Chris Young has a new album out Friday. It’s his fifth studio album and all the early signs are pointing to it being the best of his career. The record’s title track “I’m Comin’ Over” is quickly climbing the charts, his duet with Cassadee Pope is nothing less than addicting, and his collaboration with Vince Gill creates a powerful combination of distinct vocal styles.
Plenty of artists got in on the Halloween spirit this weekend. Whether they were performing or hanging out here are some of our favorite costumes.
Chris Young and Lee Brice announced their co-headlining tour last week and it kicks off this weekend in the Northeast. They take the stage in Syracuse tonight and then head to Foxwoods in Connecticut for the second night of the tour. Tickets for the show are still available, so it’s definitely a show you won’t want to miss.
It’s a big weekend for country music in the Northeast. Garth Brooks brings the “Garth Brooks Experience” to the TD Garden for an unprecedented six shows in four days. He’ll play two shows a night on Friday and Saturday and when it’s all said and done he’ll have performed for over 75,000 people. But it’s not just Garth who’s in the region this weekend. Alan Jackson brings his Keepin’ It Country Tour to the MassMutual Center in Springfield, MA on Friday night before heading up to Portland, ME on Saturday night. He has Jon Pardi and the Grammy nominated Brandy Clark along with him for both shows. If classic country isn’t your thing Friday night you can head on down to the MGM Grand Theater at Foxwoods and check out Chris Young and Lee Brice with special guests Brothers Osborne. Limited tickets are still available for all shows.
Note: Trisha Yearwood is also on the bill for all six Garth Brooks shows.
If you were to have bought Chris Young’s third album when it was released in 2013, then you might have already known about the masterpiece that is Lonely Eyes. For those of you who didn’t, well then you have been missing out for the better part of a year and a half. Lonely Eyes is one of the best, if not the best, song on the album, which is impressive considering hits like “Aw Naw” and “Who I Am With You” were also included on the record.