In between opening dates for Rascal Flatts’ Nothing Like ThisTour, Chris Young recently entertained capacity crowds in North Carolina with headlining shows at Charlotte’s Coyote Joe’s and Winston-Salem’s Johnny & June’s Ultra Saloon.
More than 2,700 people packed Coyote Joe’s in Charlotte to catch the “Tomorrow” singer perform his string of recent #1 hits, including “Voices,” “The Man I Want To Be” and his GRAMMY® nominated tune, “Gettin’ You Home.”
“It’s been great watching Chris become one of the most popular country artists in Charlotte,” shares WSOC/Charlotte OM/PD DJ Stout. “His last three singles have been top testers at WSOC so it didn’t surprise me when he sold out Coyote Joe’s. He’s a great guy and a great artist who is on the verge of being a superstar.”
After performing to a capacity crowd at Winston-Salem’s Johnny & Junes Ultra Saloon, WPAW Assistant Program Director Clay JD Walker declares of Young, “You know an artist has ‘it’ when rabid fans hang outside a sold-out club in the cold to hear a muffled song through the club’s walls.
“Tomorrow,” is the lead single from Young’s upcoming third album NEON, set to release this summer.