The Liquid Neon Tour will be on hiatus until Chris Young gets his voice back. The singer has been put on vocal rest, forcing him to reschedule upcoming shows in Huntsville, Ala., Savannah, Ga. and Chattanooga, Tenn.
Friday night's Taste of Country Showdown promised to be a battle of country music titans, but one didn't show up. Chris Young fans dominated supporters of the Band Perry, meaning his new single 'I Can Take It From There' is just one win away from retirement and enshrinement into the Showdown Hall of Fame.
Chris Young benefitted from a late push of votes on Taste of Country Nights radio last night. The singer's new single 'I Can Take It From There' topped 'Don't Rush,' the new Kelly Clarkson single which she performed with Vince Gill at the 2012 CMA Awards. That makes two wins in a row for Young's new love song.
Chris Young built an early lead and never looked back yesterday in the Showdown, both online and on Taste of Country Nights radio. The country crooner's new song 'I Can Take It From There' is as smooth as any he's released in recent years, and fans couldn't help but come back for seconds from the deep-voiced 27-year-old.
Chris Young's 'I Can Take It From There' lyrics fit the singer's sound and style to a tee. That's exactly what songwriter Ben Hayslip was hoping for when he began to outline the song, which he finished with Young and Rhett Akins.
Now that Jerrod Niemann is done tearing through the competition, two new challengers will square off in this Election Day version of the Showdown. Niemann's 'Only God Could Love You More' was voted the winner for five straight days and nights on Taste of Country Nights radio. That means the single gets retired to the Showdown Hall of Fame.
The surprise Showdown song of the year has to be 'Love You for a Long Time' by Nashville newcomers High Valley. The brother trio hopes to make it five wins in a row today and tonight on Taste of Country Nights radio. That would mean the peppy love song gets retired to the Showdown Hall of Fame.
Chris Young fans are in for quite the treat this year when the singer hits the road for his forthcoming Liquid Neon Tour. The headlining trek is set to kick off in November, and to make the first night extra special, Young has decided to have the opening performance be at Nashville's historic Ryman Auditorium on Nov. 15.
Not even a hectic touring schedule could keep Chris Young away from spending an afternoon with his fans during the 2012 CMA Music Festival. The singer held his annual fan club gathering at the Ernest Tubb Record Shop’s Texas Troubadour Theatre on Thursday (June 7).
Miranda Lambert and Chris Young sat down at the table with the ladies of CBS’ ‘The Talk’ on Thursday morning, and Lambert decided to offer up a little nugget of trivia about the 26-year-old country crooner joining her on the show. “I have a secret that I know,” she began, pausing. “About him — but you’re not going to expect what I’m about to say.”
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