Hunter Hayes to Perform ‘Storm Warning’ on ‘Good Morning America’
Hunter Hayes will use an off-day on the 2012 Rascal Flatts Thaw Out Tour to appear on 'Good Morning America' this month. The 'Storm Warning' singer will perform his hit on morning television for the first time on Jan 24. This follows successful 2011 visits with David Letterman and Jimmy Fallon.
The Breaux Bridge, La. native is getting to know the Big Apple quite well. In fact, he'll even be taking over a local radio station the day after this 'GMA' appearance before performing at the Highline Ballroom on Jan. 25. This all falls into his master plan for the next five years, which he described as one filled with "crazy, stupid, big goals."
"I really wanna headline arenas," Hayes recently told Taste of Country. "I wanna have such a big crew that we’ve got to have 20 or 30 buses on the road because that’s how big the show we’re putting on is. I wanna get to that point where we’re doing a show [with] 8,000 people in an arena because that’s how many people in that city sort of attached themselves to a song that I wrote."
"These are big dreams, but that’s where I’ve always wanted to be in my life and I feel like at this point, we’re in a tour bus, I’ve got a band, we’re in a different city every day," he continued. "Right now I’m living a dream, but I definitely got some big goals and big plans in my just dreaming about it."
For now ,Hayes will have to be content opening for Rascal Flatts. The Thaw Out Tour begins on Jan. 12 in Charleston, W.V. and wraps up on Feb. 23.