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Chris Young busy even in December

It’s a Hot December for Chris Young with New Single and Video,
“The Man I Want to Be”

Stars for Stripes Special Premieres Tomorrow

Nashville, TN – RCA Nashville chart-topper Chris Young is on the radio now with his latest single and album title track, “The Man I Want to Be,” and he’s warming up a cold month with a busy road schedule, TV, and a new video, all hot on the heels of his recent #1 smash, “Gettin’ You Home.”

New on the charts, “The Man I Want to Be” is already wowing the critics, with Billboard cheering “a remarkably seasoned performance by a young talent who has the vocal chops and sensibility to follow in the footsteps of his hero, Keith Whitley,” while Music Row declares, “He wraps his pipes around the ballad with an enormous warmth and tenderness … this is a star-making performance.”

“The Man I Want to Be,” as well as “Gettin’ You Home,” are just two of the songs featured on Young’s sophomore album, The Man I Want to Be.

Written by noted songwriters Brett James and Tim Nichols, “The Man I Want to Be,” with its tale of hope and redemption, comes to life on the small screen in a poignant new music video currently airing in Turbo rotation on GAC and debuting in Heavy rotation on CMT and CMT Pure on Monday. The video is also online now at CMT.com.

In addition, fans can be watching for Chris tomorrow night as GAC premieres the new special, Stars for Stripes: Wounded Warriors Return. Hosted by GAC’s Nan Kelley, the one-hour broadcast documents an overseas trip earlier this year that found Kelley, Young, and fellow country star Craig Morgan, together with wounded warriors Sergeant First Class Joseph Bowser (U.S. Army, retired) and Staff Sergeant Scott Lilley (USAF), as they toured and visited with servicemen and women at bases and hospitals in Kuwait, Iraq, and Germany. The special premieres December 10, at 9:30 PM ET, on GAC.

Young is also maintaining a busy tour schedule in December, including a Grand Ole Opry performance on December 15, followed by an autograph signing at the Opry Originals location in downtown Nashville, and he’ll be celebrating 2010 headlining a New Year’s Eve concert at Cowboys in Dallas, TX.

For complete tour dates and much more, visit Chris online at chrisyoungcountry.com.

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