Join Chris Young for a Twitterview with me and the Country Music #CMchat Community on Monday May 11th, the same day his new single “I’m Comin’ Over” will be available! The time will be announced…might be about an hour later than usual at 7pPT/10pET because were trying to plan it so you can be chatting with Chris just before the song drops, and then we can all hang around and find out what you think about “I’m Comin’ Over.”
updated 5/11 > CHRIS YOUNG TWITTERVIEW confirmed for 7pPT/10pET <
We’ll get talk about Chris’ new album due out later this year, what he’s been up since our last Tweet meet here on #CMchat as well upcoming tour dates and a bunch of other things your just dying to know about Chris!
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MORE ABOUT CHRIS YOUNG
Singer-songwriter Chris Young got his start in country music in a way that some fans may not realize. Chris (like Miranda Lambert, Kacey Musgraves, and Whitney Duncan, to name a few) kicked off his career on the reality singing show Nashville Star. Unlike those named, however, Chris won the title, catapulting him on to the ride of his life. After his win, Chris signed with RCA Records Nashville, releasing his self-titled debut album that same year. The project garnered two singles which hit the charts as “Hot Country Songs,” “Drinkin’ Me Lonely” and “You’re Gonna Love Me”. It was Chris’s second album though that made him a household name. The Man I Want to Be was released September 1, 2009 and, with its lead single “Gettin’ You Home (The Black Dress Song)”, ladies began to swoon, men began to thank Chris, and black dresses everywhere … well … they hit the floor. “Gettin’ You Home” climbed to Number 1, thus beginning Chris’s familiarity with the top of the chart. Following this success, his followup singles from his sophomore album, “Voices” and “The Man I Want to Be,” also claimed Number 1. With an ever-growing fan base and singles that radio loved and fans loved more, it seemed like a perfect time for Chris to hit the studio and release his third album. Neon gave us two more top notch songs, “Tomorrow” and “You,” while “I Can Take It from There” respectably broke into the Top 20. Now, Chris is hard at work pushing out singles from his fourth album, A.M., and has released three Top 5 hits, “Aw Naw,” “Who I Am with You,” and current single, “Lonely Eyes.“
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