Can you give us an idea as to when your next CD will be available for your fans to purchase? Where can people purchase your current CD? Chris Young:
My next CD will hopefully be released during Fan Fair this year (we’re hoping to have the CD release at the Fan Club Party, June 10th). You can buy “A Little At A Time” at my website, www.ChrisYoungCountry.com, Tower Records on West End in Nashville, and at any of my live shows, but you had better hurry if you want a copy. We have less than 100 left, and we don’t intend to press another run, so when they are gone this time, they are gone. Jan:
How can people hear your music? Where can they see you perform? Chris Young:
I’ve been traveling across the country performing at Borders stores nationwide. The CD is always available at the live shows, and if you have a Borders® location in your town, let us know; we’ll try to make it there. Jan:
Can you tell us if you’re going to be around for the CMA Festival this year? If, so are you going to have an artist booth or fan club party? Chris Young:
I’ll be exhibiting again this year, and right now, my booth should be No. 620. I’ll be in the booth every single day and want to meet as many of you as possible. I’ll also be doing an acoustic set in the Exhibit Hall on Friday at noon.
My Fan Club party is open to the public at Two Doors Down on Demonbreun Street in Nashville, June 10th – 6-8 p.m. I’ll be doing a songwriters round with some friends at The French Quarter, Friday night, June 11th at 7:00. That show is also free and open to the public. Jan:
Speaking of fans, you have an awesome following and ever-growing list of fans and enthusiasts, myself included. Can you answer some personal questions for them?
What’s your favorite color? Chris Young:
What’s your most embarrassing moment? Chris Young:
When I was 12, was singing Rocky Top at a dinner honoring Phil Fulmer (Coach of the UT Vols) and forgot the words!
What’s your funniest moment or situation? Chris Young:
When I told the host on the TV Show Destination Stardom that I was from Music City USA, and they had to stop rehearsal to explain to her that Music City is Nashville. We were in Hawaii, and I thought everyone knew Nashville is referred to as “Music City.” I was 14. Read More of the Interview