Young sells out, while "Hangin' On"
Monday, February 26, 2018
– Chris Young concluded the first leg of his tour this weekend with 18 consecutive arena sellouts. Young also has released a new single, "Hangin' On," from his disc "Losin' Sleep."
The "Chris Young Losing Sleep 2018 World Tour" stopped in Green Bay, Minneapolis and Grand Rapids, Mich.
The tour resumes April 5 in Hidalgo, Texas with special guests Kane Brown and Morgan Evans. Young announced last week that nine more shows have been added, including his first-ever hometown headlining appearance at Bridgestone Arena in Nashville on Sept. 22.
"Hangin' On" was released as the second single from his "Losing Sleep" and the follow up to Young's 10th number 1, the title track.. Written by Young along with Corey Crowder and Josh Hoge, the
music video for Young's "Hangin' On" debuted today.
The video was filmed at the Wyndham Grand Clearwater Beach located at Clearwater Beach, Fla, as part of a promotional partnership with Visit St. Pete Clearwater Beach where 50 fans of Young had the opportunity to be part of the music video along with getting to meet Young, watch a private acoustic concert by him in addition to two nights of accommodations at the Wyndham Grand Clearwater Beach, Fla.
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