Multi-platinum entertainer and RCA Nashville recording artist Chris Young has accumulated some serious heavy metal from the R.I.A.A. in the last month – 8 total certifications, to be exact— signifying over 7 Million consumption units across several projects.
Cracker Barrel announced today (4/21) the launch of “There’s Comfort in Giving,” a program to donate meals and pay-it-forward to healthcare professionals fighting on the frontlines of COVID-19.
Over the next few weeks, Cracker Barrel will donate 5,000 meals to healthcare workers at select hospitals in partnership with Sony Music Nashville.
Tequila Comisario® announced a partnership with Multi-Platinum entertainer Chris Young at a VIP event from the Grammy-nominated singer’s sold-out headlining concert at FivePoint Amphitheatre in Irvine last night. The multi-award winning brand is teaming up with Young as its new global ambassador for a major national marketing campaign, launching this month, to further position its ultra-premium Tequila Comisario®.
After surprising fans at Spotify House at Ole Red during CMA Music Fest last month, powerhouse vocalists Chris Young and Lauren Alaina, have now released their collaboration, “Town Ain’t Big Enough,” to digital and streaming services! The breakup anthem is written by Chris Young with Cary Barlowe, Corey Crowder and Shay Mooney, who also contributes background vocals on the track. Listen now at: https://smarturl.it/TownAintBigEnough.
After launching his USAA sponsored “Raised On Country World Tour 2019” in May, multi-platinum entertainer Chris Young has already played to capacity crowds over the first 12 shows of his headlining tour. And the massive momentum continues as he announces another nineteen shows to round out his record-setting year. With over 25 dates for the first leg of shows going through September 14, Chris Young’s “Raised On Country World Tour 2019” will resume September 26 in Erie, PA through November 23, wrapping his 2
A newly renovated live entertainment venue on the Middle Tennessee State University campus will be named the Chris Young Café to honor the multiplatinum Nashville entertainer’s continued support of his alma mater.