This has been quite a year for Brett Young. Brett has be touring, making music, new marriage with showing no slowing down in site. Brett Young recently had the honor to perform during the 2018 52nd Annual Country Music Awards where he put on a stunting crowd wowing performance of his song "Mercy". Young is getting ready for the release of "Brett Young: Tickets To L.A." which set to drop December 7th. One of Young's new singles for his new album "Here Tonight" is already is moving up the Billboard Country Airplay Charts.
Brett Young's "CMT On Tour Presents Brett Young Here's Tonight Tour" stopped at the Cleveland's Hard Rock Rocksino (Nov. 17th) and Steve Wazz from WGAR LeeAnn and Wazz Morning Show sat down with Brett Young to talk about his new album, touring and little football. Starting with talking about his new album "Brett Young: Tickets To L.A.", Brett talks about how his sophomore studio album is different from his freshmen debut self title album "Brett Young" "Everything you do as an artist songwriter kind of reflects were your are in your life. Just got married, you know the engagement was earlier in the year so a lot of the song writing was geared to being in a much different place in my life. Aside from the content itself I think its also going to be like the feel the vibe its going to be preppier and kinda more upbeat."
With 2018 almost to a close, Brett Young 2019 schedule is already starting to take flight. Young is set to go on a 14 date tour with Kelsea Ballerini on her "Miss Me More" Tour starting in the spring of April. It looks like there's now slowing down for Brett Young!
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