Chris Young cancels autograph session after late night kitchen incident

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Ouch! 

Chris Young has been forced to cancel his scheduled autograph signing session today at CMA Music Festival after cutting his hand during a late night cooking accident. 

Following a fantastic night celebrating with over 500 fans at his annual fan club party, Chris Young returned home where he cut his left hand while cooking a late dinner. He was taken immediately to a Nashville-area hospital where doctors assessed his injury. As a result, Young is forced to cancel his planned four-hour fan autograph session scheduled for today during CMA Music Festival.

Young is expected to make a full recovery and return to the stage tomorrow night for his planned appearance at LP Field to play for tens of thousands of fans at CMA Music Festival in Nashville.

Chris’ latest single, “Who I Am With You,” from his recently released album A.M., is climbing the country radio charts as Young hits the road with Dierks Bentley on the RISER TOUR. For all the latest information on Chris Young, visit http://chrisyoungcountry.com/ and follow him on Twitter @ChrisYoungMusic.

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