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Sam Hunt Bio

Most people consider themselves lucky if they have one great talent. Country artist Sam Hunt has two: he nearly became an NFL star instead of a musician. Fans of his distinctive brand of country pop are glad that Hunt chose the second path. After leaving his football career behind, Sam Hunt rapidly rose to fame as one of country music’s most exciting new voices. Today, Sam Hunt tickets are sold for country concerts instead of football games, and that’s a trade that music lovers agree is more than fair.



Sam Hunt’s journey to country music stardom is one of the industry’s most unique stories. From a young age, Hunt showed a talent for both football and music. His eventual rise to stardom came thanks to his talent, his commitment, and a little bit of luck.

Hunt was born on December 8, 1984. He was a country boy from the start: he was the oldest of three children born to middle class parents in Cedartown, Georgia. From an early age, Hunt’s talents were obvious. In addition to being a strong singer, he was also an excellent football player – and it was that latter talent that dominated Hunt’s early life. Hunt played for Cedartown High School, where he drew the attention of college scouts.

After high school, Hunt headed to Middle Tennessee State University, where he played quarterback. After two years there, he transferred to the University of Alabama at Birmingham, where he finished out his college career. Injuries plagued Hunt’s college career, but Hunt didn’t let his time off the field go to waste. He began teaching himself to play acoustic guitar. Hunt’s self-led guitar lessons only made sense, considering his vocal talent, but the humble Hunt never saw it that way: he thought of himself as merely a football player, not a multi-talented athlete and singer. To see Hunt, you were supposed to have to buy football tickets – not Sam Hunt tickets.

Hunt’s big break in football came a few years before his big break in music. After graduating from UAB, he got a called from the NFL’s Kansas City Chiefs. The Chiefs invited Hunt to training camp. He spent two months in that training camp in 2008, trying to impress the Chiefs’ coaches in the same way he’d impressed fans and scouts in high school and college. But it was not to be: Hunt went home without an NFL contract.

But by then, Hunt had already started to think about using his other set of talents. With the NFL out of the picture, he was free to focus entirely on what had become his true dream: making it in music. Hunt surprised his family and friends by going all-in on his dreams, moving to Nashville with almost nothing to call his own.

Hunt’s first breaks in music came as a songwriter, not as a singer. He co-wrote “Come Over,” a song that Kenny Chesney turned into a hit in 2012, and he also penned “Cop Car” for Keith Urban.

Hunt’s songwriting career was drawing some attention to his talents, but he still wanted to be the man at the microphone, not the man in the CD liner notes. He began to record his own tracks, hoping to get noticed by promoting himself online. Hunt released the single “Raised on It” in 2013. One month later, he released a 12-track mixtape called Between the Pines. He put his work on his website and waited for fans to take notice.

He didn’t have to wait long. By early 2014, Hunt had inked his first recording contract. He signed on with MCA Nashville and began working on his first major-label recordings. Rather than go right to an album, the Hunt focused on creating an EP. The EP would be a preview of his album and give his fledgling career some hype, he and his label reasoned.

Hunt’s first EP – 2014’s X2C - did a whole lot more than just build hype for an upcoming album. The little four-track record exploded onto the charts and sold 8,000 copies in its first week alone. It climbed to number five on the Country albums charts and reached number 36 on the Billboard 200 albums chart – both very impressive marks for an EP.

“Leave the Night On,” Hunt’s first single, helped further fuel his rise to stardom. The single was certified platinum and topped the country airplay charts. The single was featured on both the X2C EP and Hunt’s first album.

The huge success of Hunt’s mixtape and his first single made it clear that the market for his album was huge. Hunt and his label moved quickly to released his first full-length studio effort.

That album, Montevallo, was released in October of 2014. Thanks to the rabid demand inspired by Hunt’s EP and single, his debut record was an immediate smash hit. Montevallo topped the country albums chart and reached number three on the Billboard 200 albums chart – a remarkable sign of Hunt’s crossover potential. Montevallo went double-platinum in the United States and went gold in Canada. It also earned Hunt his first Grammy nomination.

Just one album into his career, Hunt was already a star. Fans snapped up copies of the new album and lined up for Sam Hunt tickets. But Hunt didn’t lose touch with his roots. Instead, he made a point of re-releasing his original 2013 mixtape, Between the Pines, as a thank-you to his fans. Between the Pines: Acoustic Mixtape was given an official release in October of 2015, on the one-year anniversary of Montevallo’s release.

Sam Hunt’s career as a musician is only beginning, but already his music is drawing him fans from all over the United States and beyond. Hunt’s particular brand of country music incorporates pop sensibilities while also showing the influence of R&B and other genres. It’s an approach that has made Hunt a superstar in a relatively short period of time. With his whole career ahead of him, Sam Hunt is already one of country music’s most important young voices. Fans of his music have a lot to look forward to.

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Sam Hunt Ticket Prices

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Low: $24.00

High: $7,785.00

Cheap Sam Hunt Tickets

The events below have been the cheapest of the season. We've listed the starting (lowest) price for any ticket to the event.
$11.00 Lady Antebellum with Hunter Hayes and Sam Hunt — 05/02/2015
Gexa Energy Pavilion; Dallas, TX
$11.00 Sam Hunt — 04/09/2015
Timmons Arena; Greenville, SC
$16.00 Sam Hunt — 10/01/2015
Turner Field; Atlanta, GA
$16.00 Lady Antebellum with Hunter Hayes and Sam Hunt — 09/18/2015
First Niagara Pavilion; Burgettstown, PA
$24.00 Sam Hunt with Maddie and Tae — 07/22/2016
Cheyenne Frontier Days - Frontier Park; Cheyenne, WY
$24.00 All For The Hall: Keith Urban and Vince Gill — 04/12/2016
Bridgestone Arena; Nashville, TN
$24.00 Sam Hunt and Michael Ray — 04/04/2015
Rave/Eagles Ballroom; Milwaukee, WI
$25.00 Lady Antebellum with Hunter Hayes and Sam Hunt — 07/16/2015
Austin360 Amphitheater; Austin, TX
$26.00 WPOC Weekend In The Country - Saturday — 10/03/2015
Merriweather Post Pavilion; Columbia, MD
$29.00 Lady Antebellum with Hunter Hayes and Sam Hunt — 09/19/2015
BB&T Pavilion; Camden, NJ

Best and Most Expensive Sam Hunt Tickets

The events below have been the most expensive of the season. Their starting prices are listed to the left.
$7,785.00Sam Hunt — 03/15/2016
Melkweg; Amsterdam, US
$322.00Sam Hunt and Native Run — 01/30/2015
House of Blues Anaheim; Anaheim, CA
$258.00Sam Hunt — 02/12/2015
Paradise Rock Club; Boston, MA
$232.00Sam Hunt — 07/08/2015
Cowboys; Calgary, AB
$212.00Sam Hunt and Native Run — 01/29/2015
Troubadour; West Hollywood, CA
$188.00Sam Hunt — 12/05/2014
Buckhead Theatre; Atlanta, GA
$184.00Sam Hunt and Native Run — 03/14/2015
Joes; Chicago, IL
$175.00Sam Hunt — 03/15/2015
Joes; Chicago, IL
$163.00Sam Hunt — 10/22/2016
Mohegan Sun Arena; Uncasville, CT
$162.00Sam Hunt and Michael Ray — 03/21/2015
Ogden Theatre; Denver, CO
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