Nashville, TN – GRAMMY®-nominated RCA Nashville singer/songwriter Chris Young becomes the only artist with two Top 10 singles this week on Billboard’s Digital Country Songs chart, as his new single, “Tomorrow,” explodes onto the chart at #8. With first-week sales in excess of 30,000 downloads according to Nielsen SoundScan, the debut is all the more impressive since the single – at radio now – is still a full week out from its official airplay impact date.
“Tomorrow” joins Young’s recent smash, “Voices,” on the Digital Country Songs Top 10, where “Voices” continues to be a hot seller, with Nielsen SoundScan reporting 29,000 downloads last week. Earlier this month, “Voices” became Young’s third consecutive #1 single on the country airplay charts, joining “Gettin’ You Home” and “The Man I Want to Be,” all from Young’s acclaimed sophomore collection, The Man I Want to Be.
Already set to begin spinning on more than 50 country stations next Monday, “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.
ABOUT CHRIS YOUNG: Recently nominated for his first GRAMMY Award for Best Male Country Vocal Performance with his hit, “Gettin’ You Home,” Young is currently on the road for the second leg of Rascal Flatts’ Nothing Like This Tour. A new album is expected from Young this summer. For tour dates and all the latest information on Chris Young, visit www.chrisyoungcountry.com and follow him on Twitter @ChrisYoungMusic.