Winner of Nashville Star lends his smooth baritone to hits including “Drinkin’ Me Lonely,” “Gettin’ You Home,” and “I’m Comin’ Over
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When Chris Young launched his career: after winning season four of Nashville Star in 2006
What happened next: he proved his staying power when his debut album, Chris Young, birthed two singles that landed on the Billboard Country Songs chart (“Drinkin’ Me Lonely” and “You’re Gonna Love Me”)
What that led to: his massive hit “Voices”; 2009’s The Man I Want to Be, which features a duet with Willie Nelson; a CMT Music Award and multiple nominations, including a Grammy nod for “Gettin’ You Home” and two ACA nom for “The Man I Want to Be” video
His common themes: drinking (“Save Water, Drink Beer,” “Nothin’ But the Cooler Left”), women (“Gettin’ You Home,” “She’s Got This Thing About Her”), and sometimes both (“Drinkin’ Me Lonely”)
His latest: a forthcoming studio album—his fifth—which includes the heartfelt hit “I’m Comin’ Over”
Cassadee Pope: with coach Blake Shelton’s Midas touch, she became the first female winner of The Voice before surmounting the Top Country Albums chart with her debut, Frame by Frame, which featured the saltwater-conservation hit “Wasting All These Tears.”