Young starts "comin' over"
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Young starts "comin' over"

Sunday, May 10, 2015 – Chris Young shipped his new song "I'm Comin' Over" to country radio today.

The new track, which Young co-wrote with Corey Crowder and Josh Hoge, is his 13th single to go to country radio and is the first song to be released off Young's new album that he has been recording through the winter in between tour dates both stateside and overseas.

The new album, Young's fifth for RCA Records Nashville, is being produced by both Young and Crowder and is due out this fall.

"'I'm Comin' Over' describes that feeling when you can't get someone off your mind, and you just have to be with them no matter the consequences," Young said. "It's my first new music in almost three years, and I'm really excited to share it with my fans."

Young, 29, has had six number one songs with four co-written by him.

Young is launching the Summer of "I'm Comin' Over" where Young's fans can visit ChrisYoungCountry.com to enter into the sweepstakes where one winner will receive roundtrip airfare for them and a guest plus hotel accommodations and tickets to a Young concert in select cities.

The first installment of the Summer of "I'm Comin' Over" will be the "I'm Comin' Over" to Vegas! Starting tomorrow, fans can enter the sweepstakes at ChrisYoungCountry.com/vegas to win tickets to Young's June 6th concert at the Mandalay Bay Beach, roundtrip airfare and a two night stay at the Mandalay Bay for the winner and a guest. Young will "come over" to the winners' room and deliver the tickets personally.


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