Seriously people…who can blame me for asking country music hunk Chris Young the question pretty much all women — want to know! ” The adorable and very eligible bachelor is open to love, but Chris won’t settle.And, let’s be real—with those dimples and deep voice— he certainly doesn’t have to!So, ladies if you want to get the attention of the country bachelor – listen up. “Somebody that has vision for what they want to do in their professional life.He wants a hard working, independent, ambitious woman who’s goal orientated and is chasing her dreams. It’s such a big part of who I am,” Chris told Yee Haw Junction in a recent interview.There’s a really big piano ballad that’s one of my favorite things that I got to sing on the record."I think there’s just a lot of different grooves that’s really the basis of each one of these songs, and why we picked everything that we picked for this project. "I don’t know if everything sounds exactly like "Losing Sleep," but we liked that it was a little bit different.That’s why we picked it as the first single."Young admits he has a wide variety of influences, including Marty Robbins, Keith Whitley, Brad Paisley and Tracy Lawrence, along with artists from other genres.Tickets and VIP packages can be purchased at Chris Young , the "Viva La Vida" singer will appear on an episode of the Emmy-winning sitcom's ninth season, titled "Brushes With Celebrity." The episode will air on November 29, and will feature Ty Burrell's Phil Dunphy attempting to sell a house to the rockstar.
The artist sat down with Producer Amber from Taste of Country Nights recently and shared the most romantic thing he’s ever done, and though he may not be boastful about it, he’s no slouch.
The singer has been dating his girlfriend for six years now, but years ago, on their first dating anniversary, Young didn’t have a lot of money to work with when it came to getting her something special.“I wanted to do something like an anniversary thing every year, but the first year, I had no money.
I was playing bars in southern California,” he recalls.
They’re really snapshots in time of where you are at the moment, as a vocalist, as a songwriter, as a producer, and, kind of, what you’re feeling, what you need to say.
So I think each one of them can kind of stand on the own."Do you always look at how successful the last one was, and hope you can top it?