I’ve seen Chris Young do a show, more than once. And I’ve talked about him a lot lately – because he’s one of my favorite artists. And it doesn’t surprise me that he has brought capacity crowds into his shows in Charlotte and Winston-Salem, N.C. Here’s what a press release had to say about these shows.
In between opening dates for Rascal Flatts’ Nothing Like This Tour, Chris Young recently entertained capacity crowds in North Carolina with headlining shows at Charlotte’s Coyote Joe’s and Winston-Salem’s Johnny & June’s Ultra Saloon.
More than 2,700 people packed Coyote Joe’s in Charlotte to catch the “Tomorrow” singer perform his string of recent #1 hits, including “Voices,” “The Man I Want To Be” and his GRAMMY® nominated tune, “Gettin’ You Home.”
“It’s been great watching Chris become one of the most popular country artists in Charlotte,” shares WSOC/Charlotte OM/PD DJ Stout. “His last three singles have been top testers at WSOC so it didn’t surprise me when he sold out Coyote Joe’s. He’s a great guy and a great artist who is on the verge of being a superstar.”
After performing to a capacity crowd at Winston-Salem’s Johnny & Junes Ultra Saloon, WPAW Assistant Program Director Clay JD Walker declares of Young, “You know an artist has ‘it’ when rabid fans hang outside a sold-out club in the cold to hear a muffled song through the club’s walls.”
“Tomorrow,” is the lead single from Young’s upcoming third album NEON, set to release this summer.
I love going to shows at smaller venue, but Chris, I think you’ve outgrown them.
I’m getting ready to head to Nashville to the CMIL concert tonight, benefitting City of Hope. When I get back – we’ll get something up about that. I hope all of you in the Nashville area will be to join me at the show.
Have a good Tuesday (and Wednesday). I’ll get back to you all when I get home!