BRETT YOUNG DEBUTS NEW SINGLE "YOU DIDN'T" ON LIVE WITH KELLY & RYAN
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NASHVILLE, TN (October 12, 2021) – Multi-PLATINUM entertainer Brett Young appeared on LIVE with Kelly & Ryan this morning with a debut performance of his new single “You Didn’t.” Written by Young with Ashley Gorley, Jon Nite, Jimmy Robbins, the "soulful album closer" (Music Row), officially arrives to Country radio on November 15. Watch his segment live from The Bluebird Café here.
Young is also celebrating PLATINUM certification of his familial song "Lady," the No. 1 lead single from WEEKENDS LOOK A LITTLE DIFFERENT THESE DAYS (BMLG Records). Up next, the 7x chart-topper will deliver his first-ever Christmas album — BRETT YOUNG & FRIENDS SING THE CHRISTMAS CLASSICS — on October 22. Enlisting an all-star lineup of collaborators including Colbie Caillat, Sam Fischer, Dan Huff, Darius Rucker, Maddie & Tae, Chris Tomlin and Phil Wickham, the eight-song collection is available for pre-order here. Young will bring the album’s must-see duets to life on "CMT Crossroads Christmas: Brett Young & Friends.” More details will be announced in the coming weeks.
Young has captured the hearts of fans everywhere through his honest lyrics and West Coast-meets-Southern sound, aptly dubbed “Caliville” style. With an undeniable string of hits and two albums defined by a transcendent romantic spark, he has cemented his status as Country’s master over matters of the heart. The star broadened his emotional scope on WEEKENDS LOOK A LITTLE DIFFERENT THESE DAYS following his GOLD-certified sophomore effort TICKET TO L.A., which debuted atop the Billboard Country Albums chart. Young’s PLATINUM self-titled debut dominated the Top 20 on the Country Albums chart for 37 weeks and has contributed to 5.5 billion streams globally. He was named ASCAP’s 2018 Country Songwriter-Artist of the Year for his “melodic craftsmanship” (Billboard) and has also garnered nominations from ACM, Billboard, Teen Choice, CMT and CMA Awards. Racking seven consecutive No. 1 hits, Rolling Stone deemed Young “one of country’s most consistent radio stars.”