Young sells "Tomorrow"
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Young sells "Tomorrow"

Thursday, February 24, 2011 – Chris Young becomes the only artist with 2 Top 10 singles this week on Billboard's Digital Country Songs chart, as his new single, Tomorrow, jumped onto the chart at number 8.

With first-week sales of more than 30,000 downloads according to Nielsen SoundScan, the single - at radio now - is a week out from its official airplay impact date.

The single follows Voices on the Digital Country Songs Top 10 with 29,000 downloads last week. Earlier this month, the hit became Young's third consecutive number one single on the country airplay charts, joining Gettin' You Home and The Man I Want to Be, all from Young's sophomore CD, "The Man I Want to Be."

Tomorrow, written by Young, Frank Myers and Anthony Smith, is the first single from Young's upcoming third album, "Neon," set to release this summer.

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