Cassadee Pope Surprises Republic Nashville Crowd with Chris Young Appearance (Watch!)


It’s CRS week in Nashville, Tennessee, which means the radio industry has taken over Music City. This also means that anything, and we mean anything, can happen at record label events, parties, and private gatherings.

Cassadee Pope proved the truth of this statement tonight at the Big Machine Republic Nashville party at The Palm. Following a brilliant four-song set by new artist Brett Young (accompanied by the great Dann Huff), Cassadee took the stage, dressed to kill, in front of family, friends, and her label.

Performing current single “I Am Invincible” and two singles off her debut album, Frame by Frame, including the platinum, Top 10 hit “Wasting All These Tears”, Cassadee reminded the people who are privileged to work with her and share in her experiences just how unstoppable she is. Before taking her final bow for the evening, Cassadee had one more order of business to attend to — introducing her duet partner and I’m Comin’ Over tour mate, Chris Young.

Entering an intimate room of rousing applause, Chris humbly and graciously took the stage, sharing his excitement that “Think of You” is rapidly climbing the charts and is well on its way to expected Number 1 success. The two then proceeded to top off the gathering with a stunning collaboration of the song that has everybody in country music thinking of Cassadee and Chris.

Watch Cassadee Pope and Chris Young perform “Think of You”:

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