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Chris Young’s Annual Fan Club Party has been set for Thursday, June 5th in Nashville, Tennessee, just days before he celebrates his 29th birthday. Tickets for the exclusive event, including a VIP option for preferred seating, will go on sale at 7:00PM central TODAY, March 24th to current and new fan club members. Click HERE to join Chris Young’s fan club and buy tickets to this year’s party. The celebration, now in its 13th year, hits the water in 2014, as partygoers will be cruising on the General Jackson.
The boat will be rockin’ as every fan on board experiences the high-energy full band show and a personal meet and greet with Chris. Tickets also include reserved seat, dinner buffet, and a gift. As an added treat, students from the Nashville School of the Arts are providing entertainment during the cruise and will be featured as the opening act.
The Chris Young Fan Club, which has supported organizations such as St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, Susan G. Komen, and Stars for Stripes over the years, will continue its philanthropic mission by pledging to raise $30,000 this year for the Nashville School of the Arts. The money raised will help update and upgrade the school auditorium. The school is the only arts magnet high school within Metro Nashville Public Schools, offering its students the “rare combination of rigorous, college preparatory curriculum instructed with intensely focused instruction in the performing or visual arts.”
Chris’ new single, “Who I Am With You,” from his recently released album A.M., is making an immediate impact at country radio and with critics. Music Row Magazine said, “This guy is arguably our finest young Country vocalist. This powerful love song gives him plenty of room to emote. I remain an enormous fan. Play this now.” After returning from a series of shows in England, Ireland, Norway and Sweden and wrapping up Brad Paisley’s BEAT THIS WINTER TOUR, Chris will join George Strait on select dates in April before hitting the road with Dierks Bentley on the RISER TOUR beginning in May.
Check out Chris Young‘s new music video for “Who I Am With You.”
“From the first time I heard this song I knew I had to have it for my record and I fell completely in love with it. It’s a song that speaks to being totally in love with someone and the feelings you get from a connection like that. The feeling that just being around that person is all you need.”
What do you think of the video?
The T.J. Martell Foundation hosted its sixth annual Nashville Honors Gala tonight at the Omni Nashville Hotel. The evening was emceed by Charles “Chip” Esten and honored five prominent Nashville leaders. The event raised more than $500,000 toward innovative medical research focused on finding cures for leukemia, cancer and AIDS. The T.J. Martell Honors Gala is one of Nashville’s most high profile annual fundraisers, which brings together celebrities with business, medical, sports and entertainment industry leaders to raise awareness for innovative cancer research.
“This affair is one of Nashville’s most anticipated annual fundraisers and honors some truly notable and deserving community leaders,” said Tinti Moffat, T.J. Martell Foundation’s director of strategic development. “We challenged ourselves this year to raise the bar and were so pleased at the outcome. We couldn’t be more appreciative of the support from the music, the business and the medical communities.”
The evening began at 5:30 p.m. with a cocktail reception and premiere silent auction, with festivities continuing at 7 p.m. with dinner, the awards presentation, musical performances and a live auction. The evening’s star-studded lineup included celebrity performances by Blue Sky Riders (a trio comprised of Gary Burr, Kenny Loggins and Georgia Middleman), Sheryl Crow with Charlie Worsham, Tim McGraw, Jake Owen and Darius Rucker. Gala guests included additional notables such as Luke Bryan, Big and Rich and Chris Young.
For more information about the T.J. Martell Foundation, visit www.tjmartell.org.
Photos Courtesy of the T.J. Martell Foundation
After making his inaugural trip to the UK and Ireland in early 2013 for the CMA Songwriter’s Series with Kristian Bush, Brett James, and Bob DiPiero, RCA Records Nashville artist Chris Young is packing his bags for another hop across the pond in March to perform back-to-back dates at the C2C Festival. On March 15 he’ll take the stage in Dublin, Ireland then travel to London, England on March 16 for the closing date of the festival. The 28-year old will then join Braid Paisley as the “Beat This Winter” tour hits international turf for shows in Stavanger Norway (3/19), Oslo, Norway (3/22), Gotteborg, Sweden (3/23) and Stockholm, Sweden (3/25) before heading home at the end of the month.
“Last year we had some lost luggage issues to start off the trip, so I’m really hoping my bags make it with me this time,” jokes Young. “I’m really excited to be returning to Europe! It’s so great to see so many fans in other countries and always cool to see them singing along with my songs, even if it hasn’t been a single.”
Chris’ new single, “Who I Am With You,” from his recently released album A.M., is making an immediate impact at country radio and with critics. After wrapping up Brad Paisley’s BEAT THIS WINTER TOUR, Chris will join George Strait on select dates in April before hitting the road with Dierks Bentley on the RISER TOUR beginning in May. For all the latest information on Chris Young, visit http://chrisyoungcountry.com/