Middle Tennessee native and international country music ambassador, Chris Young, is looking forward to coming home on September 30 to headline Nashville’s most exciting new venue, Ascend Amphitheater. A special stop on the “I’m Comin’ Over” World Tour 2015, the hometown show takes place just days after he returns from a sold-out, two-week run of dates in Europe and the UK.

Joining Young at Ascend Amphitheater are Sony Music Nashville labelmates Jerrod Niemann and Cam. Tickets for Chris Young’s September 30th show at Ascend Amphitheater go on-sale at 10am central this Friday, August 28th, and can be purchased at Ticketmaster and
Closing in on five million views for his steamy new music video, “I’m Comin’ Over,” Chris Young, one of country music’s “strongest, most distinctive voices,” (Billboard) will release his fifth studio album this Fall after kicking off his “I’m Comin Over” Tour October 22 in Savannah, GA with openers Eric Paslay and Clare Dunn.
ABOUT CHRIS YOUNG: At the age of 30, Chris Young has accomplished more than some artists do in a lifetime. Already a Grammy-nominated vocalist, he’s also a dynamic live performer who plays a powerhouse show packed with hits, including chart toppers “Gettin’ You Home,” “Voices,” “Tomorrow,” and  “Who I Am With You.” With four albums to his credit, Young has amassed six #1 singles, seven Gold/Platinum certifications and performed for audiences ranging from Good Morning America to Australia and Dublin to The Late Show with David Letterman. The RCA Records artist is an international ambassador for his genre, a talented songwriter, and a southern gentleman who is frequently declared one of country music’s sexiest men by People and Country Weekly magazines.  With the release of his most recent record, “I’m Comin’ Over” the title track to his highly anticipated fifth studio album due later this year, Young is just as well known for his classic baritone as he is for melt-your-heart ballads and is winning audiences across the globe. Join the conversation with Chris Young’s more than 2.5 million followers on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter and get tickets to catch him on tour at
ABOUT JERROD NIEMANN: Sea Gayle Records/Arista Nashville hitmaker Jerrod Niemann is celebrating the success of  his newest single, “Blue Bandana,” an ode to the nation’s music festivals, and the first single from his upcoming album, produced by Niemann with Jimmie Lee Sloas. “Blue Bandana” follows his RIAA Gold-certified multi-week No. 1 smash, “Drink to That All Night,” from his High Noon album. Niemann co-wrote eight of the 13 tracks on High Noon, the follow-up to his acclaimed, musically adventurous 2012 release, Free the Music.  Niemann’s chart-topping major-label debut, 2010’s Judge Jerrod & The Hung Jury, produced the No. 1 smash and RIAA-certified Platinum digital single, “Lover, Lover,” and the Top 5 and RIAA-certified Gold digital single, “What Do You Want.” His sophomore release, Free The Music, hit shelves last year and featured the Top 15 single “Shinin’ On Me” and the poignant ballad “Only God Could Love You More.” Niemann has quickly become a fan and industry favorite, earning award nominations from the ACM, CMA, CMT and the American Country Awards, while headlining his own shows and touring with such artists as Dierks Bentley, Brad Paisley and Keith Urban. For a full list of tour dates and more information on Jerrod Niemann, visit

ABOUT CAM: Cam is a California-born singer-songwriter who released her Arista Nashville/RCA Records debut EP Welcome to Cam Country on March 31st and since has received multiple new artist to watch in 2015 accolades. Her single, “Burning House,” has already reached #22 on country airplay charts after only 7 weeks, amassed nearly 8 million streams on Spotify and is selling over 30,000 downloads a week. Currently Top 10 on the Billboard Country Digital Songs chart and the #1 most-Shazamed country song, Cam’s hit is the highest-charting single by a solo female for four consecutive weeks. Out of the box, “Burning House” was the #1 most-added song at Mediabase in its official airplay impact week and achieved the best impact-week showing from a female artist’s debut project since Carrie Underwood’s “Wasted” in early 2007!  This powerful, vulnerable song was co-written by Cam, has drawn favorable critical attention from gossip king Perez Hilton, SPIN, and Rolling Stone Country, while The New York Times calls “Burning House” “beautiful…echoing the 2003 Brad Paisley-Alison Krauss duet ‘Whiskey Lullaby.’” On the heels of her chart-climbing hit, Cam will be opening for multi-Platinum headliners Lady Antebellum, Little Big Town and Darius Rucker, among others in the coming months. Her performances in the past year included the opening slot on Dan + Shay’s national tour, Stagecoach, SXSW, ACM Lifting Lives Party for A Cause, CMA Music Festival, the Grand Ole Opry (debut May 29th and two times since) and a tour in Scandinavia (her second). Earlier this year, Cam was among the new talents selected for CMT’s Next Women of Country.

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