Chris Young Lubbock Tickets
2017 was a very fruitful year for music artist Chris Young. He was inducted into the prestigious Grand Ole Opry and his album Losing Sleep received a tremendous response. 2018 also seems to be going really well for the country singer and songwriter. His Losing Sleep World Tour is selling out arenas everywhere. You would be delighted to know that the musician’s next stop is the United Supermarkets Arena in your city. To enjoy his new songs live, grab your Chris Young Lubbock tickets before they are all gone.
Chris Young’s seventh and latest studio album titled Losing Sleep hit the music stores via RCA Records Nashville in October of 2017. It debuted at number five on the US Billboard 200 and hit the top most spot on the Top Country Albums chart. Just in its second week of release, the album sold a staggering over 7,000 copies. By June, 2018, it had sold over 100,000 copies in the US alone.
Losing Sleep consists of ten songs in total. The lead song which is also the title track is one of the most popular numbers on the collection. The singer has described it as the ‘most pop-leaning’ song he has ever done. Young has written all the songs on this album. On several songs, he has worked in collaboration with producer Corey Crowder.
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The 33-year old country music artist has 17 RIAA Gold, Platinum and multi-Platinum certifications to his credit. He also received a nomination at the 2018 ACM Awards for the Best Vocalist of the Year.
Young’s Losing Sleep 2018 tour is receiving an overwhelming response by fans in various cities. He has been adding more dates to his tour with different artists as special guests. For the show in your city, Young will be joined by Kane Brown as well as Morgan Evans. So it is expected to be one thrilling music event. You can be a part of it if you purchase your Chris Young Lubbock tickets in time.
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