Chris Young Celebrates Ten #1 Singles With An Exclusive Nashville Party

ACM Male Vocalist nominee Chris Young took the stage at Nashville’s Tin Roof Broadway for a special live performance of his ten No. 1 singles as he joined his music industry friends, including country icon Randy Travis, and family last night in celebrating the chart-topping success of “Losing Sleep.”

We have no idea if we ever get to stand with a microphone in front of people at a No. 1 party ever again.  I didn’t think I’d get to do my first one,” says Young.  “It really is one of those things where I went from playing at El Chico on Murfreesboro Road, and with everybody’s support…my family’s support…and a lot of luck, right now I’m standing up here talking about my tenth No. 1 and Randy Travis is sitting over there.”

Renamed “Ten” Roof just for the momentous occasion, the RCA Records Nashville artist performed each of his ten chart-toppers to cap off the party honoring Young (BMI), “Losing Sleep” co-writers Chris DeStefano (ASCAP) and Josh Hoge (SESAC) and co-producer Corey Crowder.  Sony Music Nashville EVP/COO, Ken Robold also surprised the singer with a Double Platinum plaque for his multi-week No. 1, “I’m Comin’ Over.”

Chris Young No. 1 Singles
“Getting’ You Home (The Black Dress Song)”*
“The Man I Want To Be”
“Who I Am With You”
“I’m Comin’ Over”*
“Think Of You” with Cassadee Pope*
“Sober Saturday Night” featuring Vince Gill*
“Losing Sleep”*
*co-written by Chris Young

Earlier in the evening, Young made an after-hours visit to the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum where he previewed the new exhibition ‘American Currents: The Music of 2017’, including memorabilia from Chris’s noteworthy year. Later this week he headlines the Houston Rodeo before resuming his sold-out “Chris Young “Losing Sleep 2018 World Tour,” with more than 40 arena and amphitheater dates on the books including his first hometown headlining show at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena.

For a complete list of tour dates and more information on Chris Young, visit his website and follow him on Facebook and Twitter.


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