Watch Hunter Hayes Sing New “Yesterday’s Song” at Nashville Benefit for Louisiana Flood Victims

Watch Hunter Hayes Sing New “Yesterday’s Song” at Nashville Benefit for Louisiana Flood Victims

Louisiana native Hunter Hayes and some of his singer/songwriter friends performed an impromptu concert at Nashville’s Basement East last night (Sept. 13) to benefit Louisiana flood victims.

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The night’s performers gather onstage.

Over the course of the four-hour showcase, Hunter was joined onstage by CJ Solar, Jacob Davis, Courtney Cole, Benjy Davis, David Borne, Brent Anderson, Ross Ellis, Rick Huckaby and Lainey Wilson.

In addition to playing a number of tunes from his catalogue, including Billboard No. 1 hits “Somebody’s Heartbreak” and “Wanted,” Hunter treated fans to a new ditty, “Yesterday’s Song,” which he released last week via SoundCloud.

All proceeds from the show benefited the LA Flood Relief Fund—and you can still donate online at braf.org.

Check out the video of Hunter performing his new tune, “Yesterday’s Song.”

Photos and video by Bailey Dombroski

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