Chris Young schedules appearance on Good Morning America

Chris young a.m.
Press release:
The clock is ticking down until the September 17 release of Chris Young’s highly
anticipated fourth album, A.M., and the 28-years young RCA Records
singer-songwriter is gearing up for a stacked week of media appearances and
concert dates.

Chris will have to set an early-morning alarm when he
makes a return appearance to television’s #1 rated national morning show,
Good Morning America (ABC), on September 18. While there he’ll perform
his current single “Aw Naw,” currently at #12 on Mediabase and #13 on the
Billboard Country singles chart. During his stop in New York City, Young is also
planning visits to Access Hollywood, Billboard, Fox
411
, People and US Weekly in support of his new record,
A.M.. He’ll round out the week with a run of shows in the northeast
including Big Flats, NY (9/20), Sayreville, NJ (9/21) and Webster, MA
(9/22). 

Chris Young’s A.M. is already receiving early acclaim
from the country’s toughest critics:  

"A.M. helps
fulfill the promise established not all that many years ago, when Young’s career
was just beginning to dawn." – American
Songwriter

“Young possesses one of the strongest, most
distinctive voices among country’s current crop and puts it to good use on this
sturdy set of tunes.” – Billboard

A.M. will keep the
lovelorn fans swooning while giving the rowdier set plenty of reasons to whoop
it up.” – Cowboys
& Indians

“One of country music’s most reliable hitmakers” –
USA
Today

Chris
wrote six of the 11 songs on the new album A.M., including the current
single, “Aw Naw.” Preview the new record at Amazon and pre-order your copy of A.M. at iTunes,
Amazon,
and Walmart.

For
all the latest information on Chris Young, visit http://chrisyoungcountry.com/
and follow him on Twitter @ChrisYoungMusic.

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