Hunter Hayes makes the crowd feel Wanted

The cold and rain didn’t stop the crowd from jumping along with country artist Hunter Hayes while he performed at the Ralph E. Davis Pioneer Stadium. The concert started at 7 p.m. on Sunday with opening act Carly Pearce. She sported a white University of Wisconsin-Platteville sweatshirt as she sang original songs as well as covers of popular country and pop songs. Hayes took the stage at 8 p.m. Hayes chatted with the Exponent in an April 28 phone interview. Hayes, 24, grew up in a small ... Read more »

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*In the article "Art department says goodbye to seniors" published on April 21, 2016, Rebecca Ingalls was quoted as saying "Object Sematic: Scissors" by Anna Jenson was one of her favorite pieces. "Object Sematic: Scissors" was a piece by Katelyn Kieler not Anna Jenson.
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