends and I got passed on by like three or four levels and then at the last minute somebody came in and was an editor with from me. Having to sell myself to for the first time a record executive was selling himself to me and I was like okay. Well this feels gray. I'll take it and that started. Canada journey of okay. Now I'm officially artists and that happened after I got a publishing deal which I still work with Universal Music Republic which I love because I connected with good people think that's been one of the biggest blessings about being in Nashville is the people that I get to work with. It's a very different atmosphere in the care about their craft. They care about people at the end of the day and I think it's great. Music comes from people feeling like people in being people so going back to where you grew up. You said South Louisiana where exactly a town called brokerage Louisiana B. R. E. A. U. X. Gorge Bridge. Yeah born and raised in brokerage. I moved to Lafayette when we were in middle allows middle middle school. I don't know what it is about. Being an only child always feel the need to save we even though it's just me but Yeah moved to Lafayette and then moves to Nashville on sixteen going to New Orleans along like during those those years as well. Yeah we had a lot of. We had a lot of gigs in New Orleans. We had more gigs in Texas. Honestly Louisiana We spent a lot of time in between Texas Louisiana and Florida. Tons OF CAJUN MUSIC festivals. Because I used to play a lot of Cajun music growing up I mean. There's so many friends of mine that that make a very very nice living doing that right now. Louisiana and 'cause there's just so such a demand for that kind of Cajun dance music. You know the one thing that I've learned because I went to school Mississippi so we would go down to New Orleans a lot baton rouge La and I had friends from everywhere in Louisiana and especially in New Orleans. It's one of those places where it seems that culture and arts kind of loses out of everything like like every was an artist in Louisiana and it doesn't even matter what you do like you could be a street artists cool. There's a chef you know. You're you're definitely an artist. You're a Barista your Europe. A mixologist. Your musician you know like everyone. There's just so much culture and and I don't know if that state and that city in particular are just so old that like it's just been this melting pot. But every time I go there I feel so inspired and I'm not. I'm a crap guitar player but every time I go there I'm like I got. I gotTA writes music. Man I can do you know so you know. I guess the question is is. Do you think that where you came from had a hand in who you became? I sure? Yeah 'cause like the thing that I connect to us when you say all that is it's a very expressive Part OF THE WORLD. A lot of a lot of people express how they feel. There's a lot of feelings and there's a lot of expression and I think that's where the sort of the outlets get found right through culinary arts through the digital arts through communards and there's sort of that I think there's sort of a licensed to because of the heritage and the history right. There's so much art and things that already exist. It's kind of like the you're kind of not not expected to but you're there's always open doors because of the fact that it's been laid before you you've seen that your ancestors your your parents or grandparents were all very expressive artistic and some kind of way right. Not Not all not universal right before In reference to what you're saying I I can tell you musically what I find consistently Here something that feels like Blues and by Blues I mean one note that just makes you feel something different than everything else going on in the in the Song I love like really heavily syncopated rhythms like things. That are busy but not sounding busy. They just make they just keep you moving. I I mean I think I grew up playing Cajun music and the whole thing was to keep people dancing and I think that's still kind of something that I keep in mind like. If you're not moving to it you know there will be people that will attach the lyric and there will be a just attached to the feeling of the song I think. That's what Cajun Music taught me. A lot was that the feeling of the song does a lot of does more work than you think it does. So that definitely had a huge huge impact on me. I come from this radio background. And their years I was having to make the decisions on what stuff we would put on the air. And you know you get pitched on all these songs by all these record label reps and and you know you have these music meetings what I love about music and I think that not speak but I I think this kind of what you're talking about is music has dislike visceral impact on you physically. I remember sitting music meetings. If a song was a hit. It wasn't like Oh. Yeah you know. The chorus comes in at thirty seven seconds. And it's only two and a half minutes and you know it's not like the nuts and bolts of music business. It was all man. I got goosebumps. When I heard the chorus something happened in my body that made me realize that this was good. I feel like especially in that part of the world every time I go out and have to do with the fact that I've had seventeen hurricanes but I'll be like oh my God like I can feel it. Sounds good or the lyrics are cool like my body knows. It's really good to say it is all feeling base. They're all starts from a feeling rather than ideas which I think yeah. I think that's definitely something that I I might accidentally take for granted especially when writing. 'cause I mean there's so many things that have started lately like I've moved away from the first trip to Nashville. Writing was very very clinical right. It's very Scheduled here it's it's you'd needed ten or eleven and you're done by three or four and that's it like an is scheduled months in advance so it's not like you. It's hard to walk into the room with a feeling but I was told by my manager. Ansel when I first started co writing. He told me he was always walk with an idea. You said you don't have to write. It always have something that you're committed to because of that advice. Most of the stuff that's been ridden ridden has come from those things in in so lately. I've been better about like writing by myself and not because I want all the credit or whatever what that does is that starts from the feeling in that every lyric attached to the root. Which is that feeling. There's been five songs at a finished on this album that I still took into co writers and said Hey I feel every part of this helped me make sure that everybody else does too right. And that's been really fun process but yes all all going back to exactly what you said. It is feeling based versus. You know mathematic. I've known about you for a while. You've been on the scene for a long time. But you're a young dude. What year did you move to Nashville? Oh eight Oh nine. I think it was technically graduated with my oh nine class. None of whom I knew or met our ever went to class with so I never walked my graduation. I just skipped at all. I was just like I'm ready to start working like I just WanNa make music. Click scroll this other stuff. You're talking about high school. Yes our should have been And that's not to discourage anybody from finishing school but for me. I just like I had gotten a publishing deal. Things are starting to happen in Nashville and I needed to move to Nashville. And we were kind of waiting for that like when. I say we need my parents. It was a big change was big move especially being only child like that changes everything and so. I kind of waited until we had something on the table right some kind of job. Opportunity essentially is what acquaintance too and I was I was offered. You know kind of a monthly thing with a publishing company in that that justified unjustified may a pursuing dream to parents who were a hundred fifty percents supportive but two hundred percent cautious because this is not something they have experienced with. So you don't WanNa just Kinda just hope for the best in the fall face although I did and that was really good for me so you know I think very grateful for that but that was Oh nine. Two thousand two thousand nine. Yeah so I mean. You're walking around as a little kid with his accordion. Your parents are thrown you out on stage at you know some Cajun restaurant was it a foregone conclusion that this is what you were going to do with your life and did you ever get any push back from your parents for it. I never got any pushback always encouraged but I think the blessing was that they didn't do music so my love for it was seen by them from an external view and not from A. I've been there. It should not a comparison point of view. If anything is one summer I remember my dad can pull me aside and said you know. We don't have a whole lot of shows coming up. He said I I did that on purpose. You know you've been planned for the last ten years your life and it wasn't like I was doing two hundred days a year..

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"hunter hayes" Discussed on Pratt Cast

Pratt Cast

08:18 min | 5 months ago

"hunter hayes" Discussed on Pratt Cast

"Hays? How are you man? Good Man Complain Honestly Lot to be grateful for and just yet taken one day at a time how are you? I mean we're getting through it. It's weird because I'm a very social person. I like to go out and I like to talk and hang out with people and get drunken all that kind of stuff. I can still get drunk. Good news I still get drunk but I just I gotta do it like facetime and zoom with other people so yeah the awkward. Jim Companies quietness. Yeah I know talking over evil. It's amazing it's obviously. It's a sad situation but a lot of good is coming out of it like I've I've talked to my family more than I ever have talked to my family. And that's amazing. So could you like? There's no getting around we've got. I think we've become numb to the fact that it is a very sad situation and as a very difficult situation I think everybody's just trying to keep positive and on the upbeat and and Yeah I mean we've made the best of it. I'm kind of diving into making the album. Which honestly I kind of wanted anyway. So I'm taking advantage of the time at home working from home and And diving in like I wanted to. You know yeah. Will I want to congratulate you on your run on the Massingir? Thank you I appreciate it. I did not expect to that far so I'm very happy. That's amazing like I talk to Bret Michaels the other day and I've done like Paul Shaffer and other actual musicians who are on the show. Everyone says the same thing Matt Amazed. I went this far. But why wouldn't you think you'd go out for you? That's what you do for a living. Yeah you would think right now i. I learned a lot from say that I learned a lot from the process. I think I don't know you go through like rehearsals. And you get to the first show- day and you realize that number one you're under a mask your like your hidden entirely. So chances are chances are whatever you think you're putting into your performance may translate. It might not and I think the first thing that you really do a show when you realize that there's so much more to this than meets the eye no pun intended. Because my masks that was the first without any is on it. We talked about that for like two weeks but anyway I think you just you start to realize that there's so much more to it and that you've really got up your game Like the choreography was something I really wanted to do right. But I'm really had to do a lot of work to get to where it got and it still wasn't like you know where I wanted to be but it was. You know it was enough. I guess you know and just different things like you know being on stage and not being able to connect connect with somebody you know with your eyes right. It's like that's so weird but I will never say I got used to it. I will never believe that I got used to it in any way shape or form but I think I learned I learned a lot about the voice in how the voice can actually do the connection a when you can actually look somebody yen. It's funny I think that's the common denominator that because I I've interviewed like Victor Oladipo other people that aren't singers that were on the show and for People. Who aren't you know performers and singers? The Mask is a comfort. It's a blanket for them right like the people can't see you. So you could be anybody so your ego can be saved but for actual singers. It's really tough because you're so used to actually connecting with audience members and your band. I'm sure and it's opposite but I tell you what man the show is so and so fun to watch. Are you happy you did it? I'm so happy I did honestly I would recommend it to anybody. It's fun to make and I'm sure you've heard this. But the crew that works on the show. It's as if it's their favorite show that they work on right like my my internal team. I wasn't allowed to talk. Talk to anybody like four people. Those four people I have never felt closer to crew working on a TV show. Because you form this bond. Because they're the only people that you can form a bond with and they just have a great attitude man. They're just like it because it is supposed to be fun and I think everybody keeps that of the days when I would really get my head like I would have three different people stop by the trailer. Knock on the door. Just come in and just say fun and I always used to drive. It drove me crazy because it was like. I'm I'M A. I'm a bit of analytic when it comes to Rehearsing for a show once they once you get to the show you have no control. What happens you just like you're on your on the roller coaster ride in your scrap. Dan I really did enjoy it. I learned a lot about myself. I learned a lot about my voice. It was such a perfect timing too. Because you know I was. I was going out to la to work on the album and it was. It was a massive transitional time for me and the show kind of helped me through some of those transitions personally without it feeling like it was work. Do you have a thought of? Who's going to win? I really want turtle in. Yeah even though I was. I was sort of competing with him. I think my The I I just like I watched. How hard even though like? You don't really see anybody else's performance and you can't really hear anybody else's performance but watching it along with the rest of the world wants it airs I think he's put a lot of work into his craft. And I like I I would easily vote for three other people And I'll be honest. Some of the people that I would have voted for for for for winning already gone which is really surprising but I really think turtle should take trophy home. I I would love that. That would make me feel so happy. Everyone thinks that the kitty is my fiance. And what's that like? Glue Watch the show and the clues do add up. There's a lot of Harry Potter references and her dad is on is in the Broadway production of Harry Potter. And there's like rose references which obviously I was on the Bachelorette like there's a lot of things and I'm sitting there going. We are you kidding like D did. You go like I've done enough these interviews like no. You'll tell anybody else. Would you tell me? And everyone's like all the things that I'm like. Maybe you are like. When did you have time to do this so between January and March of this year? What's the excuse building modern but she totally could have like going to moderate and then going over to the other lot and do I have never been like. Oh Yeah your work can't trust anything at all. She is the kids before top man. I'm like what really a bit a bit messier. I think you guys should de that comes out. That is the case that the guy should definitely somebody counselor about that particular issue. I think secrets or a secret. Can Be trouble. The funny thing was obviously. I've had to keep tight lipped about it. It was easy for me because I had an excuse when I was at a later because I was writing the record and and most of the stuff we did for the show was in the morning so I was back home and working and back to normal life for the most you know before I would've naturally woken up and so no one had no one asked any questions but it was the first time that during the taping of the show. The show starts Eric so they were kind of trying to figure out how that works because obviously we were going home and watch the show and I started getting texts before before I was even on the show. I was taping it but no one I was. It was miles away being aired and I had so many friends texting me because of turtle because of their one or two references to me when they when turtle was on for the first time and that alone was really tricky like trying to navigate like I was honestly able to tell them like no. That's not me like those news. It's not me. But then once they might my episode aired. They would text back in. I just have a lot of unread text messages. I'm excited to have you on the show today. I don't know if anyone told you kind of the idea for this show if not. That's that's GonNa know everything's a surprise. I like it that way so I'm just kind of really interested in a bit obsessed with how people got to where they are like. I'm really into origin stories. I think it's really cool. Everyone knows your your story. Probably once you started getting grammy nominations and having multi platinum hits and stuff but I think a good learning tool for a lot of people out. There is how you got to that place you know there's that kind of like that old adage that to be an overnight. Success took a long long time and I assume that is like that for you. Considering that you started making like local TV appearances at the age of four which just bonkers so. I WANNA hear hunters. Hayes is origin story. Where did you come from? And how the Hell did you get here? Yeah well I was part of the young age yeah..

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"hunter hayes" Discussed on Pratt Cast

Pratt Cast

02:09 min | 5 months ago

"hunter hayes" Discussed on Pratt Cast

"Come out with chip excited about the episode man. I don't WanNa do a check in. How's everyone doing has everyone? Has everyone living how you feel. And I know we're we're living in times right now but You know I guess. Just try to put put on a happy face. Is that a possibility. I don't know look for the good. I guess unlike every Douche bag instagram post. That's like shoot for this. Shoot for the moon if miss your land amongst the stars. I don't WanNa be that guy but seriously any everyone's going through it feel too man good days and bad days but today's a good day and I tell you why because I'm going to have a very talented person on the wells. Cast multi platinum selling recording artist. Songwriter multi instrumentalist proficient at more than thirty instruments. And even know there were instruments. I just thought there were like seven but okay also achieve nearly two billion on demand career streams that seems like a lot. I'm no mathematician but I think I think billions a lot. I don't WanNa six gold and platinum certified singles including a massive five times multi-platinum crossover hit song called wanted with astounding fifty plus award nominations and wins including grammy nominations. Those are the good ones from what I understand about the music industry. You want Grammy's other than that. He was also on a little show called the mass singer and he has been unmasked and he's an astronaut. And no it's not Elon. Musk and his brand new baby boy whose name is. I can't even pronounce it it. It doesn't make sense. You thought. That Gwyneth paltrow's kid named apple was weird though. No no that's normal. That's a normal name. That's like frank now in comparison the lung musket. Anyway I digress coming up on the wells. Walls cast while he lives in Nashville. So we have that time. He's a good friend of mine and I think you really going to enjoy his origin story. In just a couple of moments are going to have the man the myth the legend Hunter Hayes Figaro.

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"hunter hayes" Discussed on Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

02:25 min | 5 months ago

"hunter hayes" Discussed on Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

"hunter hayes" Discussed on Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

11:30 min | 5 months ago

"hunter hayes" Discussed on Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

"That's a good one it is. It is teacher appreciation week. How about a teacher? That was a profound influence on you and you will not be where you are if not for them. So I you I have to that. I'd like to give a shout out to one of them Mr Martinez they you were always seeing something in me and just treating me as though I was normal even though is never normal and then shutouts misrepresent who really tested me. Like did not like he made me realize. I can do anything that I put my mind to. He did not Mike. Let me sweet talk him. He was very by the book I had to do. Everything like like how I'm supposed to. But he made me realize I can accomplish anything but my shot to him and shot up to Mr Martinez minus out to Miss Stacy wrath band. Who's my English teacher in Ninth Grade? And she was just the best ever. I loved like I feel like he challenged me. She challenged me in like academics. Also just like and also shot up to my mom because she was my p. e. teacher and watching her deal with frigging high schoolers. Who are rude and disrespectful? Valid respect for all teachers and I just really thankful especially right now. I think everyone is super thankful for their teachers So shout out to the teachers. Y'All are heroes? Heroes Excellent. This question comes up. A lot of Tanya does red stars initials match with that Psychic told you once upon a time now not all not even close not even close and so are we drawing any conclusions from that about the liberty of psychics. Let me tell you something. When she told me I was going to be. My husband May twelve nineteen and it's not may apply nineteen but you almost may have met him in November of two thousand nineteen which is pretty good you think would you thrown at Darden aboard you come within six months after wandering the wilderness. For as long as you want. Yeah initials are okay. Yeah no not at all right fair. What has been the best and worst of corn to my best part is that. I don't feel guilt for not doing anything that I normally feel. But the worst part has been not being able to see and hang out with my friends and like travel. I just really miss it but other guest hosting it the I cannot attack is right now. Only he doesn't know what we've been through today. It's GonNa be you know. We finally got a cooking like. I feel like we finally got a link. Roland now What I just missed like doing things with my friends and like travel. It's I cannot wait trust. Who knows when that's going to be possible and China best and worst? We know your worst. I think the issues the constant technical stuff every single day. Yeah I know it sounds silly because like there is far worse going on in the world but when it's like it's all day every day there's something going on and just like it. I think I'm just also easily irritable on but I'd say the best thing that's come out of this is like I practically feel like a majority of the time living with Red Star. It's kind of like escalated our relationship. I think In a good way you know like we're really feeling what it would be like to like. Do Life together or like a weird life together but you know what I mean like. I think I've been able to see that. I don't get annoyed with him for hours on end and we go to sleep at the same time we kinda like to live our lives similarly union. We like we like to work out together. And you know we eat pretty much the same and It's been really nice just to kind of create those memories in kind of speed it up. They feel if this had happened. We would still be dating just like how we were in the beginning. You know like going to dinner here. And they're seeing him once a week and it's just like different That's a good point to teach cheer seventeen happy birthday tomorrow. What a forget that we have had also I just wanted to say thank you all for being patient and being a part of this because we knew that there was the some things here and there that we had to work out the kinks. But y'all really stuck Feed hundred people and it's almost two hours in. That is impressive. I know I don't know how we got the greatest listeners of all time but we truly. I would put y'all up against anybody so true. I literally the fact that you've I sat through that I'm just even me our just having so much it like going on here. Yeah also shoutout to Perky. She gave us the tattoos and the pens and then she was t-shirt zones or dislike rocking each other on our hands. I don't know how many at this off you better believe. I'M GONNA Make Red Star on attached to me you have to choose one. Jonas brothers or grey's anatomy now. I know that's part of the questions. She denies it. Ain't gonNA deny your question. Rejects the premise of equis. Next we're GONNA try to bring in a scrubber here. I don't know how this is gonNA work so everybody strap in got crossed. But in the meantime let me give you a couple more as other working on that. How many kids do you both want? It's so funny 'cause like I used to say for five and now I'm like maybe two. I don't necessarily want to be honest. I know this isn't always the case. I don't necessarily want three because I don't know if I want a middle child I wonder if that stigmas overblown ever netwo- that's an issue and of course you know. Tv has taught us that. But who knows that that's an actual syndrome or not I li- more for better suit. Her ready they're going to you need to kind of get on that dies. Although I do feel like one I started having kids. It'll be like quick if like depending on how many I want. I'M NOT GONNA be any time. Have you addressed this with your current relationship partners? Yes and everyone's in agreeance. Yeah I mean that. We both want children a lot before or five a lot. No I didn't know mine has changed hundred four. Then what's your answer to? I would say to probably good. People can prove to me that the stigma is it real. I'm not opposed to three Red Serono's I want kids. I don't think he knows I walked four. But he's learning a lot if he's watching he's definitely not watching. I can assure you I was like please. Don't watch a lot of the and asked about the first names of your partners. Obviously and and you know that's up to you guys. Do you think like if you were to get engaged. Would you reveal your partner at that point? I mean yeah I would hope so. It's such an exciting time to WANNA share people. I think the more Time goes by. It's going to be more comfortable but then at the same time like I get messages. That are so curious in almost like in basis of personal life. Better feel like a little. I go back and forth. Sometimes I'm like I'm comfortable like might as well just share it and then part of me is like so nice like bad. It's contained. Get you got the bachelor celebrity. Like People magazine US wake. You would be all over that and then all of a sudden it's everywhere. It's been a long time. Since my bachelor days you would make news for fellow. Tanya you might reveal yours prior to engagement ya I can't wait. I can't wait to reveal mine. I'd wait hurdles to clear before we can do that. Yeah and the thing that's interesting. What's interesting to me is to see like what why people think I'm like. Why are you hiding him? That's so mean like this. He hated them. It's actually quite the opposite And it's I think it's good for now because I think it's just like You know he's not in this world and so it's I think it's like a lot at one secure key. Here's me talking about him on the radio and like that was the weird adjustment for him to get used to. You know what I mean. So it's like one thing at a time I'm just like you know and I brought him to an event before and so just like slowly easing men but But yeah I'm really proud to be dating him and I'm real excited to not to share his name but like sure photo and his image and then speaking of showing his name. I just caught a glimpse of China's a win by. Will you take his name one day? If you were to get married to this person would you take No interesting very nicely. I might do like Tanya rat link or Ronnie Soviet each each new by the way I mean I have a terrible last name too so I'm not you know making fun I I'm living it so you put your middle name. Yeah I wanna I'm still me like WANNA be myself but I do want to acknowledge the fact that I'm going to be sharing my life with somebody and like sharing so it is important to get his name in there but I don't WanNa lose myself either yourself your rent.

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"hunter hayes" Discussed on Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

03:29 min | 5 months ago

"hunter hayes" Discussed on Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

"More love every single day. So it's all good but I think there's just a lot more to get through with him before for. I know before ninety. You know or we just going to breeze over. I felt more and more love. Or we you you know. You're you just keep saying it a little nine literally everyone in the room but him while. I've blessings here. I mean when you think about the number of people listen to this podcast and the number of people who listen to on air with Ryan seat President Kiss Them Los Angeles and syndicated around the globe. He's He may be the only one that is not her this so sad. If you stay away I feel like he knows there's guy there's no way he doesn't know but all right so I'm going to transition to the QA here. A minute a third drink without thinking all right. Fine One more rather. Would you rather answer every facetime from Tanya for life or never drink dr pepper again a hesitation on now off to answer every single one? I didn't like that question. It's your turn. The last question view is how satisfied. Are you with your partner in bed? From a scale of one to ten fifteen. Oh Wow it's really bad because not bad but like I tell you guys that I've never and this is like so weird because I'm thirty two years old. I've never dated somebody that I I am so physically attracted to and like sexually drawn to at the same time. I'm like so a in love with the person that he is. And like the like thoughtfulness am either just really. I've had it all like together in one. And it's like truly unlike anything else it's weird that's hired seventies president as I'm concerned yeah seventies because there's just a lot of there's a lot more steps sure please anybody if you have questions for Tanya or for Becca put them in the chat right now. We're GONNA look you before we wrap up tonight. We have operator standing by to transcribe your questions. Tanya Beca you may finish your drinks. In the meantime post does queuing questions and we'll read them off and gets more personal insight for we wrap up our Cinco de scrubbers the first annual Cinco discovers event. You're on the live. Cya.

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"hunter hayes" Discussed on Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

10:33 min | 5 months ago

"hunter hayes" Discussed on Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

"And then I had a number but it wasn't in a weird way like I asked her for her number early. Oh just want to keep in touch with you all smart. That's a smart man right there. Good move I'm GonNa try that. You're not using a new boyfriend good way. That's a great story because I feel like a lot of times like the makeup artists are hairstyle is kind of in different. They're like this is my job. I'm just here to work and you know I'm not here to like have any relationship. Pass this so. She must make up artists especially female makeup artists. They get a lot of guys sitting in their chair hitting on him and doing that whole thing. So it's like I have to. I can't do that at the sale. I have to differentiate myself so that she's not like Oh here come some other actor thinking he can come in here and hit on me. I love that so much because I think like obviously beckon are two girls so we don't know how like what goes on males brain but I always I always find it so sweet when like men talk like meeting their wives and just like how like you know they like they approached them or like they like knew immediately that they were like different or unique actually so cool and so sweet. It was like you know I'm Canadian. Italian she's American but there was all these really cool cross things that we had in common that I connected to right away The biggest thing was just music thing music that we fell in love just like our our passionate for music and our knowledge of music Shot up to ninety Zombie and You know and Mike we connected over that because I think kind of music someone listens to says a lot about them to me personally for sure. Yeah I think that matters you like. That's something that really matters in your life. It is really nice to share that with the person you're with because music is a very it really can affect you and I feel like if you're with if that's if you're passionate about that and then someone doesn't like your taste in music it's GonNa link. Oh Yeah I'm listening to Canada. Don't know about someone that's like a off for me. Oh really that's so interesting Like imagine like your favorite bands right like you love them like the mazing or band artists. And then you need someone and you play the song and you're like Oh isn't it so good and they're like who's that you'd be like how do you not know dispersive rally. That would be rough for me. I get it yes wait. What else big happened. You'll just adopted a three legged dog. Which is did the cutest Aber? Is it a boy or girl? Is a boy jess. How old is he? He's about two and a half. Have you ever had. I've never had my dog. She's very small but she has a her leg literally. She doesn't even walk on it so she's basically a three legged dog because her knees bad in the back but I just love I always see like the videos of people rescuing these dogs up you know. Most people wouldn't consider rescuing just because they have something different about them so I love that all three. It's been great. He's got so much energy he's a great dog walks amazingly just really good. He's been through a lot. You can tell got some anxiety and some separation issues breath. We're working through it and he's going to be just fine. This is a great time to work. Thorough definitely thanking my regular. Grey's anatomy schedule Teaching dog had overcome sort of anxiety and problems. And I I wouldn't have really had the time I would've had a really lend on my wife so it's nice that we both now have the time to kind of bond with this dog and build trust with him those lobby kind of like obviously everything that's going on in the world is is horrible. You the news and it's bad news but I think there's something about the simplicity of this time and the things that were you know leaning into and finding and being great before that's actually quite peaceful and beautiful in a weird way think Ed's given everyone time to reflect speed of life has dramatically slowed down. Yeah so when you're moving slower you can take in more information. Yeah and we're actually. We're donating a portion of the proceeds to from this to our guests charities that they have picked so we wanted to ask you specifically you wanted to donate to and why you pick a charity. Definitely yeah Today's actually giving Tuesday apart from secret so a lot of not for profits. Are you know rallying together to ask their communities to donate and to help out and I donated eight thousand dollars today to my friends place. It was all money that raised through this APP called. Cameo people purchase shoutouts So I was able to give that to them Today which is great and my fastbraces. It's a drop in Resource Center for homeless. You Angels. I've been connected with them for about five years and they're just an amazing organization and they need a lot of help right now because as you can imagine a place that lets you know homeless people in every day this whole pandemic has compromised the amount of that to keep themselves safe as well so There really a need right now so if anybody has a little bit to give my friends played would really appreciate it. We'll be donating a portion of our get sales to my friends place on behalf. So yeah yeah seriously. Thank you so much for taking the time we really really appreciate it and just know that our oh our door is always open for you. We could do this properly all over we love to. You've been so great like honestly like Becca is not even exaggerating. When we tell you that we sing your praises from that one time meeting you because you just could tell that you just have a good heart your genuine you. You love your fans of your show. We are true fans. You're so sweet to us so as the best the greatest privileges from the five years. I've been on. This show is getting to meet people like you guys honestly because you guys keep this whole show going the care cerny right so yeah. Thank you guys for being over you guys before you go. We just want spit ball some like fast ones that you just like you can just like. Don't even think about it. I'm just like first person that comes to mind okay. House do s best friend onset defined you Clayton sister cutting out hulas person onset O Ellen. Wait okay. Who's wait interrupt serious? I my daughter's bedroom. Oh you gotta go okay. We'll do this again in thank you so much. I'm so thrilled for your story. Line is like incredible to see more. And you're awesome. Thank you guys. 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"hunter hayes" Discussed on Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

08:04 min | 5 months ago

"hunter hayes" Discussed on Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

"What's? Yeah. And we had read a couple of them, so we kind of knew a little bit of what was going on. We had actually shot the next one. But it hadn't gone through post and we met have been missing maybe a shot or two so. Go to air. But I assume that yes, we'll we'll. We'll pick up where we left off. You got to keep that going. I can't imagine what the other episodes would have been because the the finale that we saw was so exceptional I can't even imagine what was to come like seriously. I think we got lucky that that episode was building to a really big climax. In the season any way that it served as a great finale, because it had so many kind of results of story lines that were going on. Yeah, it Richards being one of the biggest totally. Yeah, it was interesting because the the teddy storyline was so big, and that was like the perfect finale, but I was in that position like. Your character wanting to see I wanted to see what happened with the girl that was being trafficked. I wanted to see if like you and Meredith. They're like still going to make things work. And we didn't get that, so it's like it's kind of a classic grace finale in the sense that. Clinton? Sure. Hanging for sure for sure. Well, we can get back and shoot another amazing season for you guys. Have you. Have they told you anything I guess? Nobody really knows quite yet until tomorrow, right, Thursday would not. We would normally be resuming shooting Sort of mid to, late July So, I think we still have plenty of time. For you know the world to kind of calm down and I learn how to shoot safely in the world, because we all kinds of protocols that we're going to have to take I'm sure crews are going to have to be smaller and I. Don't know what it's going to look like, but yes can take some time to figure out reproductions all over the world. Yeah. I'm just you know I know there's a lot of bigger things going on, but I really need some grey's anatomy with new episodes. Luckily all the other seasons on Netflix. Trust me we watch them every night. Lying I'm not lying, not why I have a new boyfriend and it's not. It's not new boyfriend. He's just my boyfriend, but. He's never watched a single episode of Grey's Anatomy, and so I wanNA start with him from season one episode one and watch all the way through so that when the next season starts, he can watch with me. Great it could be like if you WANNA. Marry me. You have to finish every. And like I like your heads that were on the same page. I wanted to a lot of our listeners are asking about how you met your wife and I know you'll just celebrated your one year. I know that because of the prep sheet, not because I'm a psycho. But. there. We love like a love story, so did y'all did John Know each other before you started dating? What's the story? my wife's and makeup, artists and hairstylists. So we kind of met in the industry was doing a cover shoot for a magazine. And she was the artist that day. That was doing makeup hair. That's serendipitous. been magic ever since never looked back. Did you make the first move or you like or was she just? Poorly Why? Why poorly you're married out one. I did one slick thing. Think. So. There was about ten people in the crew of this photo shoot. And at the end of the day I didn't want single her out. Ask for her number. So what I did. was like Oh my God you guys. Have Been, amazing today. What an amazing group of people I would love to see you again sometime. So why don't you all what your numbers in my phone? And got everybody's number. And then I was just like. Delete delete delete delete delete, delete delete there. That's the one I want. And, And then I had a number, but it wasn't in a weird way like I asked her for her number. Early Oh just want to keep in touch with you all. SMART, that's a smart man right there. Good move! I'M GONNA. Try that You're not using a new boyfriend good. Way! That's a great story because I feel like a lot of times. Like the makeup artists are hairstyle is kind of in different. They're like this is my job I'm just here to like work, and you know I'm not here to like have any relationship. Pass this, so she must. Make up artists especially female makeup artists. They get a lot of guys sitting in their chair hitting on him. And Doing that whole thing, so it's like I have to. I can't do that at the sale and have to differentiate myself. So that she's not like Oh here. Come some other actor thinking he can. Come in here and hit on me. I love that so much because I think like obviously beckon are. Two girls, so we don't know how like goes on males brain, but I always. I always find it so sweet when like men talk about like meeting their wives and just like how like you know they like? They approached them or like they like knew immediately that they were like different or unique, actually so cool and so sweet. It was like you know I'm Canadian Italian. She's American, but there was all these really cool cross. Things that we had in common. That, I connected to right away the biggest thing was just music thing music that we. Fell in love, just like our our passionate for music, and our knowledge of music. shot up to ninety Zombie. And You know and Mike, we connected over that. Because I think kind of music someone listens to says a lot. About them to me personally for sure yeah I think that matters. t like that's something that really matters in your life it is. Really Nice to share that with the person you're with because music is a very. It really can affect. You and I feel like if you're with if that's if you're passionate about that, and then someone doesn't like your taste in music. It's GonNa Link Oh. Yeah, I'm listening to. Canada don't know about someone. That's like A. For me, Oh really. That's so interesting. like imagine like your favorite bands. Right like you love them like the amazing or band artists. And then you need someone. And you play the song and you're like Oh. Isn't it so good and they're like who's that? You'd be like. How do you not know dispersive? Rally, that would be rough for me I. Get it. Yes. Wait what else big happened? You'll just adopted. A three legged dog, which is did the cutest ever. Is it a boy or girl? Is A boy, Jess. How old is he? He's about two and a half..

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"hunter hayes" Discussed on Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

03:22 min | 5 months ago

"hunter hayes" Discussed on Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

"Who you know who rely on the chance to put on a show for twenty thousand people to you know and they've been doing this for years. They've been dedicating their entire lives to putting on shows and their. Their entire craft is wrapped up in the so We're also asking people to support musicares as well and Yeah, that's that's the start of it, you know. Yeah, that's amazing. We were really excited to talk about the charity aspect of having part of the. Proceeds go to your charity that you chose so. It's really cool to hear about what it is and what it's for, so people know what they are putting money towards. Short interrupt. You can hear me, but I'm going to go here. You I can hear you. Got Another guest ready to go that we can bring into the party. Laughable how do we do that? We'll do that and we can let hunter get on with his life. He's been remarkably patient. I'd be like I'm barely got to hang out I on, so sorry hunter W so much and I have to say though that all the comments on the right. We're just saying hey. Hunter I'm single so low scrub sisters that would would like to partake in some dating a few if there might be hope for me yet, we. Just. Be Hope for me yet. So much for being so patient. Free you're. Having me I really appreciate it. But. We can't wait to have you on and I can't wait to come to one of your shows when everything is back up and running because. Each coach before new are. Fantastic. You're amazing, thank you. Appreciate.

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"hunter hayes" Discussed on Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

02:41 min | 5 months ago

"hunter hayes" Discussed on Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

"Is Chai's Doggone oh alright. I'm frozen my chats gone. I don't see hunter as so. I'm just going to sit here and enjoy life. No I don't I see something you imagine if this was happening on a stage now shoutout to Kylie. Because she's keeping like what's happening like what can you see him? Can you see us what's happening? Especially says she sees him and she sees us but we can't see him and he can see us odd. Oh play hang out again. Yeah Yeah for. Hey are you gonna eat none of those crackers? I will happily bring those back to you. Know my Gosh I can hear me leave it. So maybe I maybe we could take a pull on the side with everybody. That's watching if I should give red star. The cargo not white. Oh if you owe given card it's already written. It's literally written seal an upstairs. Why what's the downfalls? You giving it to him There's no downfall. I just feel like maybe a body. Maybe sometimes I say I like him too much. You know what I mean so much to. He made a corsage free for problems really. Oh my gosh I forgot to talk about paying so Kia earphones. Really got to me. Can you hear me so I see nobody at besides Becca and I'm not sure if anybody else can hear us? I I literally frozen so nothing's happening for me except I can hear you. Which is now that means. Something is working. I'm just going to refresh my screen. Here we go.

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"hunter hayes" Discussed on Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

04:10 min | 5 months ago

"hunter hayes" Discussed on Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

"hunter hayes" Discussed on Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

02:28 min | 5 months ago

"hunter hayes" Discussed on Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

"All over the whole complex, it's actually causing it and you guys know we've had on the show. She's one of my neighbors and I noticed that she does not have the same banister as that I do so I'm Mike. Is just like? My pleasure to have these apartments. I figure like what's happening here. It feels like it was like a scroll joke and they're like. Let's see. How they react to this. In the household feature. It's really just it's just. It's just a party over here. You know the Ratajczak. It's clean so like when you cleaner you like. Oh, yeah, go in there I'm like leading the balls all. Dust, the low bannister up and down every crevice. You've! Carbon tweeted, my mom was listening to the live scrubbing in pod with me and so confused and concerned with my choice and entertainment, because, of Tanya Reid talking about her uti in in public. event. It's worse now after that comment bannister. I'm so sorry. I'm sorry that it happened and like it just it just it is what it is, it's it's been a day. Yeah I. Mean when Tonya sent me when we were like during the rehearsal and she was trying to get in. She was like I'm crying. I thought she was just being dramatic. I'm crying because like we've all been there when we're frustrated. She logs in and all like cheers and we're all like. Because I feel bad. I like make you guys wait. You were there for like fifteen minutes waiting for me to get into the thing, and it's just like what are we going to do? We're we gotta go. We're all. On house arrest I know. It was just I just feel bad. You know like it's just saying yeah. Real quickly. Asking what eastern he's trying again here. Ryan. Is doing is doing something in the eastern to be there with him so as soon as he's, he's going to race over so hopefully it will get here soon, but that's what's going on and I believe our guest is ready. I I. Yeah so we're going to let a video intro play, and then we will bring him..

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"hunter hayes" Discussed on On with Mario Interviews

On with Mario Interviews

08:21 min | 5 months ago

"hunter hayes" Discussed on On with Mario Interviews

"With Mario Lopez Memorial Lopez. Let's get to the hotline joining me on. The phone is the astronaut from the mass singer. Hunter Hey how are you man? I'm you I'm well buddy. Thanks have you been holding up during this whole quarantine taking one day. The current man. That's all that's all we can do. We're you know counting counting the counter. Blessings and praying everybody and Just kind of here's the time to work on work on the new record there you go be be productive with that time But talk a little mass singer. What was the significance of the astronaut? Costumed it did. You have a role in choosing that I. I was lucky I got to. I got to choose between and how always talk about flying. I look wanting I'm not a pilot yet but I WANNA be And always talk about how music gives me the feeling of flying You know it's it's a sense of weightlessness in it and it can transport you places right and so between that and My last album was about was kind of talking about the same thing. It's called wild blue and it's about freedom it's about moving on and shedding weight and feeling weightless and then part two of that album which were working on now is all about the unknown the adventure of it all and and I feel like astronaut perfectly It just perfectly sums up both of those concepts and and made me feel like It it helped me explain myself to the world. I guess is the best way to. It's a lot of thought going into that costume. Good for you significant on your choices were pretty pop. Heavy right one direction in Sangla Sharon is that. Is that what you listen to? On the regular. Yeah well I think I wanted I wanted to see More of what? I what I love you know I I I. I'm a study of all kinds of music. I love you know a lot of different things and I really wanted my song choices. The reflects at for the world to know kind of what what inspires me and what moves me and the kind of stuff that I try to to to infuse into my music and and all the things that that Yet that move me I wanted to. I wanted to sort of tap into those things and and and tell my musical story. The A lot of my influences everything from St wondered to You know to to add cheer into you know to wonder action and all kind of all over the place. There you go. Yeah keep it Diverse and you showed some pretty decent dance moves to. You'RE GONNA be bringing those two your live shows I try. I don't know how I I I'm pretty I don't know it's GonNa take a lot of right. That was one thing that I really wanted to. That's one area that really wanted to grow in on this show. I specifically asked for a lot of choreography because it felt like. It's something that you know. I like moving on stage. But I've never been trained. Never had choreography lessons or anything like that and and this was very quick but nonetheless I felt like this was a good way to kind of at least be comfortable in my own skin. Dancing on stage a little bit and and getting into it and I think it worked. We'll see we'll see if it translates you know we'll see now five singers left. Who if you were betting man would you say is take turtle I'm a? I'm his biggest fan. Even though we were we were put against each other and a lot of competitions. I think I think that's what kind of allowed me to really really Get to know. Just yeah the level of talent there. I mean there's just so much and I'm I'm rooting for him. And who do you think the turtle is if you had to guess? Oh I don't know I have no idea I do I think I do. I'm GONNA pretend that I don't know you're that sure of your answer being correct that you don't even to get it out loud. Yeah I know it sounds super because you don't know right you still don't even though you once you're off the show. It's not like you're able to find out who everyone else is. Correct man it it the the show top secret when I tell you know. I know because we've interviewed a lot of the so then. That's why I want to know if you're if you want you to say your answer so that way it turns out your true later on. We could say we'll hundred called it it at mood the mood. I'm GONNA stay put. I'm GonNa stay right where I am now. 'cause you're not even allowed to guests during interviews his out of thing. How not necessarily that as much as just I because of the structure the show like we. We actually don't get to see a lot of other performances Or hear a lot of the other performers we actually I mean the first time I see my performances is by the wind. Everybody else sees it so kind of like being A kind of like guessing along with everybody else I love. I love getting to experience it from you. Know from the Audience Perspective Fair Enough Fair enough. You've got this new album in the works. Red Sky talked to me about that. Yeah I mean started were while blue left off and Part one was was about moving on and removing filters and and I wrote about a lot of things I've written about. I started exploring a lot of sounds that I hadn't really allowed myself to explore for a long time and it was so freeing and so moving personally to to make record and it was one of those records I started out Honestly a bit frustrated and what I did was I said. I'M GONNA make a record as if no one's watching as a business doesn't doesn't know what I'm doing. I'm literally just kind of disappear and make a record and And while blue happened you know one song of the time when we put out the first song year God it was the one on. I didn't think anybody would let me put out and it was it to this day. It's been the most successful and I think it taught me a very valuable lesson And that is. The removal of cultures is a good thing when it comes to you know art music and expression so I I've taken that further. Essentially you know if wild blue kind of dreaming about moving on and dreaming about leaving some things behind red skies when you sort of get in the car and and start driving you know there's so much attitude and there's so much Just Free Spirit on this album that I couldn't have craft that I couldn't have just come up with. I had to kind of live it and and just captured the best. I could you know and I know you've done some stay at home performances during this time. I got imagine it's pretty intimate and you're able to connect with fans virtually and it's Kinda Fun Right. I I I think this is a time for is if there's a silver lining in all of this craziness I think As somebody who loves to make music and create music. I'm I'm inspired by people right now and a lot of people doing really cool things and I think the level of authenticity now has has risen to a point where there's a new bar which makes me really happy It because I think I think in order to fall in love with someone's music I think you have to understand them and I think because of the sort of intimacy of you know living room concerts and things like that. I told we're getting I think that's the new. That's kind of the new standard. Know if you want to you know submit your your music for the world to hear I think now there's a chance for them to get to know you as well as they can get to know the music and I think it's beautiful and I think you know we have an opportunity now as well to look at what else. What other ways can we create a musical experience? You know we we. It's until it's safe for fans to concerts and gathering large groups you know. I think there's so many different ways to to make experiences to give people a place to unite and but safely had a distance and and And do different things and give give people different sort of online versions of concerts and and I think it's just a whole. I think there's a lot of untapped potential in in that world and I think we're all kind of finding our own ways doing it. Yeah and you you can find out. Who's a real singer or not because they can't use you know all the bells and whistles and hide behind the engineers in studio so that's kind of cool you your personal exactly exactly. Well congrats on everything man. The Massingir tonight on Fox hundred. Thank you so much calling in with Mario Lopez..

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"hunter hayes" Discussed on On with Mario Interviews

On with Mario Interviews

05:10 min | 5 months ago

"hunter hayes" Discussed on On with Mario Interviews

"With Mario Lopez. Lopez. Let's get to the hotline joining me on the phone. Is the astronaut from the mass singer Hunter Hey? How are you man I'm? You I'm well buddy, thanks. Have you been holding up during this whole quarantine? Taking one day the current man that's all that's all we can do where you know counting counting the counter, blessings and praying everybody and. just kind of. Here's the time to work on work on the new record there you go, be be productive with that time Let's talk a little mass singer. What was the significance of the astronaut costumed it? Did you have a role in choosing that? I I was lucky I got to I got to choose between and. How talk about flying. I looked wanting I'm. Not a pilot yet, but I wanna be and always talk about how music gives me the feeling of flying You know it's it's a sense of weightlessness in it, and it can transport you places right, and so between that and My last album was about was kind of talking about the same thing. It's called wild blue and it's about. Freedom it's about moving on and shedding weight and feeling weightless, and then part two of that album, which were working on now is all about the unknown in the adventure of it all and and I feel like. Astronaut perfectly it just perfectly sums up both of those concepts, and and made me feel like It helped me. Explain myself to the World I. Guess is the best way to. A lot of thought going into that costume. Good for you. Significant on your choices were pretty pop heavy right one direction in Sangla Sharon is that? Is that what you listen to on the regular? Yeah, well I think wanted. To Tennessee More of what I what I love you know I I I'm a study of all kinds of music I love. You know a lot of. Things and I really wanted my song choices. The reflects at for the world to know kind of. What what inspires me and what moves me and the kind of stuff that I try to to to infuse into my music, and and all the things that that yet that move me I wanted to. I wanted to sort of tap into those things and and. And Tell my musical story. The A lot of my influences everything from St wonder to.

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How Hurdl Pixl LED Wearables Are Lighting Up The Wrists of Concertgoers

The Tech Blog Writer Podcast - Inspired Tech Startup Stories

11:59 min | 2 years ago

How Hurdl Pixl LED Wearables Are Lighting Up The Wrists of Concertgoers

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