Brett Young performed his new song "Not Yet" on the TODAY Show, and talked about his new album 'Weekends Look A Little Different These Days". Brett will be at the Youngstown Foundation Amphitheater with Ryan Hurd and Filmore on Thursday, September 23rd, click here for more details.
Brett Young performed his latest single 'Lady' on Monday (July 6) on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert for the shows "Play At Home" concert series!
Brett Young has released the second single from his sophomore album Ticket To L.A. called "Catch". You may have heard him perform it recently on CMT Crossroads with Boyz II Men. The song was co-written by Brett along with songwriters Ashley Gorley and Ross Copperman, and he says that the concept for the song was born out of another one they were writing together...
Think this could be another #1 single for Brett? Take a listen and let us know!
Brett Young has uploaded a video to his YouTube channel of an acoustic version of his song "Here Tonight", a duet with the songs co-writer Charles Kelley of Lady Antebellum! The stripped down version, which features only a guitar, piano, cello, and their voices, kicks off his Acoustic Sessions video series! The lead single from Brett's album Ticket To L.A. was a #1 single for them.
Give it a listen and let us know if you like how this sounds!
On this day in 2001, Brooks & Dunn's seventh studio album Steers & Stripes debuted at #1 on the Billboard Top Country Albums Chart! Funny how history repeats itself, although not surprising. The duo just released their Reboot album on April 5th, an album filled with their biggest hits, sung alongside some of country's hottest artists. The album has done very well right out of the gate, another #1 for them on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart, their first in a decade and seventh over all!
Steers & Stripes produced five singles, three of which were #1's, but it was the albums first single "Ain't Nothing 'Bout You" that was the biggest hit. The song spent six weeks at the top of the charts and was also the #1 song for the entire year of 2001. Of course, the song is featured on the Reboot album done as a duet with Brett Young!