Chris Young is an American country music singer and songwriter with a net worth of four million. Chris Young came into this world in Murfreesboro, Tennessee in June 1985. Young rose to popularity after winning the reality television viewing series Nashville Star in 2006. He then signed a record deal with RCA Records Nashville. His self titled debut studio album was launched in 2006 & reached #3 on the US Country chart as well as #22 on the Billboard 200 chart. His next studio album The Man I Should Be was launched in 2009 and was certified Gold in the US exactly where it reached #6 on the US Country as well as #19 on the Billboard 200 charts. Young's third album Neon was launched in 2011 and was certified Gold in the US exactly where it reached #2 on the US Country as well as #4 on the Billboard 200 charts. His fourth album A.M. was launched in 2013 & reached #2 on the US Country as well as #3 on the Billboard 200 charts. Young has had #1 singles on the US Country charts with the songs "Getting' You Home (The Black Dress Song)", "The Man I want to Be", "Tomorrow", "Voices", & "You". Young won a CMT Music Award in 2010 and 2 American Country Awards in 2011.
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