DescriptionSix time Grammy award-winning trio Lady Antebellum returns to the Bay Area to showcase their latest hits. Since their debut in 2007, the band's succession of hit singles and high-profile tours has left audiences everywhere wanting more.
He's not even old enough to drink yet, but Hunter Hayes has been in show business for over 15 years. How is that possible? Well, at age four the Louisana-born singer-songwriter was performing on Rosie O'Donnell's show, Nickelodeon and other TV gigs. At 13, he was on the short-lived America's Most Talented Kid, which was one of those shows it seems downright unhealthy to let your child perform on. 'Cause, you know, he might turn out to be a Nashville star with a single in the country Top 20. For multi-instrumentalist Hayes (who started on accordian at age 2), that was "Storm Warning," off his self-titled major label debut from last year—which is actually his fourth album, having released his first, like any good fourth grader, when he was nine. - Steve Palopoli sanjose.com