Hunter Hayes helps open a music studio for boys and girls club


Hunter Hayes is like a gift that keeps on giving. If something positive is opening in country music, odds are his name is behind it. While in Atlanta Hunter got a chance to see the new  music facility donated to the Whitehead Boys and Girls Club that is pretty hi-tech!

It was all part of a collaboration between the Notes for Notes music foundation and the Country Music Association.

And while Mr. Hayes was there he showed the kids the power of music by performing.

Now the children get to take over with the practices and performances.

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