“Here Tonight” hitmaker amplifies back-to-back sold out dates at The Novo
With high demand in his hometown, multi-platinum selling artist Brett Young will add a third show to his Los Angeles run at The Novo on Monday, March 25th. It follows the sought-after star’s sold out dates at the venue March 23rd and 24th. The SoCal native’s “engaging and vocally strong” (Providence Journal) live show continues to draw in fans, boasting a slew of sell-outs. General on-sale is this Friday, February 8th at 10 am local time. Young’s current single, “Here Tonight” moves inside the Top 15 this week on the country charts, highlighting his “California-rooted smooth rock groove” (Nashville Lifestyles). Co-written alongside Ben Caver, Justin Ebach and Charles Kelley, “Here Tonight” is approaching 50 million streams in the US.
ACM New Male Vocalist of the Year Brett Young’s sophomore release Ticket To L.A. (BMLG Records) debuted atop the Billboard Country Albums chart and follows his platinum self-titled debut, which dominated the Top 20 on the Country Albums chart for 37 weeks. Delivering four consecutive No. 1 platinum-certified hits, Young was named ASCAP’s 2018 Country Songwriter-Artist of the Year for his “melodic craftsmanship” (Billboard). He has also garnered nominations from ACM, Billboard, Teen Choice, CMT and CMA Awards as he continues to rack up nonstop hits as “one of country music’s most reliable new hitmakers” (Tennessean). Young has amassed more than 1.4 billion streams of his catalog globally. Following his current headlining dates, Young is set to join Kelsea Ballerini on the Miss Me More Tour. He will also perform at multiple festivals throughout summer including stops at LakeShake in Chicago, IL on June 22nd and Faster Horses in Brooklyn, MI on July 19th.
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