Lifelong Dodgers’ fan and ACM Awards-nominated entertainer Brett Young will sing the national anthem at the opening day game on April 3 in downtown Los Angeles. Marking his second performance at the legendary Dodgers Stadium, he will help kick-off the live broadcast on ESPN at 4:00PM ET/1:00PM PT just before the first pitch is thrown.
Brett jets into Los Angeles following Sunday night’s 52nd Annual Academy of Country Music Awards in Las Vegas, where the chart-topping singer/songwriter received his first nomination for New Male Vocalist of the Year. With his career continuing the upswing, Brett’s Gold-certified “Sleep Without You” hit the top spot on the radio airplay charts.
His current single “In Case You Didn’t Know” is No. 3 on both the iTunes Top Country Songs and Billboard Hot Country Songs charts. It has been one of the 10 Most Shazamed Country songs for the past nine consecutive weeks and the accompanying video has been No. 1 on the Vevo Country chart for the past six consecutive weeks. Watch here. Fan demand has driven engagement on Sirius/XM where his first two singles already hit No. 1 on The Highway and have begun playing “Mercy,” a third song from his debut self-titled album on BMLG Records.
In addition to his own headline dates, Brett is currently on the road opening for Justin Moore and Lee Brice on their AMERICAN MADE TOUR. Also following his run with Luke Bryan, Brett will soon join Lady Antebellum’s YOU LOOK GOOD WORLD TOUR. For more information and tour dates, visit BrettYoungMusic.com.