It looks like the label might very well have another winner on their hands with Brett Young. While Young has only released one album in his career thus far, all early signs point to him being an artist to keep an eye on in the coming years. Sometimes, addiction can take on a different form than alcohol abuse or substance abuse. The California native turned in a winning performance from his self-titled debut album with this song about a couple who both know they need to go in different directions, but the attraction is too much. On the road this year with Lady Antebellum and Kelsea Ballerini , this song should cause many of his growing fan base to clap and sing along. The melody and the lyrics are light-hearted, and Young infuses the performance with a great deal of personality. Definitely not Young, who will try for his third straight radio hit with this wistful performance. You try to give someone the space to live their own life, but sometimes the missing of that person is too strong. Young collaborated with Ben Caver on this brilliantly written play on words about a man who is longing to get to know the object of his affections a little closer.
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That debut album went gold, "Sleep Without You" went platinum and "In Case You Didn't Know" went platinum twice over — and Young shows no signs of slowing his trajectory. Taste of Country has narrowed down the country singer's six most emotional songs. While it was difficult to do, as each is so unique with heartfelt lyrics and his striking singing style, here are six songs we think will survive the test of time. Young hit the ground running with the infectious "Sleep Without You," his debut single.
"Ticket to L.A."
He released his second major label album Ticket to L. Young was born in Anaheim , Orange County. Young was a pitcher on his high school baseball team and led the squad to a CIF championship. He then lettered for one season at Irvine Valley before moving to Fresno.