PLATINUM-selling singer/songwriter Brett Young spoke to NPR’s Jacob Hobson for a “Here & Now” segment today, chatting about his musical path that began in Southern California as a pastor’s child. As a teenager, Young followed his passion and talent for baseball, landing a college scholarship until a pitching injury sidelined him. A blessing in disguise, Young shared how this ultimately led to his now meteoric rise as a Country singer/songwriter with two No. 1 hits with “Sleep Without You” and “In Case You Didn’t Know” and over 3 million in sales. Known for his emotive songwriting, Young also performed the song “Mercy” on “Here & Now” from his self-titled LP released earlier this year.
Young’s debut album continues its hold in the Top 10 on the iTunes Country Chart since releasing in February 2017. His third single, “Like I Loved You” was recently introduced to Country radio and is quickly making its way up the Mediabase and Billboard Airplay charts. The video launched on VEVO Monday (7/31) and has since amassed upwards of 400,000 views in the past 48 hours.
In addition to his own headline dates, Young is on the road with Lady Antebellum’s YOU LOOK GOOD WORLD TOUR throughout the end of summer. For additional information and tour dates, visit BrettYoungMusic.com.