Country star Hunter Hayes — the Doogie Howser look-alike who has crossed over to pop success with “Wanted” —

will perform March 19 at the Fine Line Music Cafe in Minneapolis. The concert will be streamed live online at www.facebook/tripsandpicks.

To win tickets to attend the intimate gig, “like” the aforementioned Facebook page of the Road Trips and Guitar Picks promotion of Country Financial insurance.

Hayes, 21, who was nominated for three Grammys including best new artist, hit No. 1 on the country charts with "Wanted" and earned the Country Music Association Award for new artist of the year in November.

The singer-guitarist, still riding high with the single "Somebody's Heartbreak," is the opening act for Carrie Underwood's Blown Away Tour.

Hayes is doing similar small, live-streamed shows in March in Atlanta and Chicago, as well.

Associated Press photo/Invision/ Cheryl Gerber

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